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New FDI policy may begin a big food fight between Amazon and Walmart

June 21, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on New FDI policy may begin a big food fight between Amazon and Walmart | FOOD SERVICE

Amazon and Walmart, American super sellers, may start an Indian version of their US battle in the wake of the new FDI policy. With the Centre allowing ecommerce in food products (provided they are sourced/processed here) Amazon and Walmart are both keen to explore the business, and if they both open online stores, intense competition is certain…READ MORE

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India in top 5 markets for ‘Dirt is Good’ campaign: Unilever

June 21, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on India in top 5 markets for ‘Dirt is Good’ campaign: Unilever | FOOD & GROCERY

Global SVP – Global Marketing, at Unilever, Aline Santos, has spent over two decades at the company. She’s the chief architect of Unilever’s ‘Dirt is Good’ portfolio comprising brands like OMO, Breeze, Surf Excel; Dove’s ‘Beauty Theory’, and a self-confessed Indophile. Shephali Bhatt caught up with her in a candid chat about the business at Cannes Lions 2016…READ MORE

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Despite losses, why India is Metro Cash & Carry’s key market

June 21, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on Despite losses, why India is Metro Cash & Carry’s key market | FOOD & GROCERY

German wholesale retailer Metro Cash & Carry is almost more than a decade old in India now, but continues to post losses. In FY15, it reported a net loss of `110.72 crore, compared to a loss of `142.14 crore a year ago…READ MORE

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No magic button for Maggi growth: Suresh Narayanan, Nestle India

June 21, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on No magic button for Maggi growth: Suresh Narayanan, Nestle India | FOOD & GROCERY

Nestle is doubling the number of Maggi variants to 12 as it looks to regain the market share of the popular snack brand, says Narayanan…READ MORE

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India sells cheapest, most accessible coke: Coca Cola COO James Quincey

June 20, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on India sells cheapest, most accessible coke: Coca Cola COO James Quincey | FOOD & GROCERY

Coca Cola will accelerate re-franchising, selling of its bottling businesses globally, by 2017-end, the beverage giant’s global president James Quincey said in a Deutsche Bank Global Consumer conference call on Thursday night. “We are going to go from being about 18% of the global bottling volume to about 3% concentrated largely in the Asian countries and in India,” he said…READ MORE

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How food prices have swung and impacted budgets

June 20, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on How food prices have swung and impacted budgets | FOOD & GROCERY

Here’s a look at how food prices have swung and impacted our budgets from 2014 till May this year…READ MORE

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Blending a better beverage

June 17, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on Blending a better beverage | FOOD SERVICE

For a concept centered on blended beverages, keeping noise in check is as much a consideration as functionality when choosing equipment. “If you have four or five [standard] blenders going, you can’t hear the person taking your order. It’s really loud,” says Davis Jaeger, food scientist and product development manager of Smoothie King…READ MORE

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Food turns into compelling biz, but will investors get their money’s worth?

June 17, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on Food turns into compelling biz, but will investors get their money’s worth? | FOOD SERVICE

When I lived in Mumbai in the ‘90s, the food scene was hardly a scene. Restaurants were scarce and non-Indian food was found mostly in hotels. My local joint trumpeted an ‘international menu’ but everything came with a desi twist…READ MORE

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Uber launches meal delivery service London

June 17, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on Uber launches meal delivery service London | FOOD SERVICE

Ride-hailing company Uber launched its meal delivery service app UberEATS in London on Thursday, the second European city where users will be able to order food to their home, entering a burgeoning British market…READ MORE

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Remember Ultra Doux shampoo? L’Oreal’s bringing it back as Ultra Blends

June 17, 2016 |by Indiaretailing Bureau | Comments Off on Remember Ultra Doux shampoo? L’Oreal’s bringing it back as Ultra Blends | FOOD & GROCERY

L’Oreal India Pvt. Ltd has reintroduced its popular Ultra Doux natural shampoo from the 1990s as Garnier Ultra Blends as part of a worldwide relaunch, as the maker of Garnier and Maybelline brands bets on the rising interest in natural and organic haircare….READ MORE

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