Arvind Varchaswi

The changing landscape of food retailing in India

A joint report by National Restaurants Association of India and Technopak Advisors state that the foodservice market in India is projected to touch Rs 4.98 trillion by 2021. These are no small numbers as in 2016, the market was...

Indian gourmet must reach out worldwide to create and cater global demand

Food retailers must take Indian gourmet to the world to help achieve quality and scale in addressing the demand of Indian retail market, according to a cross section of retail stalwarts at the 11th edition of Indian Food Forum...

Sri Sri Tattva strengthens online presence, ties up with BigBasket at India Food Forum 2018

Sri Sri Tattva, one of India’s leading health and wellness FMCG firm, is set to announce a comprehensive strategic partnership with BigBasket.com at India Food Forum 2018. This will further enable their products to reach customers across India with unprecedented precision and effectiveness through the...

British F&B brands to explore alliance avenues at India Food Forum 2018

UK's top F&B brands would be participating in the 11th edition of India Food Forum 2018 to explore alliance avenues with prospective Indian partners offering opportunities to sign powerful deals across India. These UK brands would take part in B2B...

Food for tomorrow: The growth areas for brands

Health and wellness foods are the emerging trends in Indian food sector. The phenomenal growth achieved by Patanjali and Sri Sri Products is a testimony to this. However, much more needs to be done to expand this market through...

Sri Sri Ayurveda to introduce spices, organic staples; expand global presence

Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living Foundation's FMCG arm, Sri Sri Ayurveda is all set to take the FMCG industry by storm with the introduction of spices and organic staples in the Indian market. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar entered...
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The Growing Urban Sprawl is likely to Spread Beyond Tier I Cities in 2023

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