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Small regional FMCG players make a comeback, grabbing shares from big companies

The small players are forcing larger rivals to go for a price revision in segments such as soaps, tea, detergent and biscuitsNew Delhi: Small regional FMCG players, which reemerged in the market after the cooling of inflation, are giving...

Rural recovery for FMCG companies takes a pause amid food inflation, uneven rains

FMCG makers like HUL, ITC and Nestle have expressed concerns over uneven rains, the impact of crop output and rising prices of some commodities such as wheat, maida, sugar, potato, coffee, etc New Delhi: The FMCG industry has witnessed a...

Marico expects food business to reach Rs 850 crore in FY24

Saffola, the master brand under which Marico offers healthier foods, has expanded the total addressable market to over Rs 10,000 crore, through a portfolio of healthy value-added offeringsNew Delhi: Home-grown fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) firm Marico expects its...

ITC’s FMCG biz records 21% rise in annual consumer spend at Rs 29,000 crore in FY23

In terms of distribution reach, ITC's products reached 230 million households in FY23, up from over 200 million households in FY22New Delhi: Diversified conglomerate ITC's FMCG business has recorded a 21 per cent rise in annual consumer spend to...

Marico Elevates Saugata Gupta as MD, Marico

The Board of Directors of Marico, an Indian consumer product company in the global beauty and wellness space, has appointed Saugata Gupta, CEO, Marico Limited as Managing Director and CEO.  Gupta will be inducted into the company’s Board of...
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Samsung expects to sell 2 million units of Galaxy F15 5G in next 12-15 months

Samsung targets "a sale of about 2 million units of the newly launched handset in the next 12-15 monthsNew...
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