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FMCG cos to hike prices to offset inflationary pressure on key raw material inputs

Consumers may have to shell out more money for their daily use products as FMCG firms, which are facing inflationary pressure on their key raw material inputs, are considering marginal hike on their products price to offset it. Some FMCG companies like Marico and others have already...

Dabur to invest Rs 250-300 crore in capacity expansion in FY19

FMCG firm Dabur India has planned to invest Rs 250-300 crore in capacity expansion this fiscal year, and is looking for acquisitions in the domestic market going forward, top company officials said. "We are going in for brownfield expansion to...

Dabur India cuts prices by 9 per cent to pass on GST benefits

FMCG major Dabur India on Tuesday said it has cut prices of existing stocks across categories such as shampoos, skin care and home care by 9 per cent as an act of passing on the benefits of the recent...

Dual MRP tags to enable consumers understand GST's impact: FMCG cos

Dual MRP tags -- indicating pre and post GST rates -- on unsold consumer products will help companies clear inventories and bring transparency to the market, FMCG firms said. According to a PTI report: Besides, the tags would enable end-consumers...

FMCG cos expect dip in inventory levels, normalcy in Q2 in the run up to GST

FMCG firms are preparing for reduced stocks in their trade channels for a couple of months as anxious dealers cut down inventory levels in the run up to GST, the new indirect tax regime, from July 1. According to a...

Dabur India to expand e-commerce presence

Homegrown FMCG major Dabur is gearing up for a bigger play in the e-commerce segment in India to tap potential of the fast growing sector, according to a report by PTI. The company - which has ventured into online cosmetics...

Dabur doesn't see threat from Patanjali's 'faith-based' items

Dabur India said it is not worried about challenge to its science-based ayurvedic FMCG items from faith-based products from the stables of Yoga guru Baba Ramdev's Patanjali and Sri Sri Ayurveda of Art of Living, saying competition has helped...

FMCG firms pin hopes on normal monsoons to up demand

After two years of drought, the weather department has predicted a normal monsoon this year. Rejoicing along with water-starved villages are FMCG firms, who believe that there is a lot of pent up demand in these areas. Analysts say two...
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