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Ice cream business down by 40 pc amid COVID-19 scare

The ice cream business which amounts to about Rs 4,500 crore annually has been badly hit by the coronavirus spread as it is expected to slowdown by almost 40 percent. It is unlikely to recover in the current scenario...

Pickle no good! India's salt intake twice the recommended mark: WHO

The average salt intake in India is double that of the WHO-recommended maximum consumption level of 5 gm/day, a study said on Wednesday. Researchers at the George Institute for Global Health reviewed data involving 227,000 people across the country and...

World Health Day 2015: Being Human extols 'Safe Food Practices'

Being Human Clothing will be celebrating World Health Day today in association with renowned nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar to create awareness around 'safe food practices'. The theme for World Health Day 2015 is "Safe Food” and its aim is to raise...

Wealth in Health

The share of health and wellness foods in the packaged food segment is growing fast – from 17 percent in 2002 to 21 percent in 2008. To tap into this growing segment, the packaged food market has introduced several...

HUL’s play on swine flu fears to sell Lifebuoy draws flak

Hindustan Unilever is plugging Lifebuoy soaps and hand washes in newspaper advertisements as products “proven to protect from H1N1 type virus”The aggressive promotion by Hindustan Unilever Ltd of its Lifebuoy product range as a shield against swine flu may...

Ethical fashion! Is it existent?

Retail is flourishing, but is it carrying forward the ethicality of the business of fashion retailing, not just to give world a better piece to wear – but also make earth the best place to live.Ranjan Kaplish explores words...

Indoor vs outdoor air: the former can be lethal

What used to be a dreadful shopping exercise earlier, has now become a pleasant experience, thanks to the retail boom in India. By saying dreadful shopping exercise, the reference is to shoppers who used to spend hours on a...

Organised drug retail would not affect chemists say experts

The entry of corporates into organized drug retail would not affect the sector estimated to be around Rs 45,000 crore shared by some 550,000 traders nor would it displace the neighbourhood chemist, say experts.“With the entry of corporates and...
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Which technologies will fuel the next wave of growth in retail?

AI, IoT, Robotics, AR, VR, and Computer vision sensor fusion to play a key role as per a report...
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