India’s Aadvik Foods looks beyond camel milk; to boost portfolio with new verticals

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Agri-startup Aadvik Foods, known for selling camel milk commercially in India, plans to add new verticals to its product portfolio as it readies to test new innovations in a market recovering from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic., the founder and chief executive said in an interview. Hitesh Rathi told indoasiancommodities.com that the company was […]

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Supply chain breakdown leads to price rise in staples including potatoes, onions, pulses and sugar

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Supply disruptions and exodus of migrant workforce have already started having impact on prices of staples and vegetables all across the country. Wholesale prices of essential commodities, especially vegetables, have shown a sharp increase during the last few days. A three-week lockdown in India aimed at stopping the coronavirus is preventing perishables from reaching its […]

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Large food brands will have to walk the ‘regional path’ to keep customers, says Rabobank  

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Fast changing needs of the customer, customer systems and associates around the world, are pushing large consumer food organisations to rethink their global business models, Rabobank said in a report. A reality check shows that large food companies are currently struggling with rapidly changing consumer preference, which has become apparent through their stalling or even […]

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Nestlé India changes packaging of iconic brands Maggi, Nescafe and Kitkat to support girl child

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Nestlé India has changed the packaging of three of their most iconic brands, Maggi, Nescafe and Kitkat to support girl child education in association with Nanhi Kali, one of the largest NGOs imparting education to underprivileged girl children across India. In an attempt to spread awareness for this critical issue of girl child education in […]

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Daily Masala

Here is what others are talking about this morning: Oil prices fall on rising Iraq output, doubt over producer talk prospects Most Asia stocks slide on Fed officials’ rate comments, dollar firms Gold inches down on steady dollar, Fed rate hike remains on cards Higher domestic prices dent cotton exports from India Amul, 25 others […]

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Daily Masala

Here is what others are talking about this morning: BoE rate call looms, Asian shares firm as oil rebounds for now Oil up 3 percent on big U.S. gasoline draw; WTI back above $40 Gold dips on firmer dollar after U.S. jobs data Global GMO ban might not make environmentalists as happy as they think […]

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