January, 24, 2017
Farming the right idea
01 Feb
2015
  • Posted by S. MEERA
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Though an agricultural economy, Indian harvesting and post harvesting technology is quite outdated. Aspada Investments-backed LEAF aims to correct this while simultaneously benefiting the farmers and the consumers

For the love of food
15 Sep
2011
  • Posted by Mahathi R. Arjun
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A food lover, Ashish Kapur of Yo! China talks about building one of the largest chains of Chinese quick service restaurants (QSR) in India and why the customer is always king

Investor turned foodie
15 Jun
2011
  • Posted by Divya M. Chandramouli
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With Kaati Zone, Kiran Nadkarni has turned the humble kaati roll into a poster boy for Indian QSR brands looking to take Indian food mainstream.

The business of quick service restaurants
15 Jun
2011
  • Posted by Divya M. Chandramouli
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For an Indian QSR, the best way to approach a business is to make smart choices - on menu, format, location and process. And for those who have managed to build a strong foundation, the venture capital industry is keen on playing a supportive role to help achieve scale

Turning rice into a brand
15 Jun
2011
  • Posted by S Meera
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The Rs. 1,250 crore LT Foods is adopting a multi-pronged strategy for growth. From branding its rice products to launching rice-based health snacks, the company is eyeing growth in each of its six subsidiaries

Freezing goodness
15 May
2011
  • Posted by S Meera
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Encouraged by the popularity of its frozen yoghurt, now available across 29 outlets in five cities, Cocoberry soon plans to expand reach and add other pre-packaged food products to its range

MASTI for the taste buds!
15 Feb
2011
  • Posted by Jaya Narayan
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Mast Kalandar, the Indian quick service restaurant, was a result of a clear vision – to provide quality north Indian food to a target audience, ready to lap up its offering. Today, it is aiming to professionalise its set up and expand to over 100 outlets

Whipping up an Enterprise
15 Jul
2010
  • Posted by S.Meera
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M. Mahadevan, chairman and managing director of Oriental Cuisines shares with us what it takes to run a successful chain of restaurants and how human values stand above everything else in an effort to get to the top

For the sake of farmer’s harmony!
15 Apr
2010
  • Posted by Poornima Kavlekar
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Star Agriwarehousing & Collateral Management Limited is involved in post harvest management operations of agricultural commodities by offering broad-based solutions to farmers.

Where everyone’s a winner
15 Apr
2010
  • Posted by Kiran Rajani
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At Winners Bakery, it’s more than just business as usual. Here, social empowerment is just as important as raking up the profits. A look at how a simple business model enables those with potential to stand on their own two feet.

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