May, 26, 2017
India's oldest surviving winery turns 25
07 Apr
2017
  • Posted by Divya M. Chandramouli
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In its comeback avatar, Grover Zampa has managed to capture a market share of nearly 40 per cent in the reserve wine segment. Its latest offering, Insignia, is priced at Rs. 5,000 and with this, the company aims to cultivate select patronage

Sattviko’s ‘Go Fast, Go Slow’ strategy
07 Apr
2017
  • Posted by S. Meera
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Prasoon Gupta, co-founder Saatviko, leads two businesses – one a chain of restaurants and another a packaged foods business – under the theme of Ayurveda; His strategy is to go slow on the former and explore rapid growth in the latter

Why White Owl Has Taken To Kegs, Not Taps
07 Apr
2017
  • Posted by Madhumita Prabhakar
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Launched in October 2014 in Mumbai, White Owl Brewery has nipped the idea of a tap room model and instead, it’s focussing on selling its beer only in keggers. In terms of demand, its microbrewery in Lower Parel is already churning 15,000 litres a month, as against its stated capacity of 10,000 litres.

Manna Foods Is Working towards a ‘Harvest’ Period In FY18
07 Apr
2017
  • Posted by Poornima Kavlekar
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I.S.A.K. Nazar, its founder, was focused on consolidating the company’s activities in FY17 by creating proper systems and addressing distribution challenges. This year, the company aims to hit revenues of Rs. 140 crore, on the back of a strong product mix (pickles, dry fruits, smart kitchen range and baby foods) and renewed brand positioning.

Why Triguni Foods’ expansion plans include retail and exports
07 Apr
2017
  • Posted by Poornima Kavlekar
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Spearheaded by 75-year old entrepreneur, Radha Daga, Chennai-based Triguni Foods, is popular for its Magic Upma and Magic Biryani in Indigo Airlines. The company’s next step is to grow its export business and extend its product mix to serve the retail segment.

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