Some of the big names in the country's packaged drinking water industry are likely to approach the Kerala government to ease the recently proposed price cap of Rs 13 per litre on bottled water.
Valentine’s Day typically sees brands outdoing each other to push sales across multiple consumer-facing categories ranging from chocolates to jewellery to meals in exotic hotels — for two.
The maker of Good Day and Marie biscuits, which competes aggressively with Parle, said it has reduced wastages in the system and tightened fixed costs. While share have been positive, growths are not what it has seen in the past.
Social media platforms have been flooded with posts of citizens announcing celebrations with biryani after the AAP win. This was in response to comments of some senior BJP leaders, including Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, that AAP was serving biryani to anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters at Shaheen Bagh.
Yum! Restaurants, Indian subsidiary of Yum! Brands, has picked up minority stake in its largest franchise partner RJ Corp-owned Devyani International (DIL), one of the first franchisees globally where the restaurant major has acquired equity stake. This follows DIL’s acquisition of 74 KFC restaurants from Yum! over the last 18 months.
Market dynamics are different for all channels; e-commerce ecosystem will stabilise: Tupperware MD Deepak Chhabra
Tupperware India's managing director Deepak Chhabra talks about how integrating the direct sales force with the retail franchisee model is working for the home and kitchen-ware maker.
The November-December months had witnessed large-scale protests in several parts of the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act with various protests turning violent. This resulted in several consumer-oriented businesses across restaurants, hospitality, hotels and travel agents estimating a 10% impact on business on account of the unrest.
American burger and fries chain McDonald’s has named entrepreneur Sanjeev Agrawal, promoter of Delhi-based diversified MM Agrawal Group, as developmental licensee for its operations in north and east India.
Consumer goods makers optimistic about FM’s efforts to reduce income tax and increase farmers’ income
More to splurge consumer goods makers are optimistic about Finance Minister’s efforts to reduce income tax and increase farmers’ income. All this could help fuel consumption in a struggling rural economy that has been facing severe headwinds for the past five quarters, executives representing consumer goods companies said on Saturday.
The FM proposed that tax payers have the option to choose between the existing income tax regime and a new regime.
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