Covid-19 lockdown: Tata Starbucks seeks rent waiver for three months
The coffee chain wants to reduce fixed operating expenses till consumption in the sector improves. Industry experts are of view that the coffee chain is trying to nudge the landlords, and if this doesn’t work, it will seek relief under ‘force majeure’ clauses as some other restaurant chains, retailers, and multiplexes have done.
Café Coffee Day case: Probe finds $270 million missing after V.G. Siddhartha's suicide
Coffee Day is finalizing a deal with Blackstone Group ...
Tata Starbucks CEO Navin Gurnaney on hot new launches in India, plan for FY20
What are the hot new launches in the kettle for Starbucks India...
Coronavirus hits environmental initiatives: Starbucks pauses use of reusable, personal cups
The decision to ban reusable cups was made over concerns for 'health and well-being'.
Gloria Jean’s Coffee set to make a comeback in India
The company will now work on a cold kitchen concept and prepare fresh food. The cafés would be about 800-1,500 sq ft with a per-store investment of about Rs 1 crore. It expects the return on investment to start within two-and-a-half years of a store first being set up.
Starbucks to launch Beyond Meat plant-based breakfast sandwich in Canada
The deal intensifies the already heated rivalry between Beyond Meat and other plant-based meat producers - including Impossible Foods, Kellogg Co's Morningstar Farms, Cargill Inc and Nestle SA's Sweet Earth - which have been vying for shelf space at retailers and for deals with food service outlets.
Don’t toss that cup: McDonald’s and Starbucks are developing reusables
The model on trial in San Francisco, from the startup Muuse, is printed with a distinct QR code on each cup, which consumers can scan when they pick up and drop off cups. Muuse has been used on college campuses.
Global cos pledge not to lay off staff
A no. of global companies - with a large presence in India have assured employees that there will be no or insignificant layoffs while the Covid-19 outbreak continue.
Why this market correction is an opportunity in disguise
If you’re investing for the next 5-10 years, then your focus should be on the opportunity and the way to harness it.
Post-corona outbreak, restaurants get creative with home delivery options; give curbside service, 'boozy twist'
To address diminishing reservations, some restaurants are thinking outside the box.
Coffee climbs to defy fall in equities, commodities
Arabica for May delivery rose 1.7 per cent to close at $1.092 a pound on ICE Futures US in New York.
Travel, entertainment stocks may take a hit on Covid-19 spread
Covid-19 has already dealt a severe blow to China’s film exhibition market.
Positive on Tata Consumers and Dabur in FMCG space: Gurmeet Chadha
The size of the opportunity will play out over the long run, says the co-founder of Complete Circle Consultants.
Fast-food companies in China step up 'contactless' pickup, delivery as coronavirus rages
McDonald's has implemented contactless pickup and delivery of Big Macs, fries and other menu items across the China as the outbreak has unfolded. Customers order remotely - on mobile phones or by computers in store - and employees seal the meals in bags and put them in a special spot for pickup without human contact, McDonald's says on its website.
Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service