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Aug 12, 2014 at 11:38 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Despite reporting a weak profits this quarter, Speciality Restaurants is optimistic about the future. In the first quarter of FY15, the company's total income rose 16.8 percent to Rs 70.3 crore vs Rs 60.2 crore in the same period previous year. However, PAT fell 59.8 percent in this quarter to Rs 1.9 crore against Rs 4.8 crore YoY.
Aug 08, 2014 at 08:21 | Source: Reuters
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election triumph in May had raised hopes of quick action to tackle India's recurring food price shocks. But, despite his strong economic record of running Gujarat, he has resorted to an old inflation playbook that contributed to the last government's crashing defeat.
Jul 16, 2014 at 22:01 | Source: CNBC-TV18
It is not just seasonal vegetables that are escalating in price, but it's also the basic vegetable like the tomato that is seeing a price rise.
Jun 02, 2014 at 13:44 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Unlike developed nation where food gets wasted at the consumption stage, in India it is concentrated at the production, storage, processing, distribution and marketing stages. Apparently, out of every 100 kg of tomato produced in India, only 73 kg reaches the retail market. Rest goes to waste.
Dec 24, 2013 at 16:42 | Source: PTI
A surge in food prices ripped common man's pockets as the UPA government paid for its failure in the assembly polls in four states and may feel the heat in next year's general elections as well if it is not controlled.
Nov 07, 2013 at 11:24 | Source: Forbes India
Last year, Hindustan Unilever launched a wide-ranging programme to improve the quality of tomatoes. HUL now sources 60 percent of its tomato requirements from India, most of it from an area of 800 hectares in and around Nashik, Ahmednagar and Pune in Maharashtra.
Nov 06, 2013 at 16:45 | Source: PTI
Mother Dairy, which has about 400 retail outlets in the national capital region, is selling tomatoes at Rs 62 per kg and onions at Rs 58-60 per kg. Local vendors are charging Rs 70-80 per kg for tomatoes
Oct 25, 2013 at 14:34 | Source: PTI
"In vegetable like onion, tomato and potato, there is period of plenty and there is situation of scarcity. We need to balance with more use of cold storage and warehousing facilities," Thomas said.
Sep 24, 2013 at 16:12 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
DFM Foods Limited announces the launch, across all its markets, of a new brand of extruded snacks CRAX Krunchoids. Distinctively crunchy, Krunchoids is available in four exciting, distinctive flavours Tomato Chutney, Paani Poori, Masala Masti, and Red Chilli. The distinctive packaging is designed with a view to attract the younger generation.
Aug 13, 2013 at 19:18 | Source: PTI
In a fallout of the anti-Telangana agitation rocking Andhra Pradesh, price of tomato has crashed here as the produce from villages bordering Tamil Nadu are being diverted to the city.
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dhoniwins

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Rei Agro  

dhoniwins is always soft towards friends...particularly with foe turned friend.. friends are indeed astonished by my reaction to u...they do not know about original rukkiya...slowly I am writing.. what is that tomato CURRY? ...we make rasam..even pachadi..kootu..never heard about tomato CURRY

10.05 PM Jul 7th

rukkyabegum

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Rei Agro  

OK,if you are busy here give me 10 mins,I will have some Aloo parathas with some B.Curry(Bakwas Curry,I mean with tomato curry,no more jokes,I guess you in a bad mood today?).Chalo check my mail in the mean time,bye.

9.58 PM Jul 7th

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In IRAN the chicken meet price has an upper limit fixed beyond that price nobody can sell. Similarly in India three items are needed to be controlled. Onion, Potato, Tomato year round every three months upper price limit should be fixed. And stock limit should also exist. In Bhopal I have seen

11.29 AM Jul 4th

kevin96

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Monsanto India  

evolved by continuous genetic modification. Tonnes of tomatoes are lost every year because they can’t be stored for long. But now there is technology, which can increase the shelf life of tomatoes. We just have to make use of it.” Citing the success of Bt-cotton, Dr Dwarkesh Parihar, Chief Scientist

4.04 PM Jun 27th

Newsmakers  

When you are in opposition, it is very easy to blame the ruling government. Now is the test for the NDA government. Let`s see how they handle crude prices. Remember it was during NDA rule that tomatoes had become out of reach of poor people. Let`s see now, what Modi does. Will he just make excuses

11.47 AM Jun 16th

benitism

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Ruchi Soya  

Ruchi Soya are turning around. They have just launched Sunrich sunflower oil in South India and are entering new segments like ready to eat breakfast and tomato ketchup. They have also entered into an agreement with J-Oils and Toyota and together they will produce high quality premium cooking oils

2.04 PM Jun 13th

kevin96

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are the three main segments the company is focusing on. "Vegetable crops are prone to diseases and we are working on breeding and research regarding hybrid vegetable seeds, particularly tomato and pepper. We plan to launch exotic vegetable seeds of cherry tomato and bellafina bellpepper," he said. The company

3.39 PM May 18th

sangwan2014

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Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd, a leading FMCG player, has announced a joint venture (JV) with Kagome Co. Ltd, a leading tomato product company of Japan, and Mitsui & Co, a trading, investment and services company to revolutionise the Indian tomato market. Ruchi Soya will have 40% stake in this JV

11.39 AM May 12th

sangwan2014

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Soya products and refined cooking oil maker Ruchi Soya Industries is expanding into the tomato market with a joint venture with Japan`s Kagome Co and Mitsui & Co.

11.36 AM May 12th

kevin96

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, brinjal, castor, groundnut, mustard, papaya, potato, rice, rubber, sugarcane, wheat and tomato. These varieties, developed by scientists in different Indian universities and research institutions, have all the traits %u2014 resistance to insect, fungal, drought and virus %u2014 which may bring them

12.40 PM Mar 2nd

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