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  • Ideas for profit | Nestle: Is it right for your long-term portfolio? Apr 22, 2021 05:58 PM IST

    Ideas for profit | Nestle: Is it right for your long-term portfolio?

    Nestle India’s March quarter results were marginally above street expectations, led by a spur in home consumption as key products posted double-digit growth. Nestle’s board has recommended interim dividend of Rs 25 per share, payout of 40 percent. Domestic growth has been consistently in double-digit in the last 8 quarters barring the June 2020 quarter which got impacted by the COVID-19 related shutdown. Should the investors accumulate the stocks and hold them for a long time? Watch the video to know more

  • Vegan Cheese, but Make It Delicious Apr 19, 2021 05:40 PM IST

    Vegan Cheese, but Make It Delicious

    In the last few years, as the national demand for vegan foods has increased, the vegan cheese industry has boomed. Competition is fierce, and the best slices, shreds and other mass-produced vegan cheeses are nothing like the disappointing, often repulsive, starchy goop that I remember from the early 2000s.

  • ‘Substance abuse’ in everyday food we eat Apr 17, 2021 08:15 AM IST

    ‘Substance abuse’ in everyday food we eat

    Most of the additives are legal — it’s a different matter whether they are healthy, and even if they are, at what quantities are they safe? 

  • The Curious Case of the Cinnamon Toast Crunch Box Mar 24, 2021 10:19 PM IST

    The Curious Case of the Cinnamon Toast Crunch Box

    This is not General Mills’ first shrimp rodeo. In 2011, the company sued a Michigan blueberry packer after a shipment — which was intended for future use in blueberry scones — was found to be contaminated with pieces of shrimp.

  • Swiggy's SUPER gets an upgrade with three new subscription plans for users Mar 10, 2021 06:08 PM IST

    Swiggy's SUPER gets an upgrade with three new subscription plans for users

    Based on usage and preferences customers can opt for one of the following plans, the binge, bite or bit.

  • Building Pizzas That Can Survive the Box Mar 09, 2021 10:59 PM IST

    Building Pizzas That Can Survive the Box

    Over the past year, when far more pies than normal have been packed for takeout and delivery, some pizzerias have had to adapt. Two in particular — one older, one pandemic-new — craft memorable pizzas that can travel with almost no discernible wear and tear.

  • 700 international buyers expected at India's largest F&B trade fair in March Mar 08, 2021 02:56 PM IST

    700 international buyers expected at India's largest F&B trade fair in March

    The fourth edition of Indusfood, which is slated to be held in Greater Noida, will be the first major trade fair to be organised physically after the COVID-19 pandemic that erupted last year.

  • Chef Vikas Khanna posts picture of 'designer roti'; Netizens impressed Feb 20, 2021 05:59 PM IST

    Chef Vikas Khanna posts picture of 'designer roti'; Netizens impressed

    While some asked 'how can even one have the heart to cut or tear it', others were curious if the roti was stuffed or plain!

  • Budget 2021: Food, fertiliser and oil subsidies rise 47% in 2021-22 Feb 02, 2021 11:04 AM IST

    Budget 2021: Food, fertiliser and oil subsidies rise 47% in 2021-22

    The Budget 2021-22 estimate for food subsidy at Rs 2.42 lakh crore, is 1.1 times higher than last year's budget estimate

  • Michelin France stars awarded in virtual ceremony Jan 18, 2021 07:24 PM IST

    Michelin France stars awarded in virtual ceremony

    The country famed for its cuisine saw restaurants shut for large parts of last year during what was one of Europe's harshest lockdowns, while strict curfews disrupted the dinner service.

  • Europeans can now expect mealworms on their dinner plates Jan 13, 2021 10:42 PM IST

    Europeans can now expect mealworms on their dinner plates

    EU's food watchdog has said dried yellow mealworm, the larval form of the mealworm beetle, is safe for human consumption. The approval, however, is just the first step, officials still need to ponder over the sales of snacks, cookies, protein bars, and other food items that contain these bugs as ingredients.

  • Now, food establishments have to display calorific value of items on menu Dec 16, 2020 09:03 PM IST

    Now, food establishments have to display calorific value of items on menu

    The calorific value of the offering will need to be done in kcal per serving and serving size.

  • Five superfoods to keep you warm during winter season Nov 27, 2020 04:48 PM IST

    Five superfoods to keep you warm during winter season

    Along with winter season comes the season of some superfoods to keep you warm. For instance, Maize, popularly known as Makai in India, is rich in ferulic acid, carotene, fibre and vitamins. It helps prevent anemia. It contains complex carbohydrates which provides energy for longer duration. Like Maize, here are some of the superfoods to power your plate during this weather.

  • Virus is pummeling Europe's eateries – and winter is coming Oct 25, 2020 06:59 PM IST

    Virus is pummeling Europe's eateries – and winter is coming

    The European Union said the hotel and restaurant industry suffered a jaw-dropping 79.3 percent decline in production between February and April. Try bouncing back from that.

  • As prices soar, two arrested near Pune for stealing 550 kg onions Oct 23, 2020 11:55 AM IST

    As prices soar, two arrested near Pune for stealing 550 kg onions

    Onion prices across cities in Maharashtra soared to Rs 80-120/kg due to supply shortage due to heavy rainfall

  • Thai food companies tap into faux-meat boom, plan to expand overseas: Report Oct 14, 2020 02:50 PM IST

    Thai food companies tap into faux-meat boom, plan to expand overseas: Report

    So popular is turning jackfruit into mock pork that the company’s initial public offering on October 9 rang in around $51.4 million, and doubled stock in intra-day trade on the debut day itself.

  • Two Mumbai restaurants bring late Michelin star chef Floyd Cardoz’s legacy dishes to the city Oct 11, 2020 09:04 AM IST

    Two Mumbai restaurants bring late Michelin star chef Floyd Cardoz’s legacy dishes to the city

    The Indian culinary world lost a genius in Floyd Cardoz to COVID-19. The Bombay Canteen and O'Pedro celebrate his inheritance through a special menu—#FloydsFood.  

  • Analysts bullish on ITC’s FMCG and food segment prospects Sep 29, 2020 09:55 AM IST

    Analysts bullish on ITC’s FMCG and food segment prospects

    According to JM Financial, ITC’s FMCG segment is possibly one of the most under-appreciated businesses in the Indian consumer space in recent times.

  • Exclusive | Chips, burgers, colas off menu, FSSAI bans sale of unhealthy food to schoolchildren Sep 19, 2020 04:47 PM IST

    Exclusive | Chips, burgers, colas off menu, FSSAI bans sale of unhealthy food to schoolchildren

    The food safety regulator has said food products high in trans-fat, sugar or sodium will not be sold in or around schools. The decision has upset traders and deals a blow to FMCG companies and ad agencies.

  • COVID-19 Impact | Seven ways the pandemic has changed how we shop for food Sep 09, 2020 03:09 PM IST

    COVID-19 Impact | Seven ways the pandemic has changed how we shop for food

    Although kitchen fatigue is setting in for many, a new set of kitchen habits have been set.

  • Swedish fish dish 'surstromming' is so pungent it should be opened outdoors Sep 07, 2020 08:11 PM IST

    Swedish fish dish 'surstromming' is so pungent it should be opened outdoors

    Likened to the smell of rotten eggs, surstromming — fermented herring — has gained a following online where daring gastronomes film themselves trying the seafood, which should be opened outdoors because of the stench, and preferably underwater in a bucket.

  • Mouse to go: Rodent kebabs fill empty stomachs in coronavirus-hit Malawi Sep 04, 2020 04:30 PM IST

    Mouse to go: Rodent kebabs fill empty stomachs in coronavirus-hit Malawi

    The coronavirus, which has infected nearly 5,500 people and killed more than 170, has only exacerbated food shortages as many livelihoods have been curtailed by confinement measures.

  • Small wonders: This Vietnamese artist makes tiny food Aug 22, 2020 10:42 AM IST

    Small wonders: This Vietnamese artist makes tiny food

    Squinting in concentration, Vietnamese artist Nguyen Thi Ha An drops a bright red chilli onto a bowl of pho noodles barely bigger than a coin -- the finishing touch to a miniature clay model that has eaten up days of her time.

  • In pics | This Vietnamese artist is making tiny food miniature to capitalise on love for the country’s cuisine Aug 19, 2020 08:57 PM IST

    In pics | This Vietnamese artist is making tiny food miniature to capitalise on love for the country’s cuisine

    A 28-year-old architecture graduate began crafting food miniatures a year ago, spotting a chance to capitalize on the world's growing love of Vietnamese cuisine.

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