Parle Products has expanded its portfolio with the launch of Parle G Chakki Atta (flour) to capitalise on the trajectory growth the home baking trend has experienced since the outbreak of the pandemic.
2020 was without a doubt one of the most challenging years in UK history. Not only did the food industry have to contend with the pandemic, but also the complexities involved with the UK withdrawing from the European Union.
India energy bar brand Happy Bars will soon be launching a protein bar, followed by a vegan bar later down the road, as it seeks to cater to the rising demand for active nutrition and vegan products in the country.
India-based Habbit Health and Nutrition has launched a range of what it claims to be ‘the healthiest ice creams on the planet’ dubbed Wise Creams, containing zero sugar, low fat content and no more than 50 calories per serving.
The Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) has launched a Sugar and Health campaign and corresponding website as it seeks to stop ‘blind attacks’ on the commodity and encourage localised research – sparking widespread public criticism.
Native Snacks will increase its distribution network in the UK by an impressive 1,500% after securing listings with Sainsbury’s, Holland & Barret online and Ocado for its range of better-for-you Popped Lotus Seeds.
India has introduced a ban on the sales, advertisement and promotion of all foods high in saturated fat or trans-fat or added sugar or sodium (HFSS) in school grounds as well as within 50 metres from the premises.
The Mexican bakery giant and the world’s largest bread maker is allegedly in talks with private equity firm Everstone Capital to acquire a majority stake in its packaged foods platform Everfoods to further cement its foothold in the $8bn Indian bakery...
India’s newest food tax saga stemming from Southern flatbreads being taxed higher than Northern ones has placed renewed focus on the country’s controversial GST system, provoking claims of ‘cultural racism’ from campaigners.
India’s leading biscuits and confectionery manufacturer has changed the ‘kissing couple’ logo for its iconic Kismi brand to educate people on the need for social distancing to stay safe during the pandemic crisis.