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    Amul MD on organising the diary industry and ways to make it self-reliant

    Linking markets and farmers crucial for self-reliance, says RS Sodhi.

    Amul launches ‘Tulsi’ and ‘Ginger’ milk to boost immunity amid coronavirus

    Amul Managing Director R.S. Sodhi on June 10 said the milk brand is launching ‘Ginger’ and ‘Tulsi’ variants in order to boost community amid the COVID-19. Sodhi reasoned that since a coronavirus vaccine is still to come, their new milk variants will ensure people have enough immunity till then to fight the deadly virus. Amul was recently in news over their Twitter account briefly being restricted over their apparent anti-China post.

    Saugata Gupta, Marico shares business reopening challenges in post-lockdown era

    Saugata Gupta, Marico MD shares the challenges that his company has been facing while trying to reopen business operations in post-Lockdown era in an interview with Suman Layak of The Economic Times.

    Amul assures regular supply of products amidst 21 day lockdown

    GCMMF MD (Amul) R S Sodhi said there will be no shortage of milk and other dairy products and asked people to refrain from panic buying amid coronavirus scare.

    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? Navin Gurnaney, CEO, Tata Starbucks tells us how the revenue picture looks like, plan for FY20, experiments with highway stores and more.

    Mother Dairy hikes milk prices in Delhi-NCR

    New Delhi, Dec 14 (ANI): Leading milk supplier of Delhi and National Capital Region, Mother Dairy has decided to hike milk prices up to 3rs/litre. The price of bulk vended milk (token milk) has been hiked by Rs 2 to Rs 42 per litre. The price of both toned milk and double-toned milk has been raised by Rs 3 per litre. Now, the toned and double-toned milk will be sold at Rs 45 and Rs 39 per litre respective

    OmniPork: This vegan meat substitute may be the 'safe' answer to China's pork problems

    Featured at the 2019 edition of Taobao Maker Festival, Hong Kong startup Green Monday prepared Chinese cuisine every day for attendees to taste their plant-based pork substitute. Green Monday intends to launch its "hit" OmniPork on Taobao platform as their entry point into the mainland China - the predominant pork consumer. ET Online's Saurav Kumar caught up with their CEO David Yeung to know more, and to give the vegan meat a try.

    NCLT approves Patanjali's Rs 4,350 crore bid for Ruchi Soya

    The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) Thursday approved yoga-exponent-Ram Dev-run Patanjali's revised Rs 4,350-crore bid to take over the edible oil maker Ruchi Soya, which owed banks over Rs 9,345 crore. However, the tribunal said the approval is subject to the tribunal resolution professional bridging the information gap regarding the exact source of funds worth Rs 600 crore (which is part of the bid amount) before the next date of hearing on August 1.

    Beverage deal brewing between Coca-Cola and CCD

    Coca-Cola is in exclusive talks to pick up a significant stake in Café Coffee Day (CCD) as the soft drinks giant looks to gain a foothold in the rapidly growing space and hedge risks associated with its core carbonated drinks business, said executives with knowledge of the matter.

    FSSAI announces new regulations to deal with misleading advertisements

    To keep a check on claims and misleading advertisements the food safety authority of India has come up with a new regulation to ensure that brands do not use words like ‘natural’, ‘fresh’, ‘organic’, ‘traditional’, ‘fresh’, etc. They've come up with definitive definitions for these words and brands will now have to go thru these guidelines and use these words.

    Exclusive: Nestle lawyer Rajesh Batra on Maggi row

    Exclusive: Nestle lawyer Rajesh Batra on Maggi row

    Packaged foods maker Nestle India said Thursday it has ‘welcomed’ the Supreme Court order, even as the apex court revived the class-action suit by the central government against the company in the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) in the Maggi noodles case. A bench headed by Justice D Y Chandrachud said the report from CFTRI (Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysuru), where the testing of the Maggi noodle samples was conducted, will form the basis for the proceedings. Nestle India lawyer Rajesh Batra, speaking to ET Now, assured that Maggi is 100% safe and lead in Maggi has been proved to be within permissible limits.

    Maggi row: SC revives govt's case in NCDRC against Nestle India

    Maggi row: SC revives govt's case in NCDRC against Nestle India

    The Supreme Court on Thursday revived the government's case in National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) against Nestle India seeking damages of Rs 640 crore on charges of unfair trade practices, false labelling and misleading advertisements.

    2019 will be a very good year for milk farmers: RS Sodhi of Amul

    2019 will be a very good year for milk farmers: RS Sodhi of Amul

    2019 will be a very good year for milk farmers. Incentives by state and central Govt has helped tide over surpluses, says RS Sodhi of Amul to ET NOW.

    After FDI, now FSSAI comes out with guidelines for online food players

    After FDI, now FSSAI comes out with guidelines for online food players

    After the FDI issued new norms to online retailers, the FSSAI has stepped up scrutiny and has come out with guidelines for online food and grocery players.

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