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Success story of an Indian beer with a Belgian heart
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Success story of an Indian beer with a Belgian heart

Arnab Dutta traces how Bira 91 is already among the top two in the premium segment in all the cities that it is present in today and how it is giving larger brands Kingfisher and Budweiser a run for their market share. Two years, four products, seven cities; that is how Bira 91, the Indian beer with a Belgian heart, introduces itself as it gets ready to expand into eight new cities and extend its portfolio of brands in 2017. Ankur Jain, founder of B9 Beverages that owns the Bira 91 brand says ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago

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China's pork demand hits a peak, shocking producers, as diets get healthier

BEIJING: China's frozen dumpling makers are finding there's a quick route to winning new sales - increase the vegetable content, and cut down on the meat. This departure from traditional pork-rich dumplings is a hit with busy, young urbanites, trying to ...
 Sify1 week ago
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How Cadbury keeps hitting the sweet spot

The market share of Mondelez, which owns Cadbury, for its premium brands is way ahead of competitors, despite a stiff fight in this arena.  IMAGE: The premium segment, say experts, is around 30 per cent of India's Rs 8,200-crores overall chocolate market. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters. One of the fastest growing chocolate categories in India, the premium segment, is also among the most competitive. And, American major Mondelez, maker of the Cadbury brand, retains its hold here by a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Boom in publishing sector reflects growing Indian economy

Controversial politicians. Celebrity cricket players. Spiritual gurus. India’s publishing industry, like the country’s broader economic story, has a lot to work with. So it’s perhaps no surprise India’s GDP growth of 7.1 percent -- the fastest among ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

ITC aims to corner 20% market in packaged fruit juice in 5yrs

Diversified ITC is expanding its juice portfolio with an aim to garner around 20 per cent market share in five years in the packaged fruit juice segment, currently estimated to be around Rs 2,500-crore. Apart from adding new flavours and focusing on local ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

MFs had a gala FY17, funds give up to 60% returns, AUM grows

Mutual fund investors, it seems, never had it better. While fund performance was outstanding, assets under management (AUM) also grew manifold in 2016-17. According to data compiled by investment research firm Morningstar, investors in top performing funds ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

FDs more popular than MFs, equities: Sebi

More than 95% Indian households prefer to park their money in bank deposits, while less than 10% opt for investing in mutual funds or stocks, a new Sebi survey showed on Wednesday. The survey, conducted across urban and rural areas of the country, showed that ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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