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HUL's Knorr Chinese noodles not in food regulator's approved list
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HUL's Knorr Chinese noodles not in food regulator's approved list

A spokesperson of HUL said: 'With regard to Chinese range of Knorr Instant Noodles, we wish to clarify that the ingredients used are permitted under the FSS Regulation, 2011/Codex' Hindustan Unilever's Chinese range of Knorr instant noodles may come under the scanner of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India as the product is not in the approved list of items of the central food safety regulator. The FSSAI on Monday issued an order to test more brands of noodles, pastas and macaronis. It ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Few tricks FMCG firms must learn from star performer HUL

HUL has the maximum number of Rs 2,000-crore or Rs 20 billion plus brands in the FMCG market. Others are slowly catching up. The fiscal gone by has seen Hindustan Unilever (HUL), the country’s largest consumer goods company, achieve two milestones. The first: It touched Rs 30,000 crore or Rs 300 billion in topline. Second: It emerged as the one with the most number of Rs 2,000-crore-plus brands. Five of HUL’s top brands belong to the club: Lifebuoy, the country’s largest soap ...
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Amul owner tastes Rs 20k-cr mark in annual turnover

FY15 sales ahead of combined food business revenue of Nestle, HUL and ITC Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation, owner of Amul, has hit a top line of over Rs 20,000 crore (200 billion) for the first time in the financial year ended March 2015 -- equivalent to the combined revenue of the food businesses of its three closest rivals Nestle, Hindustan Unilever and ITC (based on their figures for FY14). The Anand-headquartered major reported a top line of Rs 20,735 crore (Rs 207.35 billion) ...
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Markets end in green on govt nod for changes in GST bill

Defensive shares were the top gainers along with select financials amid expiry of July deriviative contracts. Benchmark share indices ended higher, amid expiry of July derivative contracts, after the government today cleared important changes to the government's constitutional amendment Bill on the proposed national goods and services tax (GST). The 30-share Sensex ended up 142 points at 27,705 and the 50-share Nifty ended up 47 points at 8,422. "The US Fed has kept the interest rates unchanged ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Sensex ends lower amid choppy trade; Sun Pharma, ITC drag  Rediff.com1 week ago Markets end lower on caution over key reforms; IT, real estate bleed  Rediff.com1 week ago Markets end higher amid volatility; IT shares shine, banks slide  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Markets to eye macro data, Parliament functioning

Investors will keenly watch out for the Futures & Options expiry for July on Thursday Benchmark indices ended the week one per cent lower on muted earnings posted by blue-chips amid weakness among global peers. Further, concerns over the fate of crucial legislations, including the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and land acquisition Bill, following the first week of the monsoon session of Parliament being washed out, dampened the market sentiments. In the week to July 24, the BSE Sensex ...
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Markets fail to keep pace; bluechip's Q1 nos disappoint

Sectors such as Healthcare, Capital Goods, Banks, IT, Metal and Power slumped 0.3-1% each. Markets closed the session on a lower note, weighed down by disappointing earnings reported by blue-chip companies such as Lupin and Bajaj Auto. However, the downside was limited due to buying demand in auto and oil shares. Market participants will continue to keenly watch the developments in Parliament, with the Modi government hopeful of the passage of the GST Bill during the ongoing monsoon session.
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Crude slump may be boon for FMCGs

The Iran nuclear deal could have an unlikely fallout: Research and development expenditure of fast moving consumer goods companies could increase in FY16. The reason for this is falling crude oil prices, thanks to Iran’s crude oil flooding the marketplace.  Crude oil prices reduced by half in FY15 versus FY14. The result: Input costs of FMCG companies will fall giving the latter room to increase R&D expenditure.The trend, interestingly, is already visible in companies’ FY15 ...
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Markets end flat as rising CPI dashes rate-cut hopes

The losses were capped after June Wholesale Price Index (WPI) eased further to -2.4% Benchmark share indices ended flat with a negative bias with financials leading the decline after rising consumer price inflation dampened hopes of a rate-cut by the Reserve Bank of India. However, the downside was capped after Wholesale Price Index (WPI) eased further in the month of June. The barometer index, S&P BSE Sensex ended at 27,933, down by 28 points and the 50-share Nifty ended 6 points down at ...
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ITC has now become the FMCG darling of Dalal Street

A lot of fresh money entered Dalal Street in the past 18-24 months but the pool of investment-worthy stocks has actually shrunk, due to lower than expected economic growth and poor corporate earnings. Indicating polarisation in the stock market, the scrip of ITC, the country's largest maker of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), is trading at an all-time high discount to smaller peers in the benchmark Nifty index of the National Stock Exchange. Hindustan Unilever (HUL) and Asian Paints are ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Markets end in green on Greece bailout hopes; May IIP eyed

A firm rally in the Capital Goods shares on expectations of higher industrial growth in May further lifted the sentiments. Markets gained pace in late trades to snap a three-day losing streak and the Nifty ended above the 8,350 on hopes of a bailout deal to keep Greece in the euro zone at a weekend summit of European leaders. Further, rally in the capital goods shares on expectations of higher industrial growth in May further boosted sentiment. The Sensex gained 88 points to end at 27,573 and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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