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Hungry kya? MTR may have something for you

Hungry kya? MTR may have something for you

MTR re-positions its brand to cater early morning to the hungry urban young. It has launched a range of breakfast foods to pave the way for future product and brand transformation. One of India’s oldest home-grown brands, MTR Foods, now owned by a Norwegian giant Orkla, is moving out of its comfort zone. Having built its image as a company that sold everything from ready-to-eat vegetarian Indian meals to papads, the brand is positioning itself as a healthy option in the convenience ..., 1 month ago

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Money Control

MTR Foods eyes Rs 1,000 crore revenue in CY17

The Indian subsidiary of Norwegian conglomerate Orlka today launched here a new variant of its popular product Sambar Powder which is specifically designed for consumers with a spicier palate.
 Money Control2 months ago MTR Foods eyes Rs 1,000-crore revenue in CY17  DNA2 months ago This firm produces 35,000 kg of idli/dosa batter a day  Rediff.com2 months ago

Severe drought claims lives of 36 elephants in 18 months

Coimbatore/Ootty: The severe droughthas affected not only the lives of farmers but also the pachyderms which reach Bandipur and Muthanga regularlyfor food and water. Altogether 36 elephants have died in the past 18 months in the forest regions of Coimbatore ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Rise in elephant deaths concerns Forest officials

An estimated 36 elephants died in the last 18 months in Coimbatore and Nilgiris Forest divisions, due to acute water shortage, starvation and man-animal conflict. The major casualties were reported from Nilgiris district, particularly in Mudumalai Tiger ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

FMCGs eye organic food products, millets biz

Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies including ITC and Britannia, today evinced interest in foraying into the business of organic food products and millets. "Organic products are the future for package food products because more consumers are seeking ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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