The Food Safety & Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has rejected applications by Tata Starbucks, Ferrero, FieldFresh Foods, Kellog, Del Monte and McCain, who requested for product approvals. The national food regulator, FSSAI, pulled up these ... Business Insider India, 1 week ago
Items of Starbucks, McCain, others fail to meet FSSAI norms - Economic Times, 1 week ago
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In India, Starbucks is present in the form of a joint venture with the Tatas. Tata Starbucks, a 50:50 joint venture between Tata Global Beverages and Starbucks, had opened its first outlet in Mumbai in October 2012. Related News Coffee's Hot as IPO Could ...NDTV, 2 months ago
Around 32 applications by Tata Starbucks alone were disapproved. They included those for products such as puddings, sauces, mixes, syrups, tea and coffee. This was probably the single biggest set of product approvals request that was rejected by ...Global FoodMate, 1 day ago - FSSAI rejects product approval applications; urges FBOs to stick to norms FnBnews.com, 1 day ago
ve comes as the company looks to expand this club, which includes Tata Tea, Tetley, Himalayan, Eight O'Clock Coffee, and Tea Pix. A year after acquiring Australian coffee brand MAP, the Rs 7,833-crore Tata Global Beverages (TGB) is ...Agencyfaqs!, 8 hours ago TGBL Q4 profit declines 94.37 per cent to Rs 3.90 crore Economic Times, 22 hours ago Tata Global Beverages Q4 net falls 94.4% to Rs 3.9 cr Hindu Business Line, 23 hours ago Tata Global Beverages Q4 Net Declines 94.37% NDTV Profit, 22 hours ago
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Starbucks' (SBUX) CEO Howard Schultz at Bernstein Thirty-First Annual Strategic Decisions 2015 - Conference Call Transcript
Sara Senatore Good afternoon. Can everybody hear me? Good. Were going to kick it off because I know there are always a lot of questions when Howard joins us a bit. Im Sara Senatore, Bernstein's restaurant analyst and I do feel very fortunate to ...Seeking Alpha, 1 day ago
We are deeply saddened by the devastation caused by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal, which has affected more than eight million people. Our thoughts remain with those impacted by this tragic event. While Starbucks does not have a business ...Bloomberg, 4 weeks ago
Tata Global Beverages (TGB) today announced its results for the year ended FY2014-15. The company reported a steady growth in revenue and operating profits as compared to the prior year. For the financial year, income from operations at Rs7,993 ...Noodls, 23 hours ago TATA GLOBAL BEVERAGES : announces steady growth in revenues for FY2014-15 4 Traders, 19 hours ago
Year end Results for FY 2014-15 Consolidated Results Income from Operations for the year at Rs 7993 crs, up by 3% Profit from operations for the year at Rs 642 crs, up by 3% Tata Global Beverages Ltd. today announced its results for the ...4 Traders, 1 day ago Year end Results for FY 2014-15 Noodls, 1 day ago
Quartz Daily Brief—Nepal earthquake aftershocks, Tata's Xiaomi investment, Capgemini's Igate buy, Stephen Hawking on boy bands
What to watch for today Aftershocks and rescue efforts in Nepal. More than 3,600people have been confirmed dead after Saturday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake destroyedbuildings and caused landslides; strong aftershocks have hampered the recovery.Quartz, 1 month ago Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa—Nepal earthquake aftershocks, Tata's Xiaomi investment, EU bypasses Varoufakis, Stephen Hawking's boy band Quartz, 1 month ago
Research and Markets announced the addition of the"Fast Food Market in India 2015 2020"report to their offering, according to the firm's press release. The report provides analysis of the factors that have led to the growth of the fast food ...QSR Web, 1 day ago India Fast Food Market Report 2015 - 2020 Individual.com, 2 days ago Research and Markets: India Fast Food Market Report 2015 - 2020 TeleTrader.com, 2 days ago Fast Food Market in India - A $27.57 Billion Opportunity by 2020, Reveals New Market Research Report by NOVONOUS Digital Journal, 1 week ago
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