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Gujarat major keen on tea lab

Guwahati, Oct. 19: The third biggest packet-tea company in the country, Gujarat-based Wagh Bakri Group, has evinced interest in setting up a quality-testing laboratory for small tea growers in Assam. Piyush Desai, the chairman and managing director ... Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago
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Owner looks at taking Wagh Bakri public

Workers pack tea bags at a Wagh Bakri plant. Photo: AFP Kolkata: Gujarat Tea Processors and Packers Ltd (GTPPL), one of India's biggest packaged tea producers, better known by its brand Wagh Bakri , is seeking to go public after its board recently ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Regional players like Wagh Bakri, Anmol biscuits and others giving HUL, ITC a headache

In its 19th year of existence, Aachi Masala says it is a Rs 1,000 crore company. A Rs 1,000 crore food company most readers outside South India would be hearing of for the first time. On food shelves in supermarkets and kirana stores, there are ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Regional players give HUL, ITC headache  Economic Times1 month ago

Candidates use festival to reach out to voters

NASHIK: Candidates from Nashik Central constituency used the occasion of Bakri Eid on Monday to reach out to voters ahead of the assembly polls. Forty percent of voters in the constituency are Muslim. Candidates visited the Idgah ground in Tribak ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
India Blooms

Greenpeace releases its report Hope Brewing-Kotagiri to Kachibari'

BANGALORE: On the occasion of World Food Day on October 16, Greenpeace released its report "Hope Brewing-Kotagiri to Kachibari', showcasing successfully running tea plantations using ecological approaches across India. These are stories of success, ...
 Times of India12 hours ago Non pesticide management is the future of tea cultivation: Greenp...  India Blooms4 days ago Greenpeace demands Indian govt to facilitate the phase out of pesticides in tea cultivation  Meri News4 days ago

Opportunity in the Indian Hot Drinks Market - 2014

More Coffee & Tea reports by Feedback Business Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd. Opportunity in the Indian Tea Market 2014 by Feedback Business Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd. Opportunity in the Indian Tea Market - 2014This report provides an insight ...
 MarketResearch.com5 days ago Tea companies pledge for pesticide-free tea  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago - Greenpeace report on pesticide residues in Indian tea - full of holes  FnBnews.com1 month ago Tea bags flavour of the season  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Think national, act local

Regional tea brands are expanding into other markets by creating blends that cater to local tastes Sohini Das | Ahmedabad October 12, 2014 Last Updated at 22:30 IST It's a tea-versus-chai battle between regional tea brands and multinational ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
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Agron Food Processing

Greenpeace welcomesTata Global Beverages Ltd announcement to promote ecological agriculture

Greenpeace India welcomed the announcement made by Tata Global Beverages Ltd, which highlights its vision to promote ecological agriculture and Non Pesticide Management (NPM) in tea cultivation, under the project Sustainable Plant Protection ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Tata Global Beverages : Greenpeace welcomesTata Global Beverages Ltd announcement to promote ecological agriculture  4 Traders2 weeks ago Tata Global Beverages Ltd announcement to promote ecological Agriculture applauded by Greenpeace  Agron Food Processing2 weeks ago

FMCG Newsletter - September 22 to 26, 2014

News this week Emami arm buys Rasoi Emami Biotech Ltd., the edible oil and bio-diesel arm of the Rs.8,000 crEmami Group of Companies has entered into an agreement with Kolkata based Rasoi Limited, the edible oil arm of Rasoi Group to acquire ...
 India Infoline3 weeks ago

Agrochem cos send legal notice to Greenpeace India

MUMBAI: Greenpeace India's claim that it has found pesticide residues in samples of leading Indian tea brands has been rebutted by the agrochemical industry, even as the tea industry contemplates its next move. of India (CCFI), the apex body ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Agrochemical companies send legal notice to Greenpeace over pesticide allegation  Economic Times1 month ago
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