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How this startup is changing the way we eat

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NuttyFox, a healthy snack brand by Vaaya Foods, was launched in Bangalore in late October 2019. Since then, the company organically sold over 7k packs of NuttyFox. Subhashish Bharuka, Founder & CEO, NuttyFox says that the company has got really good response for the first product which is Gourmet Makhana (Foxnuts). It is selling well on Amazon and currently present at 5 POS.

McDonald’s India launches contactless delivery

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Westlife Development, the company that owns and operates McDonald’s restaurants in West and South India through its wholly-owned subsidiary, has launched contactless delivery service to deliver food to the customers’ doorstep. The company said it is ensuring that food reaches customers without being touched by bare hands and delivered safely with adequate social distancing measures.

Changing trends in food retail

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India's largest food retail intelligence event, India Food Forum 2020, focused on massive emerging opportunities in cloud kitchens, food delivery systems and start-ups in the food space. Some interesting trends were addressed by prominent speakers of top firms like Technopak Nielsen, Deloitte, PwC at the Forum which was held at Hotel Renaissance, Mumbai.

Samosa Singh announces pilot association with Reliance Smart

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Indian snacking startup Samosa Singh announced its pilot association with Reliance Smart Superstores to bring India’s favorite snack to its shoppers. The association is part of the ongoing efforts by Samosa Singh to expand its consumer presence in modern trade stores through delivering exciting innovation and snacking experience, alliances and Reliance Smart is the perfect collaboration in that direction. 

Coronavirus outbreak: Mask, sanitizer & gloves sales are skyrocketing

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Amid the coronavirus alarm in India, the sale of face masks, sanitizer, and gloves have soared in the country. India's manufacturing industry has gone into overdrive to produce more such personal protective equipment to leverage the growing domestic and global market. Face masks have become increasingly scarce and demand continues to skyrocket as China and a dozen other countries around the world, battle the novel COVID-19 disease, which has killed more than 2,700 people and infected approximately more than 80,000 people.