Monthly Archives: November 2013

Indian Bakery Sector Worth $4.7 Billion & Growing

India’s bakery industry – estimated to be worth $4.7 billion in 2010 and expected to touch the $7.6 billion-mark by 2015, according to a report – is highly fragmented. The report added that it was the third-highest revenue-earner among the processed food industry, and biscuits contributed most significantly to the sector’s growth. The organized bakery read more »

UAS Bakery Training Unit Granted Rs 1 Cr To Open 27 Tumkur Bakeries

The Centre has granted the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bengaluru’s (UAS-B) Bakery Training Unit a sum of Rs 1 crore under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) to set up 27 bakeries within the next two years in Tumkur.  The funding would be for a period of 2 years “C” is the purpose of training read more »

New Restaurant Launches In Hyderabad And Bangalore

Parika Hospitality Services is planning to introduce three restaurants in Bangalore. The names of the restaurants are Parika, Kudla & Kanak. Parika & Kudla outlets are eclectic fine dining restaurants offering coastal delicacies and global cuisines.  Kanak is a banquet. Testa Rossa Café, which has a couple of outlets in Hyderabad (Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills) read more »

International Brands Enter India

Australian based coffee chain, Good Company Coffee plans to enter the Indian market by opening outlets in Mumbai , Hyderabad and Dehradun.  It also plans expansion  to Pune , Delhi & Bengaluru in future. They have a vision of opening around 50 outlets in the next three years. Good Company is premium lifestyle coffee chain read more »

Licenses & Permits For Restaurants In Maharashtra Reduced To Half

 The State Government took another step to revitalize Mumbai’s night life by reducing the formalities and number of licenses, permits, NOC, required to start up a new restaurant. The number has been reduced drastically from 38 to 19. Out of these 38 licenses, 11 would be stopped and 8 would be combined with the existing read more »