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These days almost every retailer is going online. Tech innovations either in front- end area or back-end sides are just helping the brands in making their omni-channel journey easy.
Worldwide, the retail grocery sector has become a battleground, with even non-grocery players (Amazon.com and peapod.com to name a few) in the fray, wanting a part of the food dollar.
Till now, Patanjali, has generated a revenue of Rs 5,000 crore for the year 2015-2016 and is all set to take on the business giants with an added investment of Rs 1000 Crore.
The total stake of foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in Nestle India observed a high time growth in the December quarter along with a trust that the company would come back strongly after lifting of the ban on its flagship product Maggi
After a lull of 2 years in a row, 2015 saw some steady growth in terms of deal makings for FMCG industry in India. With a new a fiscal lying ahead, here are some top foresights on the trends that will shape the FMCG and services industries in 2016.
A case was registered yesterday against CEO of Snapdeal Kunal Bahl and its founder Rohit Bansal for online sale of Nestle's instant noodles in five states including Rajasthan.
The Government will continue to pursue its Rs 640-crore class action suit filed in NCDRC against Nestle, even after company's instant noodles Maggi have made a comeback.
Swizz giant Nestle after getting a clearance nod from the government approved labs has started rolling out masala version of the popular instant noodle.
Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved Limited (PAL) has too announced the launch of its own brand of atta noodles which is likely to be available in the first week of November.
Good news for Maggi lovers as the very popular instant noodle brand is set to return to store shelves. Nestle have positively cleared the tests mandated by the Bombay High Court.
In a recent order by the Apex Court on Thursday, Nestle’s Maggi has to produce fresh samples of Maggi instant noodles for examination.