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India opens its gates to inward food processing investment

India woos UK food and drink processors

By Rick Pendrous

The Indian government is on a mission to attract overseas investment to meet rising demand for processed foods among its 1.3bn population, which includes a rapidly growing urban middle class. Currently, just 7% of India’s agricultural produce is processed...

Pringles is was of the top five savoury snacks set to benefit from the Snackification trend

Global savoury snacks sales to hit £103bn by 2020

By Michael Stones

Global savoury snack sales are predicted to top £103bn ($138bn) by 2020, as the ‘snackification’ trend continues to grow, according to new research from consumer insights firm Canadean.

William (left) and Charlies Eid have ambitious plans

Signature plans to open 20 bakeries in India

By Rick Pendrous

Signature International, which already has a production facility built to European standards in the city of Nashik – 200 miles north of Mumbai – has plans to build 20 flatbread manufacturing plants across the Indian subcontinent within the next five to...

Big business opportunities could exist through the Gate to India

Manufacturers urged to take passage to India

By Nicholas Robinson

India could be the ‘new China’ for food and drink manufacturers looking to increase margins and supply emerging markets in Asia, two industry experts have claimed.

Honeytop: Rapid expansion

Honeytop to open new bakery in India in Q2, 2011

By Elaine Watson

Honeytop Speciality Foods has invested £3m to build a new factory in India that will supply naan bread and chapattis to India and the wider Asian and Australian markets.

ABF acquires Patak’s

ABF acquires Patak’s

By Rod Addy

Associated British Foods (ABF) may have paid substantially less than the £200M speculated by the press for Indian food business Patak’s, according...

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