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Indians prefer premium buys despite consumer slowdown

Source: The Economic Times, Aug 21, 2014

NEW DELHI/KOLKATA: Indians increasingly prefer premium variants of consumer products despite a slowdown in overall consumer spending, and marketers now roll out as many premium products as… 525 more words

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Employers turn to interim managers as competition for talent increases

There has been a shift in the recruitment market, with a 15 per cent increase in demand for interim managers, as reported by the Interim Management Association… 294 more words


The Future Of Food, Mapped Out For The Next 10 Years

One meal in San Francisco provides a glimpse at the future of food–and it sure looks fancy. (RT @AllFoodExperts: RT @kristenfotter: Where innovation meets food “@FastCoExist: The future of food…

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Walmart, others retailers catch on to a nimbler approach to innovation - Omaha World-Herald

Walmart, others retailers catch on to a nimbler approach to innovation
Omaha World-Herald
Walmart then solicited feedback from customers in the site’s social community, so that the responses could be used to spot food trends.

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13 packs that add extra to the ordinary

This month many Londoners have been lucky enough to bear witness to British artist Lucy Sparrow taking an everyday cornershop and catapulting it into the art world with her felt FMCG creations.  275 more words


OPEC daily basket price closes lower

Vienna, Aug 14 (IANS/WAM) The basket of 12 crude oils of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stood at $100.88 a barrel Wednesday, compared to $101.66 Tuesday, according to the OPEC Secretariat. 50 more words


PDFA launches new milk brand La Pure

In a market scenario where consumers are constantly questioning the quality of milk or milk products they are consuming, Progressive Dairy Farmers Association (PFDA) along with Progressive Dairy Solution (PDS) has launched milk and milk products brand La Pure that promises consumers 100% purity of its products. 349 more words

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