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Moksha to Market II : Rise of Patanjali

Patanjali has been successful in creating a dent in the closely knit Indian FMCG industry, last seen in the 1980s by ITC. The dent created by a company emanating from Yogic wisdom has been able to capture the… 551 more words


Moksha to Market - Baba Ramdev

Why did I read this book?

I was strolling through the Indira Gandhi Delhi Airport (back from my trip to Haridwar) – I had to kill  time as my flight was delayed – when I chanced upon this book.

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Why dairy stocks with value-add portfolio may be immune from slaughter ban

We think that companies having higher revenue exposure to value-added products should be in a better position to cushion the impact.


The Centre’s ban on the sale of cows and buffaloes for slaughter is facing opposition in the courts and in the states, but if it goes through, there will be a very definite impact on the dairy sector. 556 more words


Get a bite of Patanjali's aggro, FMCG growth by buying into this oral care smallcap

The relatively unheard of player is JHS Svendgaard, a contract manufacturer for oral care products. It’s a turnaround story that grabs attention.


The FMCG space has been seized by turbulence due to the disruptive Patanjali entering the fray. 814 more words


Why ITC could be one of the bigger beneficiaries of the GST era


On expected lines, FMCG reacted positively as the government announced goods and services tax (GST) rates for most consumer goods post the GST Council meeting. 309 more words


$1m FMCG Food Manufacturing Co, Ibadan

Food Processing, production and marketing based around an everyday product for busy Nigerians. A comprehensive business plan is available to qualified investors. Led by a Nigerian in the UK, this project brings together an experienced local management team. Contact: Info@BritishAfrican.org


FMCG products to see decline in volume post GST: Britannia

Latest News – FMCG products will see a decline in volume in the short term with channel partners of companies keeping less stock in view of… 191 more words