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Poor hygiene: ICH asked to close down 21.10.2017 Hindu: News
Food safety officials conducted raids on the Indian Coffee House (ICH) in Spencer Junction on Friday following a complaint of food poisoning. The restaurant was functioning in unhygienic conditions. ...
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1st Food Truck in the Nation Adds Germ Killing VioSafe Lights 20.10.2017 New Kerala: World News
BOSTON and TROY, N.Y: What do you do when your award winning food trucks are sidelined after an E.coli outbreak? The Boston-based Chicken and Rice Guys decided to shine a light on food safety - literally - adding antibacterial lights that actually kill germs while illuminating the workspace. Who knew?
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NRCB signs agreement with AP govt. 20.10.2017 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
To develop technologies relating to banana production
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Jaggery unit raided in Bhadravathi 20.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Continuing the crackdown on units allegedly engaged in producing spurious jaggery in Bhadravathi taluk, officials of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and the Department of Health and F...
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MPC minutes: Bleak chances of rate cuts in Dec 19.10.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
The minutes of the October policy meetings of the monetary policy committee (MPC) suggest that there will not be a cut in the December policy as well, unless the Q2 growth numbers surprise, said a brokerage report. Though the economy has bottomed out in the first quarter and retail inflation may stay under 3% in October, since core inflation is likely to be above 4%, we expect the rates to remain unchanged even in the December policy, said Japanese brokerage Nomura. "Retail inflation is likely to moderate to under 3% in October, but since the drop is driven by food prices, core inflation is likely to stay above 4% amid rising risks of a fiscal slippage, we expect rates to stay unchanged in the December 6 meeting," the brokerage said in a note. While MPC member Ravindra Dholakia and Michael Patra of the central bank are likely to continue to vote for a cut and a pause, respectively, the response of the other four members will depend on how well growth holds up. "The divergence in views of Dholakia and ...
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MPC minutes: Bleak chances of rate cuts in Dec, says Nomura 19.10.2017 News
MPC member Ravindra Dholakia and Michael Patra of the central bank are likely to continue to vote for a cut
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MPC minutes: Bleak chances of rate cuts in December, says Nomura 19.10.2017 HBL: Home
The minutes of the October policy meetings of the monetary policy committee (MPC) suggest that there will not be a cut in the December policy as well, unless the Q2 growth numbers surprise, said a br...
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Event on quality planting materials 19.10.2017 The Assam Tribune
Event on quality planting materials
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LT Foods eyes organic growth in the US 19.10.2017 DNA: Mumbai
LT Foods is looking to gain a market share of 8% in the branded organic food market in the US over the next couple of years. In line with this, the company recently launched its organic food brand 'EcoLife' in the US. The management will be aggressively working towards increasing the market share of its organic food brand to anywhere between 12% and 15% over the next five years. The BSE-listed global foods brand, which has a presence in over 65 countries, has invested $5 million in opening its own ready-to-heat organic rice plant in the US and is expecting to generate revenue of $21 million in next five years. According to Ashwani Arora, chief executive officer and managing director, LT Foods, the company is continuously diversifying its product offerings to take a lead in the growing and emerging segments. "The market size for ready-to-heat rice products in the US currently stands at approximately $265 million and it is growing at 14% year on year. We already have a strong presence in the US through our ...
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Planning to gift dry fruits this festive season? Here's what you should know 18.10.2017 New Kerala: World News
New Delhi , Oct 18 : The festive season is here and Diwali is knocking on your door. The festival of lights also brings in its wake happiness, family get-togethers and lots of delicious food. Out of the varieties of foods available for Diwali celebrations, dry fruits and nuts are perhaps one of the most popular.
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A Modi govt move that could hurt imports from China badly 18.10.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
The new requirements have meant supply disruptions just ahead of the Diwali festive season
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A Modi govt move that could hurt China imports badly 18.10.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
The new requirements have meant supply disruptions just ahead of the Diwali festive season
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Railways to partner FSSAI to improve food safety in trains 17.10.2017 BusinessLine - News
Third party safety audit on the cards, says CEO of food safety body
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50 German students visit Chandigarh to strengthen bilateral links 17.10.2017 Education
As part of their tour of India to strengthen India-German bonds and widen their own cultural horizon, a group of 50 students from five schools in Germany visited Chandigarh on Tuesday, a programme organiser said.
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Why world hunger isn't going away as fast as we'd hoped 17.10.2017 Minnesota Public Radio: News
There have been decades of progress in the fight against hunger. But the rosy numbers don't tell the whole story.
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WPI to average 2.8% in 2018: Nomura 17.10.2017 Hindu: Business
Wholesale Price Inflation is expected to moderate further in the coming months, and is likely to average 2.8% in 2018, says a Nomura report.According to the Japanese financial services major, a mode...
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Railways playing with lives of people: Sena on Tejas Express food poisoning 17.10.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Shiv Sena's comments come two days after 26 people on Mumbai-bound Tejas Express from Goa fell due to suspected food poisoning
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WPI to moderate further in coming months; average 2.8% in 2018: Nomura 17.10.2017 News
A moderation in WPI inflation in the coming months is likely owing to falling vegetable prices and favourable base effects
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Feeding a billion: Evaluating India’s progress at eliminating hunger 17.10.2017 Hindu: National
While food production is still not insulated from the vagaries of nature - which can vacillate between extremes - ranging from the floods which ravaged parts of Northern India this year, to the extant drought in the South, anthropogenic factors are holding back India’s quest to attain food security.
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Nomura expects WPI inflation to average 2.8% in 2018 17.10.2017 BusinessLine - Economy
WPI inflation is expected to moderate further in the coming months, and is likely to average 2.8 per cent in 2018, says a Nomura report. According to the Japanese financial services major, moderat...
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