Bread and biscuits account for 82 % of Indian bakery industry
The annual production of bakery products which includes bread, biscuits, pastries, cakes, buns, rusk etc is estimated to be 50 lakh tonnes in 2004-05 with estimated value of Rs 69 billion.
Biscuit industry reels under high taxation
Heavy taxes as well as steep increase in the prices of raw materials like wheat flour, vanaspati, sugar, skimmed milk powder continue to be the major hurdles for the growth of the Indian biscuit industry
AIBMA to identify gray areas
The declining trend in growth is now a major concern for the bread industry in India. The annual growth in the bread industry has been 10 per cent during 1980-90, while production declined to 7.25 per cent during 1991-96
Bakery Industry: Challenges & opportunities
In India till recent year among the bakery products only bread was identified by the common public and that too it was considered as sickman's diet.
Karnataka bakeries on expansion mode
Bakeries across Karnataka are on a massive expansion drive to cater to the demand of the clients.
Problems of bakery sector
Across Karnataka, bakeries are facing a serious manpower crunch. This is because there are few takers among the hotel management graduates in the state where these candidates prefer to take up jobs at the star category hotels.
Monginis - baked to perfection
The brand that has grown remarkably in the form of the hugely-successful Monginis Cake Shop franchise network being run all over India today, owns state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities
Saint Cinnamon to enter India
Indian foodies are going to be spoilt for choice as Canada based Saint Cinnamon Bakery Ltd. plans to enter India.
The old & famous Irani bakeries
A long time ago, in an old part of Bombay, sorry Mumbai, called Dhobitalao, there was an Irani restaurant called Bastani's.
Golden Gaylord & its fabulous bake shop
Located at a stone-throw-away near Churchgate station, Gaylord, almost a half-a-decade old bake shop stands ever green and clean since 1956 to cater to the palates of the urbanites from south Mumbai.
Birdy's spreading wings across India
The striking combination of crimson walls with green panelling and a pinewood ceiling welcomes you to not only vibrant and warm ambience but also inimitable variety of delectable cakes and pastries opening the door to unique bakery
IBC gifts New Yorkers the Indian sandwich
"You probably cannot find a ''naanwich'' or a ''naanini'' on the streets of New Delhi, but you can in Greenwich Village, now that the Indian Bread Co. is making creative use of naan, the traditional Indian flatbread
Liberty speciality fats: Have your bakery product and eat it tool
One of today's challenges for the bakery food manufacturer is to identify strategies to commercialise products which are reduced in saturated and trans fatty acid content while delivering the finished product attributes expected by the consumer.
Naik Ovens hits a 100
"The future of the bakery industry is very bright and the awareness on bakery products has increased a lot, both in the rural and urban areas", says Ashish Sirsat, one of the partners of the Naik Oven Manufacturing Company located at Thane.
Muhlenchemie Nensey plans baking lab in India
Flour additive major Muhlenchemie Nensey plans to set up a full fledged baking laboratory in the next three months with complete technical support from their technology centre in Germany.
World fair iba back in Munich in Oct. 2006
The New Munich Trade Fair Centre will again be turned into an Eldorado for bakers and confectioners for seven days in October 2006.
Ruchi Soya - Makes bakers job easier
Ruchi Soya is considering entry into value added speciality bakery fats which will cater to food service industry and retail bakeries.
Indian bakery ingredients market registers 20 % growth
Bakery ingredients market is valued at Rs 500 crore in the country and is registering a growth rate of 20 per cent.