Potential yet to be utilized
The total confectionery market in India has reached almost Rs 2,500 crore. There are four categories of confectionery in the organised sector - chocolate confectionery, sugar confectionery, gum and cereal bars.
To grow beyond 10% annually
indian chocolates industry is growing at a rapid pace. Cadbury's occupy about 70% of the chocolate/confectionery market with Dairy Milk, Five Star, Perk, Gems.
Deliciae discovers novel way of celebrating Diwali
Deliciae, the dessert café close to Out of the Blue restaurant in Mumbai offers an innovative way of celebrating Diwali with its exciting range of cakes and pastries. This move over traditional sweet meats is replaced by the cakes
Mama Mia launches range of gelato cakes
Gelataria chain Mama Mia's new outlet in Mumbai at Nepeansea Road has launched a range of gelato cakes. This 100% vegetarian range of gelato cakes will be available in all the Mama Mia outlets in Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata.
KMF's Nandini irresistible festive choice
The strategic diversification plan by Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) into sweets prepared with milk and ghee is now emerging as a viable and revenue generating stream for the Federation. KMF's Nandini milk products commenced operations
Cookies to grab a bigger bite this Diwali
With corporates and individuals placing bulk orders with Cookie Man during Diwali , traditional Indian sweet meats seems to being replaced by Australian cookies for festival gifts
Pidilite launches Chikkers Utsav pack
Pidilite Industries has launched Chikkers Chikki Bites Utsav gift pack for the festive season. It contains three varieties of Chikkers. It is priced at Rs 49 for 300 gm. It is styled in a Thousand and One Arabian Nights theme.
Chocolates all-time favourite Diwali gift
The festival of lights and lip smacking delights are synonymous. And befitting the bill, a special pack of chocolates and candies is an ideal Diwali gift. Sweet World, the pioneer in India of the international concept of Pick 'N' Mix sweets
Pops Food Products to focus on 50 paise bubble gum versions
In the wake of the Chinese bubble gum and chewing gum entry into India which is larger in size and affordable, players like Pops Food Products have devised a strategy to focus on the 50 paise product segment where they are registering a robust growth