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A Food And Beverage News Special
December 16-31 2009

It’s champagne time for the Indian hotel industry
After braving recession and the terror attack crunch, the Indian hospitality industry has been one of the first sectors to recover. Hotels and restaurants in metros and tier I & II cities across the country have witnessed an increase in occupancy since August this year.

Growing tourism, disposable incomes big boon for Indian restaurant industry: NRAI
With an objective to promote, encourage, support and execute schemes for the maintenance of high standard in restaurants in India – the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) was set up in 1982.

The Food Festival Trend
The food festivals organised across hotels and retaurants in the nation take the popularity of the cuisines one step further. Such festivals provide a golden opportunity to the gourmets to treat their taste buds with exotic, native as well as international dishes.

Nakul Anand elected president of HAI
Nakul Anand, the chief executive – hotels division of ITC and permanent invitee to the corporate management committee, has been elected president of the Hotel Association of India (HAI). He replaces Priya Paul, chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels.

Eating out to get costlier as AHAR plans increase in menu prices
Eating out at restaurants and hotels could get costlier in the coming days as the industry body has asked its members to raise prices following an increase in input costs. “We have asked our members, numbering 6,000 in Mumbai, to raise the menu prices by at least 30%,” said Chandrasekhar Shetty, president, Association of Hotels & Restaurants (AHAR).

Best Western chain plans 100 hotels in India
Best Western, which is one of the world’s largest chain of hotels and currently has 11 operational hotels in the country, is aiming to expand its network to 100 hotels over the next seven years. The hospitality giant will open five new properties in the country by the end of the year, taking its count to 16 hotels in India.



 
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