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A Food And Beverage News Special
November 1-15 2010

Hotel industry in India to be driven by domestic tourism
If one has ever travelled amidst the impeccable beauty surrounding the Sahyadri ranges of western Maharashtra chances are scarce that he goes untasted by the insurgency of emotions evolving in his treacherous journey filled with detour yet exhilarated beauty that nature has to unfold.

Indian restaurant industry is on right track
There are many raison d'ętre which show rosy pictures ahead for the Indian restaurants industry. The diverse culinary habits, range of cuisines, rising incomes, healthy change in the lifestyle are some major factors behind the growth of restaurants in the country.

It's a huge task and I will contribute my best: Kamlesh Barot
An interview with Kamlesh Barot, Director, Barot Hotels Pvt. Ltd, the newly elected president of Hotel & Restaurant Association Western India (HRAWI)

Selja assures all help to hospitality sector
Kumari Selja, Union Minister for Tourism, said that the infrastructure that had been developed in Delhi for the recently concluded Commonwealth Games 2010 would work as the launching pad for future events in India and attract a large number of tourists to the country.

Restaurants growth driven by rising “eating out” factor
Indian restaurant industry is driven by the growing eating out factor. This calls for quick services, variety in cuisine and value for money. Restaurants are gearing for a massive expansion in seating capacity for the consumers.Fine dining is preferred only during weekends.

Top hotels in US, UK sprucing up in a downturn
The hotel industry in the US, still in the doldrums from the slowdown in leisure and business travel, is generally not taking on many major designs or other big projects. But there are exceptions. Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide is planning guest room redesigns for its Sheraton and Westin brands.

Restaurant industry: What’s on the Menu Post-Recession?
Affected by the economy, consumers continue to seek value when dining out, but they’re open to fresh culinary experiences. Ethnic breakfasts, new sandwich forms, and healthful options are fuelling foodservice spending.

Hotel industry bets on economic resurgence to revive its fortunes
Brigade Hospitality is a cent percent subsidiary of the Brigade Group which is one of the leading property developers in south India. Its properties range from the premium to the value for money segment.

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