During his recent visit to Bangladesh, Arla CEO Peder Tuborgh experienced first-hand how Arla is bringing affordable nutrition to more consumers while also stepping up its commitment to support the sustainable growth of the local dairy sector.
Roughly 68% of all milk and milk products in India has been found to be in violation of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India's (FSSAI) standards – despite the regulators' recent proposal of a penalty of around US$14,000 (INR1m),...
Coca-Cola India’ says its latest product launch Minute Maid Smoothie hits the buttons for three of its core initiatives: Expanding its Health and Wellness portfolio, boosting its Fruit Circular Economy concept and adhering to two-thirds product localisation.
India may be the world’s second-biggest tea producer, but it has perennially struggled to develop brand names with domestic and international appeal, but this may now be starting to change with the growth of several new-generation speciality tea start-ups.
No one can accuse India's food regulator FSSAI of a lack of ambition or activity, as hardly a week goes by without a major new announcement, scheme or plans for new rules reaching my inbox, writes FoodNavigator-Asia Editor-in-Chief Gary Scattergood.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) says it has begun framing regulations for genetically-modified (GM) food, shortly after being accused of failing to restrict the import of such items.
Retail stores in parts of India such as Delhi-NCR, Punjab, and Gujarat were found selling illegal genetically modified (GM) foods, according to a report published by the Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) Pollution Monitoring Laboratory of India.