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What can you expect at a gathering that attracts the most eclectic bunch of cognoscenti from the Food Retail industry? As is customary at the annual India Food Forum (organised by IMAGES Group and publisher of FoodService India), Day 2 of the conclave, designated as Indian Food Service Forum, rippled with energy and its usual share of heat and light that the conferences, exhibitions, live shows and networking sessions radiated. Industry mavens who spoke on different themes and topics at the panel discussions threw up interesting insights on the foodservice industry.

Discussions also led to information on trends, emerging concepts and categories, understanding consumer behaviour, and on marketing and F&B promotion strategies – all of which, as everyone agreed, require joint efforts of both suppliers and retailers. Pages 22 to 43 of this issue of the magazine offers a conspectus of the action at the India Food Forum. Turn to pages 34 to 43 to fi nd out about the winners of PepsiCo-IMAGES Food Service Awards. The winners were awarded glittering trophies and citations for demonstrating excellence in F&B operations across multiple formats. The selection process for the Awards involved inviting entries from the nation’sleading food service operators across multiple categories. The Awards’ Jury comprised eminent personalities from the fi elds of business, media, and research and consulting. The Jury analyzed key performance metrics such as growth in top line sales and retail presence, sales per square foot, same store sale growth and also studied the impact of IT application, innovation, marketing, supplierrelations and employee practices.

My congratulations to the winners and my heartfelt tha

Survey reveals that breakfast is not a favourite cooking moment for Indian moms

If making breakfast is an art, more often than not, the mother in the family happens to be the artist. It is regularly pegged as the most important meal of the day. But in the madness of rushed mornings, is it even possible for the artist to give it its due? To gain deeper insights into it, V-Guard, country’s leading electrical appliance brand partnered with Momspresso. com, India’s largest user-generated content platform that allows women to express themselves through different formats including text, audio and video across ten languages, to conduct a nationwide survey with 500 Indian moms.

Survey reveals that breakfast is not a favourite cooking moment for Indian moms

1 min

Burger Singh to open 66 franchise outlets in the next 2 years

Burger Singh, the burger chain popular for its big burgers with an Indian twist, has become a name that’s on the favourite burgers list of every foodie. With an appetite as big as that of its customers, the famed burger chain is now heading for aggressive expansion across the country.

Burger Singh to open 66 franchise outlets in the next 2 years

2 mins

Zomato acquires UberEats India for approx Rs. 2,500 crore

Zomato has acquired Uber’s Food Delivery Business in India in an all-stock deal. Uber will have 9.99 percent stake in the Deepinder Goyalled food delivery platform.

Zomato acquires UberEats India for approx Rs. 2,500 crore

2 mins

How Smart Technology Can Lead The Way For Safe Eating Environments

As many forms of consumption drivers come together to fuel the growth of Indian food and beverage service retail industry, there is an increased focus on food safety, especially in terms of food preparation, packaging and distribution.

4 mins

Millennials are looking for food that goes back to the roots

The millennials are very much aware of the benefits of healthy food; so the farm-to-table approach is growing and there is a boom in the demand for organic food cooked with sustainable methods. Chef Raji Gupta, in a conversation with FoodService India, throws light on the future of the food industry, changing trends and choices of people and the importance of catering to the evolving demands of customers.

Millennials are looking for food that goes back to the roots

3 mins

Éminences grises of foodservice industry ring down the curtain on India Food Forum 2020

India Food Forum returned for its 13th edition at the Renaissance Convention Centre at hotel Renaissance Mumbai on 5-6 February where the crème de la crème of India foodservice industry came together on Day 2 of the event to offer insightful takeaways on the innovations in food retailing, HoReCa and food technology, and also ensuring that all those attending the day’s deliberations were empowered with the products and insights that would help to maximise the opportunities offered by India’s vast consumer universe.

Éminences grises of foodservice industry ring down the curtain on India Food Forum 2020

10+ mins

Thinking out of the box

Benjamín Calleja is the founder and CEO of Livit, one of the world’s top restaurant design firms. He shares his views with us on the role of design and technology in creating restaurants that are profitable and efficient as well as great on guest experience.

Thinking out of the box

8 mins

A childhood passion becomes a profession

A childhood passion turned into a full-blown career for Chef Shaurya Veer Kapoor, Head Chef, Gola Sizzlers (A Naresh Gola Group). In a conversation with FoodService India, he discusses the changing tastes of Indian consumers and how he has created the themes for the diners at Delhi-based Gola Sizzlers and Cafe Hawkers.

A childhood passion becomes a profession

5 mins

A bar that does not burn a hole in your pocket

Yudhveer Singh, Founder of Delhi-NCR based The Beer House Café, in a conversation with the FoodServcie India, highlights the unique features of his establishment and the market strategy it has adopted to stay relevant in a competitive market.

A bar that does not burn a hole in your pocket

3 mins

“People look for quirky things and innovative concepts in summers”

Amit Johari, Co-Founder, House Of Commons, which is located at Connaught Place, Central Delhi, talks to FoodService India about how summer trends differ from the other seasons in terms of the choice of beverages & appetisers, and on the profitability prospects for restaurants during the season.

“People look for quirky things and innovative concepts in summers”

5 mins

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foodService India Magazine Description:

PublisherImages

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

foodService India, the Indian edition of foodService Europe & Middle East, is India's most authoritative trade publication on the HoReCa sector in India. This magazine is a comprehensive source of industry information, market trends & insights and takes stock of the Indian foodservice sector in a holistic manner. It also serves to create a platform for all stakeholders in the foodservice sector to initiate discussions, collaborate and work in unison. The target readers of the magazine are the high potential decision makers of the hospitality industry. This magazine is distributed to Managing Directors, CEO's, Directors, GMs, F&B Managers, Executive Chefs and other decision makers of food brands, restaurant chains, institutional caterers, hotel chains, pubs, bars, taverns, food suppliers, interior designers& architects.

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