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Cold Chain Quickie #20- Chai Ice Cream #ColdChainIndia

Published On May 20, 2015, by .

We came across this innovative idea of Chai Ice Cream. What better than ice cream during summer months and to top it off with a flavor of the most loved beverage in India- Tea. The country consumes 8.37 lakh tonnes of tea annually with the per capita consumption of 0.8…

Cold Chain Quickie #19 – Food retail market will reach USD 8,542 Bn globally in 2020

Published On May 15, 2015, by .

Rise in the global population, changing customer preferences, and emerging economies are making the way for the food retail industry. It is a dynamically progressing industry and contributes to the development of several industries such as food packaging. Rising middle-class population is creating growth opportunities for food retail market and…

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Cold Chain Quickie #18 – India’s Grocery Market To Become The Second Largest In The World

Published On March 12, 2015, by .

India’s first international modern grocery retail store opened in Mumbai in the year 2006.  A lot has changed since then. Today, the country has more than 400 such Hyper-markets. The retail market has grown more competitive in the recent years and this has forced retailers to provide better customer-oriented services….

Protecting Our Food Supplies – ColdChainQuickie #17

Published On October 14, 2014, by .

In an effort to ensure global food security, 10,000 new varieties of crops from around the world are being added to the ‘doomsday’ seed vault in the Arctic. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, on an island off Norway’s northern coast, already stores 825,000 samples of seeds, which represent 13,000 years…

ColdChainQuickie #16 – Fresh Foods are #1 on Millennials Minds

Published On September 11, 2014, by .

Millennials are a new generation of young adults with high purchasing power and an insatiable diet for new experiences and adventures. They are spending money differently than previous generations, preferring to throw cash at new experiences and to reward socially responsible companies that they can connect with and that they deem…