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World Food Prices Fall Sharply In March Because Of Coronavirus, Oil Slump

The dairy price index dropped 3%, driven by declining quotations and slowing global import demand for skim and whole milk powders, while the meat index fell by 0.6%.

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Domino's Pizza, ITC Foods Partner To Deliver Essential Items As Indians Stay Home

To avail the service, customers need to use the latest version of the Domino's app, click on Domino's Essentials section and use digital payment mode to complete the order.

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GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Merges With Hindustan Unilever Limited

This is one of the largest deals in the FMCG sector in recent times and will lead to significant value creation for all stakeholders

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Mother Dairy offers to set up additional kiosks amid COVID-19 lockdown

Mother Dairy has also taken measures to ensure social distancing is practiced by the buyers who come to purchase essentials at its stores.

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HUL Share Price Jumps 8 Pc After Acquiring Vwash Brand From Glenmark

HUL is India's largest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company with its products touching the lives of nine out of ten households in the country.

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Nestle CEO Tells Staff To Get Ready For Coronavirus Storm

"This is the moment for extra effort, for going the extra mile," Schneider said in a message to staff, distributed internally on Friday.

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COVID-19: Mother Dairy To Ensure No Disruption Of Milk Supply In Delhi-NCR

Mother Dairy sells more than 30 lakh litres of milk per day in Delhi-NCR and operates a network of around 850 milk booths in the region.

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The Thickshake Factory Goes All Out To Ensure A Hygienic Customer Experience, Huge Surge In Online Orders

Employee and Customer care are accorded the highest priority here and willingness to implement this since February has led to actions that are ensuring safe feeling for The ThickShake factory customers at stores.

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McDonald's, Starbucks limit dine-in service in US to slow coronavirus

Shares of McDonald's, Shake Shack and Starbucks closed down about 16%, while U.S.-listed shares of Restaurant Brands slumped 22% in broader market losses.

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How Modern trade businesses are adapting with the new age Kirana

Adapting with the new age Kiranas can be hugely beneficial for large retailers and consumers alike.

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Cleaning Product Makers Race To Labs To Bolster Coronavirus Claims

At stake are potentially billions of dollars in sales. Consumers spent nearly $22 billion on surface cleaners globally and another $1.43 billion on cleaning wipes in 2019.

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Domestic Coffee Prices Edge Down In Vietnam On Coronavirus Fears

Vietnam offered 5% black and broken grade 2 robusta at a premium of $160 per tonne to the January contract on Thursday, compared to last week's range of $145-$155.

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J&J Ordered To Pay $1.7 Million To Three Australian Women In Pelvic Mesh Class Action

J&J has faced similar lawsuits in the United States, Canada and Europe. In October, it agreed to pay nearly $117 million to resolve claims in 41 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.

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Starbucks To Launch Beyond Meat Plant-Based Breakfast Sandwich In Canada

Starbucks has been working to build out its food business, which currently makes up at least 20% of revenue at company-operated stores, and to increase its plant-based offerings for more environmentally sustainable operations.

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Starbucks To Launch Beyond Meat Plant-Based Breakfast Sandwich In Canada

Starbucks has been working to build out its food business, which currently makes up at least 20% of revenue at company-operated stores, and to increase its plant-based offerings for more environmentally sustainable operations.

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