Ever since the invention of the computer, a question always came up for debate: Technology – A Boon or A Doom? While we wouldn’t weigh in on our opinion on other industries, one thing we strongly vouch for is how technology has shaped up the future of the food industry.
Everyone in the world knows India as the BreadBasket of the world. The total agriculture commodities export of India was US$ 3.50 billion in March–June 2020. Crazy number, right? Imagine how much the country would be producing and consuming if it can export such a large amount of agricultural produce.
The year 2020 was all doom. Industries were facing breakdowns. F&B industry was one of the worst-hit. Some of the companies succumbed to it. But, not everything was gloom and doom as it gave rise to a concept, one that has already gained a lot of eyeballs. It’s the Home
Introduction The food industry is known to be one of the most lucrative industries. With the concept of eating out and outsourcing food services becoming more popular and evolved, the chances of profitable venturing are high. Due to the pandemic, we have seen new kinds of food business ideas taking
Introduction Owning a food business be it a restaurant, cloud kitchen, or a food truck, comes with a lot of responsibility. The Indian government promotes entrepreneurship in the food industry. At the same time, they also want the population to have access to good quality food prepared in hygienic environments.
Introduction A good geographical location can do wonders for your newly opened restaurant. For instance, think about the entire footfall that a particular location in the center of the shopping arcade will bring to your casual dining restaurant which is directly opposite the largest university in town. Well, this is