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Sree Vijaykumar
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One possible path forward for Snapdeal may come from Infibeam, its lesser-known competitor. An early entrant in the market, Infibeam didn't raise venture financing, and survived as a niche player. While it has maintained a business-to-consumer (B2C) presence that competes with Amazon and Flipkart, it has kept the cost of that operation under control and not tried to match their pricing. Furthermore, it launched BuildaBazaar.com to help other brick-and-mortar retailers launch their online stores. Infibeam later acquired a digital marketing agency to help these retailers with their marketing initiatives. BuildaBazaar's success shows how a small player can survive by finding a niche. More here.

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Mandatory fortification in India: Regulation set to compel firms to fortify edible oil and milk

The Food Safety and Standards Authority India (FSSAI) has revealed plans to make fortification mandatory for edible oil and milk over the next few months, in addition to intensifying its focus on local staples such as rice, wheat and salt.

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Data collection could help India tackle its food inflation problem

An app that uses field inputs from farmers to forecast harvest-time prices could help us contain market gluts and shortages

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Government has to step up spending before it's too late, says HUL Chairman Sanjiv Mehta

"Growth and controlling inflation have to move in tandem," he said. "There is a risk of inflation, but the bigger risk is the economy going into a tailspin. So there should be an aggressiveness with which we reduce the interest rates, clearly with the risk that there could be more inflation coming."

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Ayurvedic products less than 1 per cent of India's FMCG market: Kantar Worldpanel

The low sales contribution is despite more than a dozen leading companies flooding retail shelves with hundreds of natural and herbal variants over the past few years. While 89% of Indian households purchase ayurvedic products now compared to 76% four years ago, the entire segment contributes 0.8% of the total FMCG volume.

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Consumer groups to hold webinar on tobacco harm reduction

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