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These 5 startups are ensuring doorstep delivery of groceries and essentials

While Dunzo, Bigbasket, Swiggy, and Zomato are the most popular in-demand apps during the coronavirus lockdown, other startups are helping in delivering essentials to consumers across the country.

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Food fraud: Ten states unable to ensure food security; 15% of all samples sub-standard

India is facing a food fraud problem with about ten states unable to ensure food safety and 15% of food samples failing to pass quality tests.

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How a Kerala mill shipped Rs 5-crore worth edible oil to Middle East despite lockdown

The family-owned Mezhukkattil Mill, which manufactures edible coconut oil, stuck in through logistical and procurement issues to meet demand across the globe. 

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There will be some impact on profitability in short term due to coronavirus: HUL

In terms of business impact of the lockdown, HUL said it has severely impacted the FMCG market and the loss of livelihoods has taken a substantial toll on consumer demand.

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Production at 80-90% of normative levels: Hindustan Unilever

The lockdown towards the end of March prompted several FMCG companies to temporarily halt production as well as shut their warehouses and distribution centres

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Prolonged lockdown pushed up grocery bills: Survey

Of those surveyed, LocalCircles found 25% consumers paid a similar price for goods purchased prior to and during the lockdown; 49% of those surveyed said they paid higher prices as discounts were lower once the lockdown commenced.

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FMCG companies tuning products to cash-strapped consumers’ means

The makers of cereal, toiletries and other supermarket staples in Bangladesh are increasingly working to reshape their product lines to keep cash-strapped consumers from trading down as the coronavirus pandemic continues to limit economic activities and cut incomes of millions of people.

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Dabur well placed to tap in post-Covid market: Mohit Malhotra

By Sanjeev Sharma New Delhi, June 2 (SocialNews.XYZ) Dabur India CEO Mohit Malhotra says as the world prepares for life after COVID-19, economies across the globe are more likely to look inwards. The same will... - Social News XYZ

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