- Jul31By Anuradha Sawhney
This week, environment minister Prakash Jayadekar announced the government’s decision to disallow field trials of 13 genetically modified or GM crops. Earlier, these trials were all set to be
- Jul10By Anuradha Sawhney
One of my very favourite dishes since childhood has been rajma chawal that is kidney beans with rice. It is an irresistible combination for my family especially
- Jul03By Anuradha Sawhney
Is it raining where you stay? It hasn’t as yet rained in Pune which is where I live. It’s hot and humid in the day and difficult to
- Jun19By PTI
Soft drink giant Pepsico India Holdings Pvt Ltd has won a legal battle in the Delhi High Court over the trademark 'Aquafina' used for its packaged drinking water.
- Jun12By Anuradha Sawhney
While many westerners still think of India as the land of elephants and snakes, many also think of it as the land of curry. Indian restaurants all over the
- Jun08By PTI
Two years after its launch, Tata group firm Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TGBL), which formed a JV with PespsiCo India, is contemplating introducing its nutrient water brand 'Tata Water Plus'
- Jun05By Anuradha Sawhney
Recently thousands of mangoes were destroyed by the food and drug administration (FDA) in Maharashtra. Reason? These mangoes were artificially ripened by the usage of a chemical called
- May23By PTI
Global foods and beverages major PepsiCo will source cashew from small farmers in Maharashtra under its new partnership with the Clinton Foundation that will benefit up to 15,000 growers.
- May22By Anuradha Sawhney
There is a vegetable which is supposed to be high in carbohydrates and rich in sugar, yet is considered excellent for health. In fact, it has been used as
Ever thought of pairing wine with mithai, chaat or even utthapam? Sounds weird but would taste quite scrumptious too assures chef and writer Michael Swamy, who has come out with