The Government of Bihar is committed for the inclusive economic development of the State. Though the state is primarily an agrarian state but contribution of secondary sector i.e. industries, in inclusive economic development of the state is of equal importance and therefore can't be ignored.

The order came on a review plea filed by an Agra resident for revival of his plea seeking direction to the petha units in Agra to stop using fuels like coal for manufacturing and not to dispose of

One assumes that the Maggi controversy would have led to a scramble for ‘safety’ certification from everybody associated with the food and beverage business.

Currently, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) allows use of cocoa butter in chocolates and not vegetable fats, whereas international food standards authority Codex permits 5 p

Mumbai: A recent study has suggested sound-labelling of appliances as a step towards curbing noise pollution in the country.

Organisations launch five-point action plan to boost business collaboration and customer awareness of food waste reduction efforts

Seven out of every 10 children in the age group of 13-15 years exercise for less than 60 minutes per day while more than one in five are overweight, placing them at a high risk of developing Non-Co

Supermarket giant Tesco has revealed that it will acquire all cocoa used for its own label chocolate, biscuits, cakes, deserts and cereal products sold in the UK from Rainforest Alliance Certified

The Paris Agreement marked a major breakthrough in support for climate action from many parts of the business community, including from key actors in the food and beverage sector. But despite significant progress, much work remains both to cut greenhouse gas emissions and to support the millions of people already hit by climate change.

The food regulator's proposal to relax norms for carbonated juices, allowing a lower threshold for their juice content, will trigger more launches in the fizzy drinks category, officials at beverag