India: Retail Foods

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Due to COVID-19, India’s food retail sector has had to grapple with supply chain disruptions and adapt to a constrained operating environment. However, contacts remain optimistic over the sector’s longterm outlook and continue to see untapped growth. In fact, new opportunities have emerged from this situation as major retailers are investing in e-commerce and other avenues to market food and beverages while maintaining social distancing norms. Consumer preferences have also changed with increased demand for convenient and healthy food options, delivering new opportunities for suppliers of highvalue, consumer-oriented foods.

India: Retail Foods

 

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