Frozen food maker WestCoast is betting on tilapia to boost India’s nutritional intake—and the company’s bottom line.

Can Bira make it in the Big Apple?

India’s first bottled craft beer has impressed the desi drinker. It is now turning to the world’s craft beer capital for some extra fizz.

The toast of Odisha

Can Srikumar Misra’s Milk Mantra be the model for an entrepreneur-led white revolution?

Rebuilding Nestlé: No instant fix

Maggi was Nestlé India’s biggest crisis, but the company is not out of the woods now that the instant noodles are back. New chairman and managing director Suresh Narayanan’s task is to put the sheen back on brand Nestlé.

Jobs Made in India

A whole range of gourmet products, from artisanal chocolate to single-estate coffee to fine single malts, is pushing the unlikely agenda of Make in India. Changing consumer behaviour is fuelling demand for local products—and thereby employment.

The gold in your cellar

With a friendlier tax regime, investment in blue-chip wines could become the rage.

Binod Chaudhary: The friendly neighbourhood billionaire

How Binod Chaudhary built intricate friendships—and a noodles-to-construction empire—through Nepal’s bloodiest days.

Haute cakes

La Folie is the latest to join a brave band of bakers who have shaken up the top end with the right blend of panache and price.

Buff boom!

India’s Buffalo meat industry is taking over the world, but Narendra Modi is busy portraying it as a ruinous business. Which side has the stronger case?