• Oceans Secret: Canning the Secrets of Ocean
  • Cover Story

    Oceans Secret: Canning the Secrets of Ocean

    It’s official now, you can eat more fish! The U.S health department’s recent dietary guidelines advise adding more seafood (not the aquaculture or pisciculture fishes) to human diet to the tune of at least a couple of meals a week. It’s even better news for foodies that the fish can be served in any of their favorite ways - in a bowl, a roll or a steak. But the easiest way however is to simply open a can. Amidst all the scrumptious seafood canning, Canned Tuna wins the prize for its convenience, especially among Indian fish-lovers. It’s cost-effective, low in fat, packed with protein and portable. Indeed, the market research firm Mintel divulges that India is now the world’s fastest-growing market for packaged processed fish and seafood, outpacing Indonesia, Turkey, South...


Bridging Gaps - the Future of AI & IoT

Mahesh Lingareddy, Founder & Chairman, SMARTRON

The Changing Food Industry: Chances, Changes & Challenges

Chandrashekhar Basavanna, Co-Founder, OrgTree India.

Direct to Consumer Brand

Amuleek Singh Bijral, Founder & CEO, Chai Point

Be an Innovator, Be the Solution

Glenn Keller, Director - IT, CountryMark

Innovation: FoodTech industry's DNA

Saurabh Kochhar, Co-Founder & CEO, Foodpanda India

Air Purifier: Global Trends

Shuvendu Mazumdar, National Manager, SHARP Air Purifier

Why you should check the maturity of your Information Security System regularly?

Subramanya C, Chief Technology Officer, Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS)