Cadbury Bournville – The Chocolate with a Legacy

A piece of chocolate is something that most people, young and old, savour. “A little chocolate doesn’t hurt”, I often find assuring myself whenever any weight issue pops up in the mind. The self-assurance works like magic and kicking aside all doubts I reach out for a piece (albeit a small one) of Bournville. Cadbury,
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Okay, so you know the niche for this blog is ‘Brands that touch our lifestyle’, and what could touch our lives more than the food we eat? Yes, you guessed it right. My focus for the fortnight is food brands. In the blistering summer, when heat brings down your zest quotient, a dollop of ice cream
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By Somali K Chakrabarti Made In China goods set new Indian standards                                                                                        –  The
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“Hilsa fish can be a global brand like salmon & tuna,” tweeted Dr Nirmalya Kumar.   Though a vegetarian by choice, yet coming from a Bengali family, it is unlikely for me to escape the mention of hilsa, albeit a branded one. The concept hasn’t worked out so far or may even sound alien, but when Dr Nirmalya Kumar,
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  Tata Nano, once heralded as the world’s cheapest car has undergone a massive makeover. India’s answer to Ford’s Model T that was meant for migrating millions of Indians from two wheelers to four wheelers, Tata Nano was considered the model for disruptive innovation. The concept of a lakhtakia gaadi had caught the fancy of people
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The month of April, went by in a Jiffy. I started this blog taking the #AtoZChallenge, with the theme ‘Brands that people identify with’. The challenge gave me the much needed push to start my 2nd blog after Scribble and Scrawl.  I thoroughly enjoyed the mental acrobatics involved, and in the process I have zeroed in on the niche for this
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