Category Archives: Success Stories

Right Way To Reuse Frying Oil – Extend Shelf Life Of Frying Oil

By | March 23, 2018

Who does not love chips or doughnuts or french fries or onion rings? Indeed, everyone savours these crisp delicacies with tender, juicy inside. Frying, deep or shallow imparts various sensory upgrades in food and adds value to it. But, frying is tricky, it enhances the sensory qualities only when the food is dipped in fresh… Read More »

This Startup Converts Bread To Beer – Toast Ale

By | March 19, 2018

We all have eaten sandwiches and let’s admit, it’s an evolutionary concept! A wholesome meal, having ingredients from all the 5 basic groups (if prepared wisely). But, the only thing we really don’t find so appetizing about a loaf of bread is obviously the crust (ends of the loaf). It’s chewy, hard and has no… Read More »

OMG Is For Oh My Ganna – The New Age Sugarcane Juice!

By | February 26, 2018

Remember those hot summer days when, the scorching heat of the sun would make you lose all your energy? That was the time when a glass full of Sugarcane juice would come to the rescue. Loaded with freshness, having that zingy flavour of ginger and cooling flavour of mint would always make us want more… Read More »

This Startup Uses Mushroom For Packaging | Eco Friendly Packaging |

By | February 10, 2018

Imagine what our planet would look like in a thousand years, a planet where plastic surrounds us. There are various cons of plastics. The synthetic materials like plastic require huge amount of energy to create. Also, plastic has disposal issues. Furthermore, they are slowly poisoning our planet.Thus, with a mission to eradicate, this entrepreneur, Eben… Read More »

Grow these pencils into a plant – Jalebi Eco-Friendly,An Indian Innovation

By | June 30, 2017

Who would have thought that one would be able to plant their stub pencils and watch them grow into a tomato, brinjal or tulsi plant. Magic? Not if it’s Jalebi, an eco-friendly brand started by Renuka Shah, a mom and entrepreneur. She uses stone paper, manufactured from mining waste and waste plastic bottles and wood-free… Read More »

Why Bira Beer is becoming the latest fad among youngsters!

By | June 26, 2017

In this scroching heat of summer, there is nothing like a chilled beer and if you are a beerholic,then you must have tried once BIRA Beer. This Indian Brand is making it’s impact on international level and was recently selected as the beer of the month MAY by UN. It meant that beer was served… Read More »

Envigreen Bags Are Nature Friendly and Biodegradable Plastic Bags

By | January 28, 2017

Nowadays most of the people are talking about environmental pollution. We are more prone to make debates on the pollution. All the time we blame others for causing damage to nature. But how many of us take the things seriously?  How many of us really worried about preserving our mother nature?  Before the things become worse… Read More »

UNIBIC – The Story Behind

By | January 12, 2017

In this new epoch, everyone is experiencing changes in lifestyle. With the rapidly changing lifestyle, there is also a revolution in our taste. Nowadays we become more attracted towards instant foods and thus the demand for baked products increasing at a faster pace. These products may include muffins and cookies and brownies and bread and… Read More »

Paper Boat Story – The Emerging Drink In The Indian Food Beverage Sector

By | November 23, 2016

After a tiring day, we all would love to enjoy homemade Aamras, Jaljeera, Kokum, Aam Panna, Kala Khatta and many other secret recipes. Recipes that can revive our childhood memories. But where do we get that in today’s modern world? And thus began the journey of Paper Boat. A journey of going back in time and bringing… Read More »

Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters : Connoisseur of Coffee

By | November 5, 2016

Coffee, the dark heaven that shines through the morning giving us an energetic boost throughout the day. Coffee rejuvenates the body triggering the brain cells. Furthermore, anti-carcinogenic in nature, coffee also reduces diabetic risks. In India, predominantly northern region, at every nook and corner we can see heavy tea drinkers lingering. Though India is the… Read More »