Rotten – A Review

Netflix’s latest take on the food industry, “Rotten” leaves you feeling uncomfortable, slightly bored and at times very perplexed. Brought you by Zero Point Zero Productions, the same guys behind the Anthony Bourdain shows, the show lacks luster as it delivers some very powerful messages. Through its six episodes, “Rotten” touches upon topics like market … Continue reading Rotten – A Review

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Understanding Food: Must Reads for 2017

As somebody who works in food for living, my interest in the subject is insatiable. Over the last few years I've actively looked for books and essays that could help me better understand food and the evolving role it plays in nutrition, commerce, policy making and environmental change. Listed below are the top five books … Continue reading Understanding Food: Must Reads for 2017

Bean to Bar: Sustainable Chocolate in India

The simplest way to differentiate sustainable chocolate from regular chocolate is to understand the differences in their method of production. Many companies boast of using sustainable methods to procure, produce and package their chocolates, however only a handful actually qualify. Any product, when sustainably made, takes into consideration every aspect of the supply chain to … Continue reading Bean to Bar: Sustainable Chocolate in India

Natural’s Ice Cream: India’s Premier Artisan Ice Cream

Natural's Ice Cream, India's leading home-grown artisan ice-cream brand, has a lot more than just great tasting ice cream to offer. An excellent example of how a sustainably run food manufacturing company can be hugely profitable, Natural's shows us that good food need not be expensive, adulterated or out of reach. Started in 1984 by Mr. … Continue reading Natural’s Ice Cream: India’s Premier Artisan Ice Cream