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Goa G.O.A.T.S and their hipster ahead-of-time cafes

Moshe Inbar of Artjuna and Mojigao and Jill Ferguson of Cafe Prana  are two foreign (read from Israel and the US) restaurateurs in Goa who introduced the whole 'cool hipster vibe' into their joints decades ago with clean eating and organic cuisine. They have been living and working in India for decades and working on concepts and ideas that are truly inspirational and ahead of their time. Shikha Mishra meets them in her recent visit to Goa

The gradual shaping up of the organic food industry – What investors should keep in mind?

There are many in India who have started realizing the fact that 90% of the lifestyle diseases which occur among us are inevitable. No matter what, they are going to affect you. This is why healthcare costs are soaring out of control and fear of poor health is making people take up several precautionary measures regarding the food that they take. This is an awareness which is being spread recently in India and several celebrities are also endorsing this reason to stay fit and to let a reduced number of diseases to attack us.

Switch to organics may cost additional INR1,200–1,500 to a family’s monthly food budget: Study

New Delhi, July 3 (IBNS): High cost of organic food products in India is the key reason behind its purchase being restricted to affluent class of consumers as the switch to organic food is likely to cost an additional INR1,200–1,500 per month for a family, according to a recent ASSOCHAM-EY joint study.