Grandmothers’ Recipes To Rule India’s Restaurant Menus Predicts Godrej Food Trends Report 2019
Observing the developing trends in the food industry, the prediction of trends for the year is here with the revelation of the Godrej Food Trends Report 2019 on Saturday. Curated by the culinary expert and food historian, Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal, the report contains predictions by the who’s who of the culinary industry. The report was revealed at the L’Affaire 2019 held at Vikhroli in the presence of Godrej Group chairman Adi Godrej, Godrej Agrovet chairman Nadir Godrej and Executive Director and Chief Brand Officer, Godrej Group Tanya Dubash.
Culinary Trends Of The Year
One important trend predicted for the year is how the food made by grandmas would rule the menu in Indian restaurants. The eateries would thus pay a tribute to kitchen secrets and precision with which the food is made in a household. “The Godrej Food Trends Report is the only report of its kind that reaches out to thought leaders across verticals in the Indian food industry, collects quantitative and qualitative inputs that are then collated, analysed and distilled into trends that will prevail in the forthcoming year. This year the Godrej Food Trends Report is Bigger, Wider in scope and deeper in insights. It will prove valuable to everyone in the food industry to plan strategy for the year to come,” said Ghildiyal.
The event was attended by Chef Rakhee Vaswani, Chef Varun Inamdar, Chef Saransh Goila, Food Writer and Gourmet Consultant Nikhil Merchant, Food and Travel Author Kalyan Karmakar, Archaeologist and Culinary Anthropologist, Kurush Dalal and Business Head and Executive VP, Godrej Appliances Kamal Nandi.
On the occasion, Sujit Patil, VP & Head Corporate Brand and Communications Godrej Industries Limited & Associate Companies, said, “The Godrej Group is well ensconced in the food industry through various brands such as Godrej Nature’s Basket, Godrej Appliances, Godrej Interio, Godrej Protekt, Real Good Chicken, Cartini Knives etc. The idea is to put together a report that would serve as a compendium of thoughts and predictions for the year ahead. In its second edition, we have over 100 experts who have contributed to the report. We are hopeful that this becomes a ready reckoner for anyone who is associated with the food industry.”