USD 451.57 Mn growth opportunity in Ready-to-Cook Market in India| Evolving Opportunities with Bambino Agro Industries Ltd. and Gits Food Products Pvt. Ltd. | Technavio | News

NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The ready-to-cook market size in India is expected to increase by USD 451.57 million between 2021 and 2026. However, the growth momentum is expected to decelerate at a CAGR of 7.61% during the forecast period. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of recent developments, new product launches, major revenue-generating segments, and market behavior across geographies.

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The 120-pages report segments the ready-to-cook market in India by distribution channel (offline and online) and type (instant noodles and pasta, instant soup, ready-to-mix, snacks, and others).

The offline distribution channel accounted for maximum revenue generation in the market. The segment includes supermarkets, hypermarkets, convenience stores, discount stores, and cash and carry stores. The availability of large shelf spaces and storage areas in these stores accommodate a wide variety of ready-to-cook food products from different vendors.

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Cooking classes and more things to know in Milwaukee food and drink news

Pappardelle is one of the varieties of pasta carried at Semolina. Pasta-making classes held there fill up quickly, but you can sign up to be notified of future events.

Pappardelle is one of the varieties of pasta carried at Semolina. Pasta-making classes held there fill up quickly, but you can sign up to be notified of future events.

The winter brings a variety of food and cooking classes to broaden your culinary skills and palette.

While cooking classes at Glorioso’s Appetito have been canceled through January, other businesses are modifying class size and making changes in accordance with COVID-19 safety regulations. Classes are subject to change, but here are a few classes still scheduled.

New series of Korean cooking classes

Milwaukee Recreation is offering a new series of classes in traditional Korean cooking.

Learn how to prepare bulgogi, a Korean barbecue, rice cake soup and dumplings, kimchi pancakes and jjigae, a Korean stew, fried noodles, a spicy rice cake or bibimbap, a traditional dish of rice with vegetables and chili paste. The classes are 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays

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Here’s what vendors will be in Southern Market’s food hall | Local News

The long-awaited completely revitalized Southern Market opens to the public this Thursday. The first-floor food hall encompasses 3,000 square feet, with seating for 250. On opening day, you will have nine food and drink options, from coffee and wine on tap to cuisine from five parts of the world. 

Here’s what vendors will be cooking up fare in Southern Market’s food hall. 

— 4 E’s Latin Cuisine: Flavors of the Dominican Republic.

Flavors of Morocco: Moroccan and Indian fusion.

— Layali el Sham: Middle Eastern classics including hummus, tabbouleh, falafel, kibbeh and shawarma.

— Made by Lolo: Tapas-style small bites, with gluten-free options.

— Pho Life: Vietnamese pho, banh mi sandwiches and salads.

— Savoy Truffle Cakes: Creatively decorated cupcakes and whole cakes, also available by the slice, plus pie and macarons.

— “X” Marks the Spot: A modern take on soul food classics that includes collard

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Food, cooking help Joplin native achieve Broadway dream | Local News

When Lisa Adams was growing up in Joplin, she was that do-it-all theater girl.

In her own words, she’d be in a production at Joplin Little Theatre while at the same time rehearsing for a show at the Carthage Music and Theatre Club, now Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, even as she starred in a musical at McAuley Catholic High School, where she went to school.

Adams had dreams of performing on the big stages in New York City, and she almost made it. She was destined for Broadway, but it didn’t happen the way she expected.

After more than 20 years as a personal chef for celebrities and people just looking for help living busy lives in the Big Apple, Adams got the opportunity of a lifetime earlier this year when she interviewed to be a food consultant and food provider for a new Broadway play that opened in November

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