Ensuring Better Returns, Safe Environment & Engineered Menu

For India, food is the first love for many. Occasion or not, Indians love eating outside. Earlier they needed a reason; now it's out of the love for international cuisines that have come too close to us, thanks to the many restaurants and hotels. This is why the Indian food and beverage industry revenue is slated to reach $7,623 million in 2021. This is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.4 percent to reach a market volume of $11,305 million by 2025. A survey also predicts the user penetration to be at 13.7 percent in 2021 and hit 24 percent by 2025, while the average revenue per user is expected to amount of $40.06.

However, the past one year has changed the face of food industry in totality, may be forever. The pandemic has pushed more safety norms to be adopted by the food and beverage industry to ensure no spread of the virus. This has become a habit that people now embrace and praise. This also means that food and beverage industry has to invent ways to serve their customers better and be prepared to deal with large volume of footfalls in the times of social distancing that still continues at some parts of the nation and many parts of the world. Consultants are going to play a major role in enabling this shift happen at the most fastest and smoothest ways.

From menu engineering to finance, product development, marketing and sales, industrial implementation, techno-economic feasibility and more, consultants are going to play an important role in the make or break of any F&B company. Hence in our current edition of siliconindia Consultants, we bring to you `10 Most Promising Food & Beverage Consultants ­ 2021' that features some handpicked names from the F&B industry. Our panel of experts comprising our Editorial Board and industry veterans, CEOs, researchers, and more together have shortlisted the names. And we bring to you the story of their excellence, expertise and offerings. Read to know more about them.

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