Ruchi Soya, the India-based edible oil group, has booked losses of over INR1.8bn for the first nine months of its financial year due to a drop in sales and inventory charges.
India-based edible oil producer Ruchi Soya has announced a deal to refine and pack products for local FMCG group Patanjali Ayurved.
India-based edible oil producer Ruchi Soya has denied reports it has struck a co-branding and distribution deal with Patanjali Ayurved.
India's Ruchi Soya has been given the go-ahead to set up mulitple new facilities in the food and agri-business sector by the Karnataka state government
Indian edible-oil-to-soy-foods group Ruchi Soya has posted annual losses of INR8.91bn (US$132.1m) amid falling sales.
Singapore-based agri-food group Wilmar International and two Indian businesses - Adani Enterprises and Ruchi Soya - have set out plans for a venture to "create one of India's leading FMCG companies".
Ruchi Soya, the Indian edible oil and soya foods business, and Japanese food and beverage group Kagome Co. have agreed to end their tomato products venture in India.
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