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Dean Best | 16 Nov 2017

Ruchi Soya has reported rising half-year losses amid falling sales, sparking a warning from the India-based edible oil and soy foods group’s auditors but the company – which has struck a deal to sell a majority stake in itself – has spoke of a "bright future" for the business.


Dean Best | 6 Nov 2017

India-based edible oil and soy foods group Ruchi Soya has agreed a deal to sell a 51% stake in the company to Asian merchant bank Devonshire Capital.


Dean Best | 4 Oct 2017

Ruchi Soya, the India-based edible oil supplier, has struck another packing deal with local consumer goods group Patanjali Ayurved.


Dean Best | 7 Sep 2017

Ruchi Soya is to look at plans to restructure the business in a bid to "unlock the value" of the Indian edible oil and soy foods supplier, its managing director has said.


Dean Best | 5 Jun 2017

Ruchi Soya, the India-based edible oil supplier, is seeing "visible signs of recovery", its chief executive has said, alongside the publication of declining annual sales and rising losses.


Dean Best | 15 Feb 2017

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.


Dean Best | 14 Feb 2017

India-based edible oil producer Ruchi Soya has announced a deal to refine and pack products for local FMCG group Patanjali Ayurved.


Raghavendra Verma | 23 Jan 2017

India-based edible oil producer Ruchi Soya has denied reports it has struck a co-branding and distribution deal with Patanjali Ayurved.


John Shepherd | 13 Jun 2016

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


Dean Best | 1 Jun 2016

Indian edible-oil-to-soy-foods group Ruchi Soya has posted annual losses of INR8.91bn (US$132.1m) amid falling sales.


Dean Best | 25 May 2016

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".


Dean Best | 23 May 2016

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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