Snacks Industry, Business Franchise And Indian Sweets

Globalization and improved living standards have affected the food habits of people at large. It is snacks that are gaining big momentum in the menu of food items in almost every urban home. And having snacks food at a restaurant or procuring the same is a humdrum affair. This has led to the rise of the snacks industry. With most people in cities stuck to hectic work schedules, or to say, becoming a part of corporate culture, the corporates are resorting to having snacks food items. Though it is not a healthy lifestyle yet it is the trend. It can be healthy only if you have food items that are hygienically prepared and those that have the right balance of proteins, carbohydrates and all essential nutrients required for the body. The quality of food you have also affects your overall bodily constitution. Hence, it is recommended that if you have snacks, have them from restaurants that have carved distinctive identities of delivering only quality items. Such restaurants will have chains of restaurants across the country as part of business franchise.

The escalating intake of snacks, or in detailed terms processed and fast food is no doubt creating a change in the dietary pattern of the people at large. The expansion of nuclear families has also led to the demand of snack foods or eating out in restaurants. Right from potato chips to veg. snacks like pav bhaji, vada pav, pakoda, paneer pakoda, bread pakoda, burger, soya masala wada, samosa, cheese corn balls, kachodi, samosa roll, soya tikki, gobhi pakoda, paneer tikki, and more, the menu includes all. The snacks industry in India will witness further rise with passing time in the future.

With the rise of the snacks industry arise business franchise opportunities. A reputed restaurant today expands its reach across regional, state, and national boundaries via business franchise. Controlling of the business concept, securing protection for trademark, securing know-how, etc. are in the interests of the franchisor. The franchisee has to use the franchisor’s logos, signs, and trademark not to mention about the uniforms to be worn by the staff. This is not the end of the story. The franchisee has to follow the rules and regulations of service in accordance to the pattern followed by the franchisor. The advantage associated with a business franchise is worth mentioning. The franchisee will not only get a reputation that has already been created but also witness good sales right from day one, especially if the brand happens to be popular.

Almost every Indian home in towns and cities does serve Indian sweets after lunch or dinner or as accompaniment with tea, coffee or beverages. In the Indian sweets segment, it is Bengali sweet that holds a prominent position. One example of Bengali sweet is the rasgulla which is the most liked sweet food not only in India but also across the world. The taste of Indian sweets is well maintained by reputed brands like Bikanervala. BOLA TANGKAS