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Why not an Indian food chain?

In corporate America, we have chains for every retails sector and food is not an exception. There are Italian (Olive Garden, Buca di beppo), Chinese (P. F. Chang), Mexican (Taco Bell, Chipotle and … ) and other American fast food stuff (and possibly junk) like Mac D, KFC, Burger King, Wendy, Arby and tons of other. The fact, which surprises me, is that there is no Indian food chain. Indian food is quite famous among the western world and especially in United States. Whenever I go to some good Indian restaurant, I see more people of non-Indian origin than Indians itself (based on the experiences at SFO, CA, Mountain View, CA, Palo Alto, CA and Cincinnati, OH). So why have not any entrepreneur thought of an Indian food chain endeavor? I disagree to the argument that there is a limited market or a narrow business opportunity in starting a Indian food restaurant. According to me if done in a cost effective way, standardized, cuisine adjusted to the western palate and with proper marketing effort, Indian food chain should be an excellent business opportunity, which for some unknown reason is still unexplored. Any thoughts?

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  1. Great thought, i have been also thinking down the same lines. I feel indian restaurant is no diffrent from any other restaurants. all you need is a good presentation , location and customer service along with a decent food. i am intrested in opening a reataurant pretty soon, and my long term goals are to make it a franchise for every one to profit from. i agree 100% that we have a gold mine for indian restaurant franchise or chain in usa.

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    1. The essence of an Indian Reasturant is the fresh food... prepared from fresh ingridients... obviously a fast food chain cannot do that... if you are talking about Indian fast food chain it's a implementable concept... however apart from few (read vada pav, dabeli etc) Indian fast foods are hard to pack and be presentable... unless you create a fusion of a sort... Btw what restaurant you are planning... would luv to hear the Idea... I am in Greater Atlanta, GA - same line... email me : rohan_pt@yahoo.com... good luck

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  2. Hello,

    Thanks for your comments. I hope you open a Indian restaurant and also own a successful franchise.
    Best of luck !

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    1. Hello Foodie ,

      I have 2 decade of experience in Indian Food in various market , Formula 1 , Master , Residence Class Airline , Restaurant in Botique Hotel , Michelin star , Indian chain of restaurant in London and it was biggest in that kind in that time , were 17 with same menu and consistency of food .

      My interest is Indian Regional Street Food menu , curry around the world .

      I have standard operational manual , Recipes which can fit almont everywhere just need to update , Food Safety manual ,Training manual .

      Final aim : Chef less kitchen using modern eqiupment and standard recipes

      Lets share and make it happen to develop solid concept.

      waiting to hear from you.



      Bindo Baral
      www.binodbaral.com


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    2. for long time I cook devotional Food a this is for God food r so testy n healthy I want someone promote diet foodanother countryif you like contact me+918109 6733 15

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    3. Hi,
      I really working to start my own restaurant, and started researching and I see really good content over here. Thank you all for your words. I was nervous and not sure how and where to start, but seeing you all I get my confidence back. Can anyone help me with your suggestions and advice please...It will be great help. I am really new to restaurant business but I really want it to work for me.. You can reach me at dtulasi13@gmail.com...

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  3. I agree 100%. That's why I am working on one & hope to start production next year. I'll be reading this blog & I'll tell you all about it soon enough.

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    1. Hi Geevan,

      I am in the process of starting one, how far have you come, were there any difficulties. can we talk?

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    2. Things are going well. Did you start?

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    3. Hi,
      I did start, & it's going well. How are you going?

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  4. I too am looking at starting an Indian chain - bentonville, maybe we should exchange notes ;)

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  5. I too am looking at starting an Indian chain - bentonville, maybe we should exchange notes ;)

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  6. Hello Rishi,
    Sure I will like to exchange notes with you. You may contact me at commentsATamit-deshpande.com

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  7. There is a Indian Franchise operating out of Southern California called Masala Bowl Indian Cafe. Check out the website http://www.masalabowl.com. Thanks!

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  8. I will give you the reason why there is no Indian restaurant chain although the market is HUGE & untaped.
    ---> Restaurant is a labor intensive business and you can not find cheap labor anymore. For Italian, Greek and Chinese chains they sponsor workers and gourmet chefs from those countries who come here on visa. Try to sponsor some workers to get visa to work in Indian restaurants! They even hesitate to give you visa if you have a PhD!
    ---> You can not have a bar. Period! If you do not have a decent family environment even American customers will not come to you twice. So 30% of income that you could be producing, which is less labor intensive, is not accessible to you at all.

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  9. Would like to get in touch with anyone,who is interested in opening a Indian Food Chain,i am presently working for a company which has INDIAN TAKE AWAYS(food is smply very delicious)We have combined this take away along with the unique cooking paste which we have been manufacturing past 13 years with our concept. We have standardised everything with absolutely nil labor. Please contact if anyone interested. email: til_spices@yahoo.com. Contact Person - Simon

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    1. Hi, I am catering busyness for while, interested in chain market or related. let me know if you have any idea. radhacaterer@gmail.com

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  10. hey Simon I have sent you an email ,i hope to get a reply reuben31@gmail.com

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  11. Hi Amit,

    It is the same in the UK, although Indian Food Chicken Tikka Masala is now recognised as the national dish, there are no national chains. Here are my views on why there are no franchised indian restaurants in the UK or the US, (although there are some companies from Mumbai that are getting there act together - pulseindia and tiffinbites, as well as masala bowl in the
    US).

    From an operational point of view:

    There has to be standardisation of the food with an exact science behind the reciepes.

    This, in turn, will reduce the requirement for skilled labour, (Chefs, which is the main barrier and the main complaint of restaurantuers).

    There has to be considerable investment in training, health and safety and proper transportation of goods to outlets.

    Good stock control in place to reduce wastage and ensure profitability.

    This is just a few thoughts that I have had on the subject and would be interested in hearing some more from others out there - Dean Menzies

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  12. I was running chain of indian restaurant ( 19 ) indian as executive chef and back of house operation manager.
    Currently working in indian curry and snacks manufacuring industry for research purposes.
    I might come back anytime .

    If anyone need more inf,for food cost , labour , chef effiency , recepes, standardisation , costing, labour , food safety , staff traing , costistencyon food and service...... let me know.

    baralbinod@hotmail.com

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    1. if any one interested please contact me.

      baralbinod@hotmail.com

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    2. Yes I am interested in what you have to say. Do you have any UK experience?
      himmatselhi@gmail.com

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    3. Yes I am interested in what you have to say. Do you have any UK experience?
      himmatselhi@gmail.com

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    4. hi
      let me know if you are still availale

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  13. I read the postings on the blog and am interested to know if anyone is still actively working on the indian restaurant chain idea?

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  14. www.samosacabana.com

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  15. Probal Kr. Debnath2:12 PM, November 08, 2009

    Indians have lots of delicious dishes but one should definetly come up with the concept of an Indian food chain with international recognition.

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  16. It's a good concept. For one thing you could sell grilled chicken like El Pollo Loco, but much better sides (naan instead of tortillas, chutneys and achars instead of salsa, dal instead of frijoles, tarkari). Also sweets, and to drink (masala) chai etc.

    South Indian snacks could be another winner.

    Why not try this out of a food truck? You save on rent and not being tied to a fixed location would let you try selling to different demographics.

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  17. Hi All!

    Definitely there are Indian food chains today that are even going international with top class food and beverages.

    Check out the best ones in this article.
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Indian-Food-Chains-To-Die-For

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  18. A new Indian food Franchise from Chicago, cooks healthier Indian food. food is cooked fresh everyday without any "Indian Chef" and without any prepared sauces. Basic skill level labour can be tarined in few days to cook consistently good food.

    Check out www.chutneyjoes.com

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  19. Chutney Joes has just started Franchising. No Cooking skills required, no Indian cooks needed.

    any one interested go to www.Chutneyjoes.com

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  20. hi amit i am woring hard on devloping the indian food chain in us and my study is in process i assure uthati will inform u first when i do so.need to give people the indian tadka man!!!1 am on it and will mtry my best to achive it.
    minar_karkhanis@yahoo.com

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  21. Hello Guys,

    I am glad every body here agrees that we need an Indian chain. I have been working on this for almost 3 1/2 years. I own 2 restaurants and am ready to expand. We are totally Chef free and have standardized all the recipies. We are looking for Venture Capital. If anybody here is interested I can be reached at 415-725-0157.

    RupinderGarcha@yahoo.com

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  22. hi all i have been thinking over a concept not cleat as off now but things comming to on right path i am as i said planning to start a foood chain indian and will need all of ur views and help we all are struglling hard to devlop thsi and our indivudial efforts are not paying off in the required manner as there are giants int he markets and we are just a small bunch of people.
    shortly i am comming up with a concept..
    marketing and sales is my lifeline and i am sure that i can make things work so if my model of work is impressive to have u people convienced to get along i will like to have u all and we work as a group to have our dream achived
    COMMING UP SHORTLY.

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  23. www.indian-tadka.com this is the first sept to my way to start a indian food chain a QSR and that what i pklan to provide uniformed taste food to people all around the world.

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  24. Minar, Is ur website live already? I read the whole blog and even I feel that Indian Restaurant Chain is a great Idea. I know so many people here in states that simply love indian food and my passion is to cook indian food and hopefully will make it big one day. I think its time for me to transform this passion into reality!!

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  25. hay there i agree if u are intrested i am intrested to join hands we can do wonders together u can own a rest at a minimal cost so if u intrested tham mail me minar_karkhanis@yahoo.com or call at 001 603 289 5024 and we can work together and this thing is gonna be big remember that
    my site will we done sooon i am in epping nh and searching a home in boston cambridge so in bit of work
    but will be happy if u wannna join in for indian tadka need more people

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  26. As u mentioned marketing and sales is your area of expertise. On the other hand I am more into cooking Indian dishes. Cooking is my passion. I don't have any such professional training but can cook pretty darn good (trying not to brag too much).I do have a concept in my head as well but I think opening an indian chain would require quite a bit of investment. But u are right if it takes off then sky is the limit. Which area are u thinking to start the rest in?

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    1. Hi all any one know about Indian devotional food ? The food Cook in temples for god n give it to devotees us prasad for long time I'm cook that food for some temples its vary good n healthy food Not lot spices used simple and delicious Peoples love that food if interested in devotional food please contact me +918109673315 email me at manish.sardar@gmail.co.

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  27. i am planning to only start a indian restaurent chain where i will provide uniformly maid food to all the outlets it will be drive through and it will require less than 5000us to start and maintain a outlet so if anyone intrested i am on
    please get back on minar_karkhanis@yaho.com

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  28. Well said than done - well back home i am trying to start out an indian food chain - like healthy indian food - with younger generation in mind - any ideas - ctc idealvin@gmail.com

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  29. Hello all , Read about the topics mentioned through all the posts, It seems there is a opportunity for Indian tastes Overseas. I am working on the expansion of Indian finger snacks franchise ( Vada Pav ).Could be a great Indian alternative to the burger specially catering to the Indian crowd and College going crowd. Open to partner with a breverage brand or any non compete brand. If interested please write into sreejit@wealthtree.in.

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  30. There is a need for "Dim sum" style Indian restaurant .. I want small portions of pohe, sanja, vada, tandoori, tikkas, chat, thalipeeth and all the delicious Indian deserts.

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    1. What about Nepalease / Tibetan Momo , Basically skikh Kebab mix stuffed with dimsum pasty and steam it

      Raw Masala Keema in Dimsum pasty and stem , vwry simple
      baralbinod@hotmail.com

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  31. Hey Amit,
    There is no doubt if there was a indian qsr or fast food chain it would do great. The question is who is willing to come up with the funds for the venture. I might be stating a few obvious points here. Look at all the chains who were started by individuals mickey d's , wendy's, moes etc. They really never thought of them to be the size they are today. There are a good bit of indian restraunts - dine in or take out only ( zyka-atlanta, inchinbamboo gardens - atlanta) that have opened up multiple locations under the franchising concept. But they run out of steam or hit a wall after they get to a handful of units. As far as a indian restaurant / qsr in india going global well indian businessmen are very gun shy when it comes to thinking out of the box. the fmcg sector is not like the IT sector. Its takes a lot to grow and have that vision. I owned 3 quizno's at a point and had worked at indian restraunts during my college days in the carolinas. food industry is very taxing. you need a concept, idea, vision, funds, drive etc. all this should be able to be implementable practically. Even the big players in indian f & b see a value in a fast food chain. Why wouldn't a rajbhog, kwality ice cream or someone venture into it? look at the likes of kfc, pizza hut and taco bell all owned by pepsi foods. pespi wanted to get their hands and feet in all known food areas. in a nutshell an individual doesnt have the funding power and idea, concept, indian food knowledge all in one and nor do the big players want to diversify their portfolio. they dont see the cost benefit in become the size of a mickey d's i guess. They are content doing their bread and butter business. I have spoken to indian fast food entrepreneurs locally in india and directors of prominent food companies. these chains will open up in india as the risk is way lesser. food business is tough. picture this invest 500k open up a couple places in a good city aka chicago, la, atlanta, and work 15 plus hours a day. its mentally and physically taxing. there is a lot more i can add here. but it was a pipe dream of mine as well. look how well britian has accepted indian food. so why not a indian food chain in america. its a tough one. its not only the product there is a lot more to this. i get the whole pf changs , olive gardens etc . but they probably had a bank before they ventured in.

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    1. could you plz exchange ur ph# at tomar.singh.sudhir@gmail.com

      I have some plans which might be feasible and sucessful.
      Sudhir

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  32. I forgot to add this link. Lets hope one of these guys goes global someday.

    http://globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/25/india-the-next-fast-food-nation/

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  33. Hi,
    I am Mr.Amarnath Reddy from Hyderabad, India. I am in to Restaurant Business. I can help poeple to setup The Indian Restaurant Business in States, If anyone Interested contact me at amarmettu@hotmail.com

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    1. Interested..Erie pa tourist destination USA..reply with details

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  34. I am talking to Chutney Joes for their Franchise option in IL. I will post my comments soon.

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  35. I'm an Indian restaurant owner(past 5 years) with 15 years in IT industry(Just got tired of sitting infront of the computer and lying that it will take me 5 days to finsih 5 minutes worth of work.."JOB SECUIRITY".
    I have been toying with this idea of Indian Food Franchise for past 3 years and now opening our second location based on a Franchise Model. Let me tell you it is neither easy nor FUN to RUN a Full Fledged Indian restaurant. There have been so many days that I had to dishes (wash) for 300 patrons visting the restaurant but learnt a lot from that as well "NO Complaints".

    Only thing that stops us from having a franchise is LACK OF PROCESSES and unwillingness on part of people who don't understand the food.

    You are married to your business and it is not easy to keep both the wives happy if you are married to another one at the same time.

    There is a huge shortage of legal skilled manpower (Indian cooking savy) in this country and that just adds to the misery of a restaurant operator.

    I have seen and met people bursting with enthusiasm for year opening an Indian Restauarnt and after working in kitchen for a week it just seems to fade away in matter of hours (HARD WORK AND NO TIME FOD KIDS and WIFE and forgets those 5 week trips to India on Diwali Sorry I forgot to mention Medical Insurance and 401K too ).

    I can go on for hours writing about this whole predicment but ain't going to help much.

    THERE IS STILL HOPE AND HUGE POTENTIAL FOR INDIAN FOOD AND WE NEED SOME OF US STEPUP AND JUST TAKE CHANCES. PEOPLE HAVE JUST STARTED TO LIKE INDIAN FOOD. IT IS JUST THE BEGINNING. WE HAVE TO EDUCATE PEOPLE THAT SPICY DOES NOT MEAN HOT. WE HAVE TO MAKE THEM UNDERSTAND FOOD AND ITS HEALTH BENEFITS AND KEEP IT AS AUTHETNIC AS WE CAN.

    PEOPLE ARE TIRED OF CHINESE FOOD AND NOT VERY MANY TAKERS OF INDO CHINESE EITHER. WE HAVE TO GO FOR MASSES

    GIVE SOME AUTHENTICITY TO FOOD

    SORRY FOR KEEPING IT SO LONG...






    JUST SOME POPULAR LINES


    ONCE YOU GO DESI YOU GO CRAZY
    ONCE YOU GO PUNJABI BABY YOU GOT A NEW HOBBY

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    1. I agree with you, and also with Dev Prakash.
      I got two non franchised successful locations where we sell American breakfast, Lunch and dinner.
      Being individual (non-franchise) food chain we face lot of competition among big boys like Mc's, Bo jangles, KFC and my next door big giant Chick-fil-a.
      We tried lot offer and market best Indian food menu at our place, it did work well for a while but when people have choice to spend $5-10 for their meal they go more fried chicken than Tandoori. And I will do same if I have choice between pav vada and burger I will pick pav vada my first choice.
      My experience and finding about adding or open Indian food chain:
      - We are entrepreneur with a short term marketing mentality cannot vision for long term market (for generations).
      -More family oriented than any other community.
      -Bottom Line is more important than Quality, Name and product you offer.

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    2. check below

      baralbinod@hotmail.com

      Indian chef consulatant

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  36. Sravana bhavan is an example of south indian franchise. They are extremely popular and offer vegetarian menu

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  37. I see a lot of passion, good ideas and good enough knowledge to at least cover some common pitfalls of opening Indian rest chain.
    Here is what I am proposing and please jump in/criticize/correct/ improve upon the proposal.

    I want anyone posting on this blog to identify them as one/many of people below. We might think we are insignificant by ourselves but we are surely strong together.

    Investor: passion for Indian food and new ideas and ready to invest (in a good profitable business plan of course).

    Sales or Marketing or Business strategy: someone who can do market research and help us with location, interior rest theme and current trends, standardize menu and so forth.

    Operations: someone who can do kitchen layout, logistics and/or even wants to run this place

    Product knowledge: people who love cooking and want to experiment with new dishes and menu

    Consultant: People who already have/had real life experiences in this area and would love to be part of this idea and make some money on the way

    I will compile the list and publish it here and do the follow ups. We all have jobs and don’t think it will be practical to leave our jobs and jump into this. But at the same time we all can do our due diligence for something we are passionate about and be paid for it along the way on hourly basis to start with and the same will also be basis of % partnership in business.
    The eventual mission statement is to have very friendly interior rest and dishes which are healthy and can be prepared by anyone.
    Any thoughts or takers?
    PS. I volunteer myself in Investor and Product knowledge category. kchughwani@hotmail.com

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    2. Count me in as well for the above: Investor, consultant, product knowledge , ops etc. Ill drop you a mail soon Mr Kailash.

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  38. I love spicy food and Indian cuisine suits me. I haven’t seen any international Indian Food chain.

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  39. I have read all views for indian restarunt chain ,i am going other way out ,going to open restraunt chain in India itself.huge volume in India itself.why dont give alternative to indian public for mac,kfc etc.

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  40. Dear friends,

    I am too working to promote INDIAN FOOD PRODUCTS/OUTLETS etc called KHRA BHARAT (PURE INDIA). Aim of Khra Bharat is to throw out all foreign companies from India and to promote Indian products and Indianess.

    We are doing research on how Foreign brands and companies are sucking blood of Indian economy, and trying to attract youths towards Indian brand.. you can contact me at khrabharat@hotmail.com or farhaiman@gmail.com to include your outlet or restaurant in our recommended list.

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  41. Dear friends,

    I am too working to promote INDIAN FOOD PRODUCTS/OUTLETS etc called KHRA BHARAT (PURE INDIA). Aim of Khra Bharat is to throw out all foreign companies from India and to promote Indian products and Indianess.

    We are doing research on how Foreign brands and companies are sucking blood of Indian economy, and trying to attract youths towards Indian brand.. you can contact me at khrabharat@hotmail.com or farhaiman@gmail.com to include your outlet or restaurant in our recommended list.

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  42. Dear Good Friend,

    Compliments,

    My name is Bruce norman from Houston Texas, USA,but i'm based in London,UK
    working with a pharmaceutical company.I decided to contact
    you directly to discuss briefly via email about the ongoing supply
    that came up in our company.I think if you can understand English and
    India Language (Hindi) you can take up this business proposal to buy
    out the product from the local producer in India and make supply to
    our company as the direct supplier to enable our company be buying
    from you on every subsequent order. Our company is into production of
    Pharmaceutical products and Animal Vaccines.There are some materials
    that my company needs from India for the production of our Animal
    Vaccines and Anti-viral drugs.

    Our company have been purchasing the materials from Pakistan but it is
    very scarce and expensive now in Pakistan. I've found out the truth
    that this Pakistan people purchases this product in India at the rate
    of $170 usd,while they supply to our company at the rate of $430 usd.

    Recently i got the contact information of a local producer in India
    that preserve {MAJHPOGHA} herbal roots to the quality our company
    needs for production and i came to know that this product can be
    purchase at rate of $145 US dollar per sachet in India.

    My good friend i want only a trusted person who will not deny my
    commission after this business is successfully done.

    Note that i can't easily release this contact to any kind of
    person,because if my company knows about it, they will consult legal
    petition against me, and i can't go to India to buy this product now,
    because i don't have the money and our company always buy 3000
    sachets(each sachet contains 5 grams).

    But on this first business if you can afford to buy out 300 to 500
    sachets to present to our company,it would attract our company to make
    arrangement on how to be purchasing from you on contractual basis upon
    their satisfaction on this first business.

    I will forward you the contact information of the local producer on my
    next mail upon your acceptance.

    You can Send me an e-mail via: norman_bruce1960@consultant.com

    Thank you,
    Bruce Norman.
    Company Secretary.

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  43. Hi im Indian chef from india I have 14 year experience about Indian food now looking job Abroad I have experience from five stars hotels restaurant resort etc. if somebody need Indian chef from india you can contect me at

    Pratap_negi@hotmail.com

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  44. Does anyone know why Chutney Joe's or Masala Bowl closed down? Was the food not authentic? Or was there something wrong with the business model?

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