Salt and sugar cuts part of India’s drive towards a healthier population
With concerns growing about the health of the nation, brands in India are looking to give the people tasty, but healthy food, as Jacquetta Picton reports
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In my view: Steve Sidd
FCSI Associate Steve Sidd of Catering HQ in New South Wales, Australia, discusses his life in food with Michael Jones

Coffee convenience
After heavy investment into China, Starbucks faces competition from a local rival. Jamie Fullerton charts the rise of Chinese upstart Luckin Coffee

Eastern promise: major US brands ramp up in China
US food chains are looking to China for sales growth, despite the trade wars. But the process is by no means straightforward, reports Chris Evans

Fine Food Australia to deliver big numbers, insight and plethora of experts
The show in Sydney this September will see FCSI’s Asia Pacific Division play a leading role, reports Heather Cant

Golden hour under the Golden Arches
A new category of consumer has created a new peak hour for fast-food restaurants in Australia. Tina Nielsen reports on the newest snack trend

In my view: Ahmed Subactogin FCSI
The managing director of Malaysia-based Par Synergy tells Michael Jones about the remarkable chance meeting that lead to him joining the profession