Nandini Roy Choudhury (Client Partner for Food & Beverages at Future Market Insights, Inc.) has 7+ years of management consulting experience. She advises industry leaders and explores off-the-eye opportunities and challenges. She puts processes and operating models in place to support their business objectives. She has exceptional analytical skills and often brings thought leadership to the table. Nandini has vast functional expertise in key niches, including but not limited to food ingredients, nutrition & health solutions, animal nutrition, and marine nutrients. She is also well-versed in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, retail, and chemical sectors, where she advises market participants to develop methodologies and strategies that deliver results. Her core expertise lies in corporate growth strategy, sales and marketing effectiveness, acquisitions and post-merger integration and cost reduction. Nandini has an MBA in Finance from MIT School of Business. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Nagpur University, India. Nandini has authored several publications, and quoted in journals including Beverage Industry, Bloomberg, and Wine Industry Advisor.
In the Middle East, energy drinks have seamlessly integrated into our everyday lives. Therefore, it’s not just a mere trend but rather a lifestyle infusion. Individuals across the Middle East are regularly sipping the energy wave.
The food and beverage industry is undergoing a digital transformation. From large corporations to smaller, more flexible brands, companies are using digital technologies to collect more data regarding their workflow processes and to ensure safety and quality in food processing, packaging, and distribution. They use this information to transform their production systems and redefine how employees, processes, and assets work in the new environment.
Dairy is a ubiquitous part of food sector, ever present in both food service and packaged goods, whether as an end product (such as milk or yogurt) or as a critical input for iconic products such as cheese. Given its intrinsic presence, dairy is a microcosm of the food industry, with the preferences of dairy consumers largely being influenced by the same trends affecting the broader food sector.
Nandini Roy Choudhury, a senior research consultant with Future Market Insights (FMI), a global market research and consulting firm, examines how the coronavirus epidemic looks set to reshape some of the most popular food trends.
As a typical ‘black swan’ event, the COVID-19 pandemic is taking the world by complete surprise. The rapidly unfolding crisis is so for having little impact on the global food chain and the markets are relatively stable.
Ning Yan's interview for a prestigious position at the National University of Singapore in 2012 included the traditional group dinner for such occasions – a plate of sauce-smothered chilli crab. He left after the meal with more than a full belly and a messy shirt.
A growing demand for organic food, coupled with healthy eating trends and a preference for premium products, is driving the growth of the natural food preservatives sector, according to a report.
The report , by research company Future Market Insights (FMI), reveals how the preference for natural, organic and clean-label foods are being leveraged by natural preservative companies.