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It's time for fruit farmers to celebrate!
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As a kid, I used to get excited about the summer holidays for two reasons. One, because it meant not having to wake up early for school and two, it meant a near unlimited supply of mangoes (courtesy m...
They seem to be in no mood to go back.
MUMBAI -- A whopping 97 per cent of young and affluent Indians prefer to snack on almonds, fruits and other dry fruits when they are happy, a recent survey said. "For majority of young and affluent ad...
Spoilt for choice when it comes to the different varieties of the fruit, Indian households are often divided when it comes to crowning the best kind of mango available in the country. While the Mumbaikers swear by the international bestseller and creamy Alphonso, folks from Uttar Pradesh can debate till eons that their syrupy Dasheri is a fruit fit for angels.