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  • Comfort-seeking Indians embrace easy takeaway
  • Comfort-seeking Indians embrace easy takeaway
    Gagan Kaur (2020) ©
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Comfort-seeking Indians embrace easy takeaway

With unreliable access to groceries, Indians have embraced takeaway during the pandemic, a habit that looks set to stick. But as people weigh up the cost of home-cooking vs. delivery, there’s room for brands to prove their worth by leaning into convenience and tailoring to taste preferences.

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