Make versus Buy?

'Make versus Buy' used to be food for thought. Now its 'make'. No buy.

At least that's true when it comes to eating out for consumers. Either its value meals out, or its value meals in, cooked, of course.

In Mumbai, Nelson Wang, restaurateur says that the frequency of big bills in the Rs5,000-15,000 range have halved at his chain of restaurants in Mumbai and New Delhi. He adds, “I can see the bills shrinking. From south Bombay to the suburbs, it’s happening at all establishments. Nowadays most people go out to eat only on special occasions and usually drink at home first".

During times of cut-back by consumers 'leisure and entertainment' takes a back seat. And of course, 'make' turns the flavour of the season.


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