The country has some of the highest rates of obesity in the world, and many of the country’s biggest food items are made with sugar.
The use of “Cookie” and “Honey” is often considered a form of advertising to lure consumers in, with a claim that the products are “cheap, delicious, and convenient”.
India has about two million million people, of whom around two million are overweight or obese.
In India, people often prefer to eat a certain food rather than buy a whole meal, as they believe that their consumption of sugar will be cut off by the health system.
In a survey conducted in April, more than 70% of respondents said they prefer to purchase food items on their own.
A survey carried out by the Ministry of Food and Civil Supplies in April also showed that more than 60% of people are unwilling to spend more than 10% of their disposable income on food, citing that they don’t feel safe eating a whole dish.
The health department is also trying to address the issue by introducing new restrictions on sale of food products.
According to a study carried out in March, around 2.5 million tonnes of sugar are consumed in India every year, of which around one million tonnes are consumed for cooking purposes.
While the consumption of the sugar-sweetened beverages and food items is increasing, the consumption is not being met by the government.
The country’s food and beverage industry is estimated to be worth around $8 billion, and India is the world’s third-largest market for imported goods after the US and China.
A large portion of these imported goods come from the US, Canada, Mexico, the UK and Italy.