It is not a question of taste, it is a question about nutrition.
As the world’s third largest economy, India is expected to grow by almost 4% by 2022 and more than double its population to over 8.5 billion.
This will make it the world-dominating economic superpower and it is expected that food prices will go up, particularly in the western region.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the cost of food in India will increase by 8.6% by 2027-28.
That is an increase of over 20 times the global average.
Food prices will rise due to the introduction of more expensive and healthier food, a rising labour force and increased imports.
The government will attempt to increase exports, with the aim of boosting exports by 50% by 2030.
Inflation will be lower in the medium term, as the government will focus on reducing import taxes, which are levied on goods and services that are exported.
India is also looking to export more to other countries to help them get their goods back into the country.
According a recent report, the government is likely to reduce import duties on most items to offset the increased cost of living.
The main challenge is in exporting meat.
The food sector in India, the world largest food importer, is one of the key factors behind the country’s growing food prices.
The food sector is responsible for 80% of India’s trade turnover and exports more than 95% of its food imports.
However, due to low wages and poor working conditions, India’s meat exporters are the largest in the world.
They are also the biggest employers in the country, accounting for 40% of the workforce.
The meat industry in India is highly mechanised.
Meat is produced in large-scale horticulture and slaughterhouses where workers are paid around $5 an hour.
In these plants, workers are mostly female, with many of them migrant labourers from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Myanmar.
According to a 2015 study, India exported more than 70% of all meat consumed in the United States in 2013, but its imports of meat account for only 12% of that.
The meat export sector is estimated to account for 20% of global exports.
India has a population of 7.1 billion and a population density of 1.3 people per square kilometre.
The country’s population is projected to increase by a further 1.6 million people in the next 15 years, to 9.3 billion.
It is estimated that India’s food demand will reach 10.7 billion people by 2032.
The Indian government is working towards increasing food security and reducing food prices in order to attract more international investment.
However the country still has a long way to go in achieving these goals.