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D Business

“Café Spice today announced their products are now available at Meijer Supermarkets throughout the Midwest…”

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Frozen & Refrigerated Buyer

“Café Spice taps into the coconut craze with a new Coconut Chicken Curry variety…..”

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Fine Foods Quarterly

“Using recipes created by Chef Hari Nayak, Café Spice’s culinary director and cookbook author, Café Spice offer a line of fresh soups…..”

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Frozen & Refrigerated Buyer

“Indian cuisine is becoming increasingly mainstream….”

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Cafe Spice: An Indian Family’s Spice Legacy

“Three generations of Malhotras can be credited with playing an instrumental role in putting Indian food on the map in America, most recently through the ubiquitousness of their retail brand Cafe Spice.”

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Trends at Summer Fancy Food

“Café Spice, New Windsor, N.Y., is introducing a line of grab-and-go meals in three Thai varieties: Beef Massaman Curry, Yellow Tofu Curry and Red Chicken Curry, each with Thai fried rice. Hari Nayak, culinary director of Café Spice, crafted the recipes after extensive research travels throughout Thailand.”

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Babson College

“After graduating from Babson, Sameer Malhotra ’00 joined his family’s successful Indian food restaurant business. But with entrepreneurial ideas simmering in his head, Malhotra proposed a new business model based on a plan he had developed while at Babson. He wanted to sell fast, fresh Indian food through minimally staffed restaurants using a centrally located commissary to prepare main elements of the dishes.”

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914 Inc.

“The last time you had a yen for Indian cuisine, Sushil Malhotra probably satisfied your craving, albeit indirectly. Have you ever had a fantastic meal at Chutney Masala in Irvington or taken clients to dinner at Dawat in Manhattan? Maybe you’ve picked up lunch at the Café Spice booth in Grand Central’s Dining Concourse. And if you frequent Whole Foods Market, you may have savored the Indian food from its hot bar.”

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Bloomberg Businessweek

“Café Spice’s food is prepared in a 50,000 square foot industrial kitchen in New Windsor, NY, just up the Hudson River from West Point. Inside, more than a hundred workers fold samosas, fry potato pakoras, grind spices, and stir giant vats of curry”

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