White bread, one of the country’s most popular breads, is on the decline in India.
A survey by a major Indian restaurant chain found that in 2017-18, white bread sales in India declined by 15 per cent year on year.
The decline was blamed on a number of factors, including the rising popularity of “white bread” restaurants and the introduction of new, healthier white breads by Indian restaurants.
The survey, by The Indian Express and Baskin-Robbins, found that the majority of customers surveyed preferred “white” breads.
The survey was conducted by an Indian restaurant association, and it shows that while white bread is popular in some Indian states, it is not the most popular food item.
The poll also found that people in the Northeast and Northeast states prefer breads made with “vegetable” or “wheat flour”, while in the West and West-central states, people prefer “veg”.
The survey shows that in many areas, white wheat flour is the most preferred.
The findings are surprising given that there have been many surveys conducted over the years which show that Indian people are more inclined to eat Indian food.
In 2017-2018, the survey also showed that only a quarter of Indian people eat white bread, which is more than double the percentage in 2016-17.
According to the survey, Indian people also tend to be more conscious about their food, especially in terms of their health, while the majority eat a vegetarian diet.
White bread is an important part of Indian cuisine, with many Indian families having white bread as a staple.
According to a report by The Hindu newspaper, Indian restaurant owners are making efforts to improve the quality of their food.
The report stated that “in many Indian cities, restaurants are being converted to restaurants where white bread has been replaced by vegetable flour.
This is a major concern for those who eat out more often, as it leads to lower profits.”