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JUICY TALE A desi drink becomes success story

Article in the Week on September 13th 2009,
 Cool and Natural G. Srinivasa Rao at a Cane- O-La outlet in Bangalore

The right mix of a healthy desi drink and a modern marketing concepts has worked wonders for Cane-O-La Foods. This Bangalore-based company that markets fresh sugarcane juice is clocking phenomenal growth.
Fresh and hygenic, the natural drink attracts people of all age groups. "Today's youth are lured by synthetic drinks. Thanks to the ubhygenic method of juice extration by roadside vendors, even health conscious people stay away from cane juice. We have changed that perception and brought it to a level where everyone can enjoy the juice without any concern," said G. Srinivasa Rao, chairman and managing director of Cane-O-La.
For Rs 10, one can enjoy 300ml of cane juice in flavours such as mint, lime, ginger, salt & pepper and chhat masala at various outlets in the city. The drink is also available at the infosys campus in Bangalore and Mysore and the Toyota Kirloskar office in Bangalore. The Company also runs a battery-operated, mobile juice outlet at Bangalore City railway station. "We give pure and fresh juice with high nutritional calue. Apple Juice may have the same nutritional value, but for that one has to spend more," said Rao, who started tje with an initial investment of Rs 10 lakh in 2006.
The first outlet used to sell 700 glasses of juice everyday. Today, the company has 19 outlets and has an annual turnover of Rs 4 crore. The investment on an outlet was Rs 8 lakh to 20 lakh, depending on the location. "our business model and concept promote a rural product and also generate employment opportunities for people. We help farmers get a good price for their produce," said Rao, who also runs a string of bakeries and fast food joints in Bangalore and Kadapa in Andhra Pradesh.
Each Cane-O-La outlet is designed in such a way that it suits the ambience of its location. For instance, the outlet in upmarket Jayanagar is air-conditioned, while a nearby outlet has a rural ambience with lots of trees and a bullock cart. According to Rao, "Everything at Cane-O-La is a blend of traditional and modern concepts."
Though the business looks simple, it involves a lot of back-end support for smooth running. The company has imported juice extracting equipment and peeling machines, and procures special varieties of sugarcane from farmers. It has a tie-up with the Sugarcane Breeding Institute in Coimbatore to evolve superior varieties of sugarcane such as 62176 and Red Morris.
While Procuring cane from farmers in Mandya and Mysore, the company pays more than the price fixed by the Karnataka government. After procurement, the sugarcane is cleaned, peeled and cut into small pieces in warehouses. Then they are transported to the outlets and stored in refrigerators.
"We give very high priority for cleanliness at all our centres. Customers are welcome to see how we extract juice and maintain high standards," said G.R. Krishnamuthy, Cane-O-La director. The company which is planning to expand operations in Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad, is against celebrity endorsement. Said Rao: "We do not want to spend too much on celebrity endorsement and pass on the burden to customers. The brand is gaining popularity by word of mouth and we are happy with that,"

Bangalore Times, May 24, 2008