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Poddar Heritage opens first hotel at Noida

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New Delhi , May 27

PULSE Foods India Pvt Ltd, the greenfield hospitality initiative, promoted by the Poddar Heritage Group, has launched its first restaurant at Noida.

The company plans to open eight such restaurants by May next year across Ludhiana, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore.

With each restaurant needing about Rs 1 crore investment, the Poddar Heritage Group has committed Rs 8 crore investment in this business for this fiscal.

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