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HE EMERGED FROM THE METRO AT THE L’ENFANT PLAZA STATION AND POSITIONED HIMSELF AGAINST A WALL BESIDE A TRASH BASKET. Bell was first pitched this idea shortly before Christmas, over coffee at a sandwich shop on Capitol Hill. on Kreisler’s violin.” It was a snazzy, sequined idea -- part inspiration and part gimmick -- and it was typical of Bell, who has unapologetically embraced showmanship even as his concert career has become more and more august. The event had been described to him as a test of whether, in an incongruous context, ordinary people would recognize genius.
By most measures, he was nondescript: a youngish white man in jeans, a long-sleeved T-shirt and a Washington Nationals baseball cap. Placing the open case at his feet, he shrewdly threw in a few dollars and pocket change as seed money, swiveled it to face pedestrian traffic, and began to play. on Friday, January 12, the middle of the morning rush hour. On that Friday in January, those private questions would be answered in an unusually public way. A New Yorker, he was in town to perform at the Library of Congress and to visit the library’s vaults to examine an unusual treasure: an 18th-century violin that once belonged to the great Austrian-born virtuoso and composer Fritz Kreisler. He’s soloed with the finest orchestras here and abroad, but he’s also appeared on “Sesame Street,” done late-night talk TV and performed in feature films. His condition: “I’m not comfortable if you call this genius.” “Genius” is an overused word, he said: It can be applied to some of the composers whose work he plays, but not to him.
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That is the brand’s new USP, says Videh Jaipuriar, vice-president, food business, Bunge India, the arm of the NYSE-listed company.“It’s not that we’re not growing — we’re growing at over 25 per cent year-on-year.While we are the market leader in vanaspati and have grown over 50 per cent in the oils category in the past two years, our research with over 3,000 consumers pointed towards the brand’s strong linkage with vanaspati and that the oils category needed a new identity.The decades-old palm tree logo on a yellow backdrop has now been replaced by a mother and child symbol which Bunge says connotes the purity and caring nature of the brand, along with a golden border which signifies premium value and a seal of protection.The font style for Dalda has been made more contemporary and the positioning changed to “Husband’s choice”.
Besides, it is being offerred with more vitamins to make the oil healthier. Primarily, to take Dalda’s edible oils category slightly away from its vanaspati or hydrogenated vegetable oils one.