The aluminum foil in India is the cheapest in the world and it is widely used as a foodstuff.
It is made by making small pieces of aluminium foil out of tin and water.
The use of aluminium in India has been around for centuries, and there are a variety of uses for the material.
In the 1930s, a group of Indian men, called the Naxalites, used aluminium foil to cook their meals.
In recent years, a growing number of people in India have started to use the material to make their own homemade foods, including noodles and breads.
India’s food manufacturing industry is one of the fastest-growing in the Asia Pacific region, accounting for about a fifth of the global economy.
Food is also widely used in India to produce medical drugs, plastics and pharmaceuticals.