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India's Food Industry Continues to Boom

PR Newswire | 10 Jul, 2014
MUMBAI, India: India has the second largest population in the world and the tenth largest economy. It also has the eleventh largest consumer market in the world. It is no wonder that India has become an essential player in the global food ingredients market. AC Nielsen previously named India as a hotspot for food manufacturers, food producers and food ingredient professionals and the country has become an integral part of the global food ingredient network. India has also become one of the most important destinations for food investment, with its food industry growing at an annual rate of 17%. The bridge linking India to the rest of the world is becoming stronger and Food ingredients (Fi) India is at the forefront of the action. It provides a global portfolio extending from the iconic tradeshow, to online platforms with the world's leading suppliers and buyers, to the high-level industry specific conferences.

From 29 September - 1 October 2014, India will play host to this fully dedicated food ingredients show and Fi India are working to gather hundreds of the leading food ingredient suppliers and 6,000+ visitors and industry professionals. Included in this powerhouse line-up are the likes of ADM Agro, Roquette, Matrix, Mintel and many more. This specialised food ingredients event focuses on innovation and consumer trends, providing a platform for key professionals from around the world to link to this flourishing Indian market.

Matthias Baur, Portfolio Director, Food ingredients Global, provides his viewpoint: "The buying power at Fi India has increased by around 20% in recent years, with seniority of attendees now mainly being CEOs, directors and presidents. Along with the increased buying power and economic growth, a relaxation in import policies, growth of organised retailing, increased urbanisation and an increase in middle class, the lifestyles and food habits are changing across India. This is opening the doors for imported foods, fast foods, health foods and innovative food ingredients from across the globe."

Fi India is part of the Food ingredients Portfolio and works at extending the Food ingredients brand into regions where they have opportunities to engage with new customers and also present new business growth and opportunities to their existing client base. With the key focus on customer insight, sourcing, business development and innovation and trade, in a region with one of the fastest growth rates in the world, Fi India is the most cost-effective platform to source new ingredients, grow market share and is the key stepping stone to enter India's food ingredients market.

About the organiser

UBM Live is a division of UBMplc, which is headquartered in London, UK. The office in the Netherlands is the organiser of the world-leading Health ingredients, Food ingredients, CPhi, ICSE and Informex series of food and pharmaceutical ingredients trade shows. The Dutch office also publishes International Food Ingredients Magazine and organises related conference activities. For more information, visit http://www.foodingredientsglobal.com

About Food ingredients

The Food ingredients portfolio hosts the world's leading food, natural and health ingredients trade shows. Since 1986, the Food ingredients exhibitions have become the established meeting place for all stakeholders in the food ingredients industry. Over the last 25 years more than 500,000 people have attended our shows across the globe and as a result have contracted billions of euros worth of business deals.  For more information about our portfolio of events and products, please visit http://www.foodingredientsglobal.com/europe/about

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agro base industries in new subsidies
P RAJESH KUMAR | Thu Jul 17 04:57:20 2014
AGRO INDUSTRIES GET MORE SUBSIDIES, THEN THEY GET MORE FUTURE & MORE TAXES, ALL ARE MOST WANT AT FIRST EATING,THEN REST IN HOUSE, THEN SOCKING MATERIAL. IN INDIA IMPROVEMENTS ALL ARE NO WANTINGS AT FRIST FOR EATING FOODS, SECONDLY HE/SHE DRESSING FOR CLOTHS &LASTLY LIVING A OWN HOUSE.


 
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