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Last updated: 11 Jan, 2019  

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SME Times News Bureau | 11 Jan, 2019

INDUS FOOD-II to be held on January 14-15, at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida will help Indian small exporters from the sector, said Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu.

The event is aimed at promoting India as a strong and reliable exporter of food and beverage products to the world.

INDUS FOOD 2019 will promote value addition to India’s agriculture exports and integrate Indian farmers and agricultural products with global value chains.

Briefing the media in New Delhi, Minister for Commerce Suresh Prabhu said that the INDUS FOOD-II being held this year will be much bigger with bigger volumes of business.

With more than 700 buyers from 70 countries visiting INDUS FOOD-II and more than 500 food suppliers, the event will lead to greater interaction of Indian exporters with global customers leading to enhanced product development and better price realization in international markets, he added.

The Minister further said that the mega food event will bring business opportunities to the doorstep of Indian producers and manufacturers and help small exporters, who cannot afford participation in overseas fairs, to have a direct interface with foreign buyers who visit India for this show.

INDUS FOOD is a global platform where top exporters from Food and Beverage Industry of India will be participating and buyers from across the world have been invited.

After the success of the first edition of INDUS FOOD in 2018, Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI) has scaled up the Reverse Buyers-Sellers Meet (RBSM) with the financial assistance under Market Access Initiative (MAI) scheme of Department of Commerce.

 
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