A three day Food & Grocery Forum India begins in Mumbai from today. The main purpose of the Forum is to provide the right kind of knowledge and trade opportunities for those taking part in the exhibition.
The Food & Grocery Forum India is being organised by the food processing industry in partnership with some private players who have an interest in this sector. The Forum will provide an opportunity to food service operators, modern retailers and progressive grocers to anticipate new trends that the industry will follow as it surges ahead in the coming year. All stakeholders will be able to share ideas and witness the many new innovations that are taking the industry by storm with the help of presentations and talks given by those with knowhow.
Advertised as the Mecca of Indian food retail, the eight edition of the Food & Grocery Forum India has for its theme this year – the future through groundbreaking concepts in food retail. Best practices and technological innovations and insights into consumer drivers will be shared with participants who will be at the Forum from India and from countries like British Columbia, Dubai, Ecuador, Colombia, USA, Canada, Spain and UK.
The India Forum has already created a name for itself as a platform that helps forage partnerships and networking possibilities. Here innovation breaks barriers, knowledge is shared that enhances opportunities in food retail and also ideas that flow seek to tap the consumers mind for the mutual benefit of the industry and the consumers alike.
The Indian food industry is on the threshold of growth and makes a valuable contribution to the food trade each year. This highly profitable industry adds value to the food processing industry and is recognised as a sector that has the potential to reach new heights with the government opening the doors of liberalisation. This is why hundreds of stalwarts from the food industry are expected to participate in the Forum and share their successful business modules for the benefit of the entire industry.