The event is targeting around 800 companies with 22 foreign countries participating at the event. The group is also targeting to remain aligned with the government of India campaign, Make In India.
The 30th edition of the hospitality and food exhibition which showcases great footfall from the industry is starting on 10th March.
This year, the organizers have increased the space to 45000 sqmts as compared to last year last year’s 44000 sqmts of gross area.
The event is targeting around 800 companies and 22 foreign countries are participating in the event. The group is also targeting to remain in sync with Make In India campaign.
The fair will be running two exhibitions simultaneouslt\y, Food India and Hospitality Ondia.
Food India will cover food, processed food, food additives & beverages, while Hospitality India will cover hotel and restaurant equipments and supplies etc.
The event will give stake holders chance to discuss, meet and make deal on the spot.
“The focus will be ‘Make In India’ where in there is an increase in participating countries to 22. It is an opportunity for the suppliers, buyers, opinion makers, and consultants to meet and discuss business possibilities. It’s the most reasonable way to get businesses,” said V Kumar, in charge GM and financial advisor Indian Trade Promotion Organisation.
The five daylong event is one of the biggest platforms where food and hospitality sector come together on single platform.
Union Minister for food processing industries, Harsimrat Kaur Badal will be chief guest for the inaugurating function on 10th March.
The event will be open for business visitors on all days while general public would be allowed on last days from 2pm to 6pm.