Fi India & Hi 2016 in New Delhi, 22 to 24 August

First-ever Fi Pre-Connect Congress

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Fi India & Hi 2015 was held from 19 to 21 October in Mumbai

Vhe 2016 edition of Food ingredients India & Health ingredients (Fi India & Hi) organized by UBM India will be held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi from 22 to 24 August and will offer opportunities to industry players to take advantage of the growing food manufacturing hub in Northern India. This event will see over 200 exhibiting organizations, over 7,000 food and health professionals from the sub-continent and neighbouring regions like China, Taiwan, UAE, Iran and many more.

Powered by 11 years of industry experience, Fi India will once again feature three days of free, on-site seminars on health ingredients, food processing and packaging. The seminars will be organized in association with a variety of Indian associations and will cover both technical developments and market trends.

Day 1 will feature technical sessions on health and nutrition that will be conducted by Health Foods & Dietary Supplements Association (HADSA). For the first time, HADSA will impart Omega 3 based product training at Fi India Conference. Day 2 will see a National Seminar conducted by All India Food Processors’ Association (AIFPA). Day 3 will see sessions on innovations and new and emerging trends in food processing and packaging. In addition to the power-packed seminars, the expo will also feature the Expo Foodtec Pavilion dedicated to Food Technology and an AIFA Pavilion featuring food processing companies.

As a pre-cursor to the expo, UBM India and Fi India will inaugurate the first-ever Fi Pre-Connect Congress, a platform to discuss and ideate the scope of Indian food manufacturing industries, challenges faced in safety and regulatory aspects, cutting-edge insights on new technologies, innovative business-marketing strategies and other trending topics.

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