Profood & Propack and Agbiz – 2-4 August, Colombo

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Profood & Propack and Agbiz
Profood & Propack and Agbiz

ASSOCHAM with the support of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, is organizing India Pavilion during the 18th International Processed Food & Beverage and Packaging & Agriculture Exhibition – Profood & Propack and Agbiz, which will be held from 2-4 August 2019 at BMICH, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

The event aims to provide a unique platform to discover and learn about the latest innovations in food processing, engineering & packaging service, and agriculture business. The show is expected to have over 300 exhibiting companies from 20 countries showcasing more than 1000 new products and services. The list of exhibiting companies profile includes processed food and beverages, confectionery, biscuits and bakers food processing and packaging technology, food packaging materials, retailing and vending systems, refrigeration and cold storage systems, agriculture machinery and irrigation systems, agri inputs, greenhouse, seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, agro-chemicals, and post-harvest technologies and setups.

The event is likely to generate footfall of over 30,000 visitors from the food processing industry and agriculture sector comprising of industrialists, importers, distributors, resellers, marketers, food retails and wholesalers, etc.

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