9th India Foodex 2017 in Bengaluru from 28-30 August 2017

Newest products and machinery to be showcased

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The Foodex 2017 exhibition will facilitate promotion of the food sector although there will be many new attractions during the event

The 9th India Foodex 2017 has initiated its countdown and the organizers, Media Today Group, are optimistic about a good show despite slowdown in the exhibition industry. India Foodex has been steadily growing in terms of magnitude, participants and visitors. This year, the event will be held from 28-30 August 2017, at BIEC, Bengaluru, India.

The exhibition will facilitate promotion of the food sector although there will be many new attractions during the event like, ‘a grand Culinary Challenge will be organized by South India Culinary Association (SICA) to promote chefs to demonstrate their skills that can help them improve enough to meet international standards.

The main attraction will be the launch of Indian AgriBusiness Innovation Awards jointly organized by Media Today Group and Delhi-based Indian Conventions, which has been organizing such award ceremonies in different verticals of the industry. This award ceremony would be attended by all important stakeholders of agri and processed food sectors and an eminent jury has been identified for the award ceremony.

For the 9th India Foodex, companies from China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Canada, Germany, Turkey and many more are expected for their participation. In order to promote holistic growth of the food industry, the event has concurrent shows for the grain, dairy and meat sectors as well – 8th GrainTech India, 7th DairyTech India and 4th MeatTech Asia, 3rd India Food Park Expo 2017 and 2nd SnackBev India 2017 to ensure better business opportunities for world food industry to grow.

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