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India to be co-partner in global food trade fair ANUGA

Indian exhibitors at ANUGA have been on rise since 2005

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Harsimrat Kaur Badal
Harsimrat Kaur Badal

India to be a co-partner in a global food and beverages trade to be held in Cologne, from October 7-11, this year.

The 34th edition of is being organised by and 7,200 exhibitors from more than 100 countries are likely to participate in the event.


"Being the largest producer of food in the world, India cannot remain distant from such mega events, and to become global food market and global food factory, representation of India needs to grow by many times in the years to come," Food Processing Minister said after signing the memorandum of understanding for participation in

She said that foreign investment and interest in India will also grow many times and therefore the country has to become an important partner of these events.

Indian exhibitors at have been on rise since 2005 and around 135 companies and individual traders had participated in the event last year.

Badal also invited to participate in the forthcoming global food investors trade fair to be held in November this year in the capital.

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