APEDA to showcase india’s strength as hub for organic food products at three day biofach india 2018 Back to News & Events List

Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) a statutory body under Ministry of Commerce, Government of India  will be showcasing India’s strength as major hub for organic food products, ingredients, commodities and processed food at the Three day Biofach India 2018, India’s leading trade fair for organic food to be held in New Delhi from October 25-27, 2018 at Hall No. 7, Pragati Maidan.
Biofach India 2018, the largest event of organic agriculture and organic food sector of India having the presence of entire organic agriculture and food fraternity from across the country is being organized jointly by the NuernbergMesse India and Agricultural Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA).
More than 500 delegates  comprising of Exporters, processors, retail chain industry, certification bodies and producers from India and abroad will be participating in the Biofach 2018, the trade Fair-cum-Exhibition to discuss and have first hand feel of the Indian organic products including tea, spices, honey, basmati rice, coffee, cereals, dry fruits, vegetables, processed foods and medicinal plant said Mr Paban K Borthakur, chairman, Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA).
Source: internationalnewsandviews

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