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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

TPCI pavilion, with 45 companies, representing India at SIAL Paris ’18
Thursday, 25 October, 2018, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, New Delhi
Forty-five Indian companies are participating in the SIAL Paris exhibition, the largest international marketplace for foodservice professionals. Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI) has inaugurated a special Indian pavilion at the ongoing mega exhibition for the participating companies.

Over 7,020 exhibitors from France and about 109 other countries are showcasing their offerings, ranging from ingredients to processed products, including fresh produce, at the event.

Mohit Singla, chairman, TPCI, said, “This exhibition is an ideal platform for the Indian participants to explore the business opportunities for trade and acquaint with new consumer trends, food innovations, food services, marketing tie-ups and joint ventures.”

He added that the interest being shown by buyers towards Indian products and companies in the ongoing exhibition will open up new vistas for co-operation between India and Europe.

The exhibition is one of the most important get-togethers of buyers and sellers interested in dairy products, meat, fresh fruits and vegetables, tinned and preserved foods, semi-processed food products, organic products, health products and food supplements, seafood, ready-prepared dishes, pet and poultry products and equipment and services. Indian companies have been getting good inquiries from the buyers who have converged from all over Europe.

SIAL Paris is held every two years, and is famous for culinary demonstrations by famous chefs every day. This unique culinary show stages SIAL Paris exhibitors’ products on the basis of current topics and trends, such as locavore cooking and fresh attitude, trends and textures, besides live cuisine lessons.

Buyers throng this exhibition to discover fresh produce and raw supplies and Indian companies are making their mark felt through their products and cuisine.
 
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