India's agri sends out are developing at a sound speed and there is a need to zero in on the handled food area as it holds enormous potential to help the country's outbound shipments, Exchange Advancement Board of India (TPCI) said on Sunday. Remembering this, the board's three-day IndusFood exhibition launched on January 8 in Hyderabad.
It was initiated by Extra Secretary in the trade service Rajesh Agrawal and Joint Secretary in the service Srikar K Reddy.
Talking on the event, Agrawal said there is a need to make worldwide brands in the food and refreshments industry.
"In a perfect world, we really want to make 50 brands, then, at that point, we will actually want to take care of our business competently. We should think around the world and assemble brands. We should give serious consideration on the most proficient method to advance Indian food abroad," TPCI said in a proclamation citing Agrawal.
That's what he added however India is doing great in the agri trades front, "our portion of handled food is under 1% in products of handled food class. We should seek to take up our portion in the worldwide market to 10 percent"
Mohit Singla, Organizer Director TPCI said Indusfood has had the option to bring institutional purchasers from the remotest corners like French Guinea, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, Gathering, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Sint Maarten, Syria, Togo and Turkmenistan.
"The current year's elite spotlight is on millets. India is worldwide viewed as the place that is known for veggie lover food with an immense assortment of items. In this way, we have additionally been zeroing in on plant-based protein," Singla said.
India's food and drinks trades at present are at USD 42 billion.