Vietnamese enterprises seek food business opportunities in India

Update: 08:19 | 12/01/2020

Vietnamese enterprises joined the third Indian International Food and Beverage Expo (Indus Food 2020) in Uttar Pradesh, India, from January 8 to 10, to seek business cooperation opportunities in confectionery, beverages, energy drinks and fruits.

It is one of the major international fairs in the field of food, processed food and drinks, attracting nearly 1,000 Indian and international businesses.

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Vietnamese businesses talk to partners at the India-based fair.

In addition to Indus Food, this year’s event also featured the IndusFood Tech Fair, specialising in machinery and technology in the field of manufacturing, processing and packaging of food and beverages, as well as Indusfood Chem, specialising in chemicals, additives and input materials for the food industry.

With the support of the Vietnam Trade Office under the Vietnamese Embassy in India and the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnamese enterprises attended the fair, which was considered a good opportunity to introduce and promote Vietnamese food products to importers from India and around the world.

It was also a good opportunity for Vietnamese agricultural products to penetrate into the Indian market, which has great potential.

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Source: NDO

 
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