The Indian food processing industry accounts for 32% of the country’s total food market and is one of the largest industries in India. It is ranked fifth in terms of production, consumption, exports and expected growth.
For providing impetus to the growth of the sector in a systematic manner, the Ministry of Food Processing Industries Government of India is implementing a watershed schemes by establishing MEGA FOOD PARKS. This scheme provides state of art infrastructure and technology to the enterprises engaged in the food processing industry. The Mega Food Parks make available services for establishing backward and forward linkages covering the entire food processing value chain and implement best practices in post harvest management.
To bring awareness among the prospective investors the Ministry of Food Processing Industries Government of India with ASSOCHAM is organizing a summit on Mega Food Parks: the Investment Decision on 27th November, 2012 at Hotel Capitol, Raj Bhavan Road, Bengaluru at 10.00 am.
Apart from presentation on the Umbrella schemes of Mega Food Parks, there will also be presentation on the facilities and services available for the investors at International Mega Food Park Fazilka Punjab and Patanjali Herbal and Food Park Haridwar Uttarakhand. The event will also witness presence of senior officers from the Ministry of Food Processing Industries (GOI) with their counter parts from the state government as well as lead bankers.
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