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SIAL- food exhibition in Delhi from Sep 19-21

New Delhi, Aug 13 (UNI) With an aim to boost growth in the food processing sector, SIAL- International exhibition for food and beverages is all set with its second edition in India and the three-day exhibition will be held here from September 19- 21.
The three day exhibition being brought by Comexposium and Inter Ads Exhibitions will be held at Pragati Maidan.
Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises and few associations like Forum of Indian Food Importers, Indian Federation of Culinary association, Hospitality Purchase Managers Forum etc will also be participating in the exhibition, the SIAL said in a statement.
The exhibition will offer the industry an opportunity to source high quality local and foreign ingredients, network with industry professionals from across the globe, learn the latest industry trends, innovations, and broaden their business potential.
The second edition of SIAL in India is expected to witness over 300 exhibitors from 20 countries like China, France, Indonesia, Italy, Portugal, Russia, South Korea, Canada, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, USA and others will help them explore the untapped market in the country and make investments and deals in the food processing sector.
Meghalaya is the Partner State in SIAL India with special focus on north east market.
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