The ANUTEC – International FoodTec India is an international supplier fair for the food and beverage industry, which takes place once a year alternately in New Delhi and in Mumbai. As an offshoot of the Anuga FoodTec in Cologne the only to trade visitors accessible fair is organized primarily for the areas of processing, technology and packaging of food and beverages. The exhibition aims to open up new ways in the field of food industry at the Indian market and is considered the most important technology platform in India for the food and beverage industry. Here the latest developments and trends will be presented but also the future of the industry in general will be discussed. Together with the Sweet & SnackTec India, the international trade fair for the processing and packaging of sweets and snacks, the PackEx India, the international exhibition on packaging material and technology and the Dairy Universe India, the international trade fair on dairy processing, packaging and distribution technology, equipment and supplies a fair association has been created that maps the entire value chain and closes with the specific needs of the industry.
On the whole the organisers welcomed on the 3 days of the fair, from 14. November to 16. November 2014, about 466 exhibitors and 12007 visitors on the ANUTEC – International FoodTec India in Mumbai.
The ANUTEC – International FoodTec India will take place on 3 days from Monday, 21. August to Wednesday, 23. August 2017 in New Delhi.
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