ANUFOOD India begins tomorrow, to host over 800 companies

 ANUFOOD India begins tomorrow, to host over 800 companies

Team L&M

The Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai is all set to hold its three-day mega edition of ANUTEC – International FoodTec India and ANUFOOD India from tomorrow. With the country’s processed food market projected to reach a staggering USD 535 billion by 2025, ANUTEC India’s significance as a catalyst for innovation and growth cannot be undermined.

ANUFOOD India will unveil abundant opportunities and innovations in the F&B landscape in sync with India’s thriving food retail market, projected to reach $852 billion by 2025 with an 8.25 per cent CAGR from 2020 to 2025. The concurrent event, PackEx India, being held alongside ANUTEC India promises to be a comprehensive showcase of the latest innovations, trends, and collaborations in the food and beverage packaging sector.

India’s food and grocery retail market size was valued at USD 573 billion in 2020 and is projected
to reach USD 852 billion in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 8.25 per cent from 2020 to 2025

The event will have 700 exhibitors from over 28 countries with dedicated pavilions from Brazil, Philippines, Turkey, Indonesia, Korea, Italy and Iran. These countries will showcase a diverse array of innovative products and solutions poised to reshape the future of food and beverage processing.

Elaborating on the opportunities in the sector, Dr Prabodh Halde, Chairman, All India Food Processors Association (Western Region) said, “The food industry is dynamically poised at the crossroads of economic expansion and environmental stewardship. Bolstered by FSSAI’s regulatory framework, the sector now catalyses trust and guides a robust 20,000 crore rupee annual packaged ingredients market. With a valuation of $32 billion in 2022, India’s food and beverage packaging domain envisions an ambitious ascent to $86 billion by 2029, leveraging technology and sustainability as its driving forces. In this transformative journey, the synergistic trio of ANUTEC – International FoodTec, ANUFOOD, and PackEx India emerges as a driving force, fostering innovation and steering the industry towards holistic growth and sustainability.”

Indian food processing industry is expected to reach USD 535 billion by 2025-2026,
contributing to 12.8 per cent of India’s GDP

The prominent exhibitors of the event include Economode Food Equipment (I) Pvt. Ltd., Goma Process Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Heat & Control., Shri Vibracion Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Gopal Snacks Pvt. Ltd., Shubham Goldiee Masala Pvt. Ltd., Haldiram Snacks Pvt. Ltd., Wow Momo Sales Pvt. Ltd., amongst many others.

Says Koelnmesse India Managing Director Milind Dixit, “The revenue in the food market is currently pegged at $900 billion and it is poised to grow at a CAGR of 8.4 per cent by 2028. It’s clear that the industry is undergoing a monumental transformation. This event not only showcases innovation but accelerates it, fostering partnerships and pushing boundaries.”

The three-day exhibition will be complemented by knowledge-sharing platforms like live demonstrations of full production lines, panel discussions and presentations on topics such as Plant Based Foods 2.0, Technology & Innovation for Safe and Sustainable Food Eco-System, Revolutionizing Food Processing, among others.

From September 7-9 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai


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