The processed food industry is poised for huge growth, and increasingly enhances its contribution to world food trade every year. The Government’s efforts in reaching out to the foreign investors have resulted in renewed interest in Indian processed food sector and they are considering India as a promising destination for their investment. Internally, the food sector is a high‐growth and high‐profit sector due to changing socio economic factors and our potential in agriculture. Food and grocery account for around 31 percent of India’s consumption basket. The Indian food and grocery market is the world’s sixth largest. The Indian food retail market is expected to reach Rs. 61 lakh crore (US$ 915 billion) by 2020.

There is a strong linkage between the nation’s growth rate, productivity, industry prosperity and the wellbeing of its population. This is particularly important for us as we are the young nation of the world. Ironically, the country is increasingly facing the challenge of malnutrition and lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension, cardio vascular diseases etc., particularly affecting the young adults and it is more than often linked to the diet. India is a young nation and can become a power to reckon with only if its youth are healthy and productive. Thus there is a simultaneous need to ensure that the food choice made available to the consumers is not only hygienic and safe but also nutritious.

The government is doing its part in formulating standards and regulating the industry to ensure safe, hygienic and nutritious food. However it is pertinent on part of all stakeholders – farmer, research, industry and government ‐ to voluntarily take up the responsibility of making India a healthy nation by also making nutritious choices available to the consumers. To deliberate on the imperative concerns with respect to the production and processing of Safe and Nutritious Food along the food value chain from the farm to fork, we are organizing the next edition of our annual event – India Farm 2 Fork ‐ an international Conference & Exhibition ‐ involving all the stakeholders, with the theme – “Producing Food Smartly ‐ Safe, Hygienic & Nutritious Food” ‐ at Shangri‐La's Eros Hotel, New Delhi New Delhi. Where in Krishi Jagran, Agriculture World and are the Media Partner.


  • To help in identifying the innovative crops and technologies at Farm level to cater to the food and nutritional requirements of the Indian population
  • To help in identifying the major potential of food processing and highlight business Opportunities
  • Making processors aware of the latest trends and technologies in food processing to ensure making India a Zero waste and carbon neutral country by 2030
  • To highlight the role of regulators, ensuring safe, hygienic and nutritious food
  • To discuss the role of Sma rt infrastructure and logistics requirement to produce nutrition smart food
  • To strategize key strategies for promotion of the sector

Key Sessions

  • Nutrition Smart food and Climate smart food production process, making India a Zero Waste and Carbon Neutral country by 2030
  • Maximizing utilization of food by smart processing‐ Innovative technologies • Role of Regulators, ensuring safe, hygienic and nutritious Food
  • Smart Infrastructure and logistics for producing food smartly
  • I n t e r n a ti o n a l a n d s t a t e l e v e l Agricultural Best practices

Who should attend

  • Centre and State Governments representatives
  • Food processors and exporters
  • Food Marketing companies
  • Food Testing Laboratories
  • Food Safety Agencies
  • Cold chain technology and service providers
  • Machinery and equipment manufacturers
  • Packaging companies
  • Financial Institutions and banks  and Self help groups & FPOs
  • Progressive Farmers
  • Food Start Ups
  • National and international Aid Agencies
  • Nutracitical and Ingredients Industry
  • Academia & Research Institutes
  • Food Regulatory Authority
  • Certification bodies
  • Retailers

For Participation / Sponsorship / Exhibition details, please contact:

Ms. Mallika Verma

Email :

Mob: 9891272185 / Ext. 214

Mr. Dinesh Chauhan

Email :

Mobile: 09650533408 / Ext. 220



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