Bhubaneswar:25/10/17:Odisha will participate as ‘Focus State’ in the World Food India (WFI)-2017, a mega food international event being organised at New Delhi from November 3 to 5 next.More than 200 global companies and 41 global CEOs from 30 countries and over 450 domestic companies and leading Research and Development institutes along with 95 Indian industry captains are likely to participate in the event. As a focus State Odisha will be setting up its own Pavilion with 12 stalls showcasing various processed food items of Odisha like spices, cashew, confectionery items, processed agro food, sea food. MSME Secretary L N Gupta said a Seminar on Potential of Food Processing Sector in Odisha and the business delegates from the states will have B2B meetings with investors/entrepreneurs of other states and countries during the event.Japan, Denmark and Germany are partner countries in the World Food India-2017 and Italy, Netherlands are Focus Countries. Official/business delegations from Poland, South Korea, Sri Lanka, UK, France, Netherlands are also likely to participate in the event.UNI BD DP PL
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