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USD 30 billion needed to revamp India’s food processing industry

USD 30 billion needed to revamp India’s food processing industry

To revamp the food processing industry a huge investment of $30 billion is estimated. The investment, if achieved, will benefit the industry through its restructuring, and push the current 2.2 per cent share of processed

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MoFPI to facilitate setting up of laboratory for wine testing and certification

MoFPI to facilitate setting up of laboratory for wine testing and certification

According to a PIB release, Subodh Kant Sahai, Minister of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI), said that Indian wine sector requires a long-term commitment, as it is a very capital intensive industry. Sahai inaugurated the National

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Karnataka to set up six more food parks

Karnataka to set up six more food parks

R Suresh, Chief Secretary for Karnataka food processing and technology department, says that the state government (in its financial plan) has approved six more food parks apart from four food parks that are at various

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Give priority to food processing sector: Sahai tells Planning Commission

Give priority to food processing sector: Sahai tells Planning Commission

Subodh Kant Sahai, Minister for food processing industries, is lamenting that the Planning Commission has not understood the food processing sector’s importance. He said that despite its more than 15 per cent annual growth, the

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Food processing sector’s growth depends on adherence to quality standards: Sahai

Food processing sector’s growth depends on adherence to quality standards: Sahai

Subodh Kant Sahai, Union Minister for Food Processing Industries, stated that the food processing sector is going to be the driving seat for the Indian economy. “At present, the sector is growing at the rate

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Proposal to set up a food processing centre in Chandigarh

Proposal to set up a food processing centre in Chandigarh

The Industries Department of Chandigarh has taken up the proposal with the Union Ministry of Food Processing to explore the possibility of setting up a food processing unit in the Union Territory of Chandigarh under

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