’India Food & Nutrition Innovation Summit 2021’ calls-out to startups


Join as Exhibitor at India Food & Nutrition Innovation Summit 2021

FICCI in collaboration with Thinking Forks Consulting, and in association with NuFFooDS Spectrum, with Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI) as the government partner, is virtually organising “India Food & Nutrition Innovation Summit 2021” (IFNIS 2021) from 27th – 28th October 2021 which is calling out to startups in the food and nutrition space.

Many new age disruptors are coming up with offerings in healthy snacking category including roasted makhanas in numerous flavours, dry fruits / nuts with a twist, vacuum fried vegetable based snacks (palak, okra, kale snacks), freeze dried fruits, smoothies, juices, certified organic ingredients based snacks, indigenous ingredient based products, millet based cookies/ snacks and traditional Indian flavours based candies, which were less heard off earlier.

Many of these companies are also developing interesting brands and positioning strategies and are trying to revive the old traditions of India in a new format, packaging and taste that the younger generation appreciates.

Another interesting category of startups is coming up in the space of food ingredients and DIY (Do It Yourself) food kits, providing boiled and vacuum packed pulses, batters/pastes, sauces, mixes, functional foods focusing on specific dietary requirements, fusion foods and baby food. 

With the objective of showcasing New Age Disruptive Food Products, Technologies and Scientific Advances in Food & Nutrition Ecosystem fostering towards a Healthier India, IFNIS 2021 is inviting startups to join as exhibitors.

To Register as Delegate for this virtual event, visit: https://ficci.in/registration/invitee-form.asp?evid=25717  


For further queries and participation, reach out to Seema Sudan at seemasudan@thinkingforks.com or call on 95822 23723.  



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