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The theme of the conference is “India Dairy to the world: Opportunities & Challenges”
The Indian Dairy Association’s (IDA) 49th Dairy Industry Conference and Expo, which will bring together dairy experts and professionals from India and overseas, dairy cooperatives, milk producers, government officials, scientists, policymakers and planners, academicians and other stakeholders, will take place in Gandhinagar from March 16 to 18.
The theme of the 49th Dairy Industry Conference is “India Dairy to the world: Opportunities & Challenges”. It is being organised physically after a gap of three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic by IDA in collaboration with its Gujarat State chapter.
Union Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Parshottam Rupala will be the chief guest at the inauguration of the Dairy Industry Conference & Expo on March 16th. Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah will be the chief guest at the Indian Dairy Summit on March 18.
“The Dairy Industry Conference is the biggest conference of the $10 billion Indian dairy industry. What makes the conference even more special is that it is taking place in Gujarat after a gap of 27 years,” said RS Sodhi, President of Indian Dairy Association, the apex body of the dairy industry in India.
The conference will be a platform for dairy industry professionals to come together and discuss the global dairy trends, farm innovations, sustainability within the sector, climate change, nutrition, and health in India with the singular objective of making India a thriving hub of dairy innovations and solutions.
The latest technologies in milk production, storage, processing, and packaging solutions will also be on display during the three-day conference and exhibition. Awards will also be given in various categories to individuals and organisations for their contribution to the growth of the dairy industry.