The second edition of Indus Food saw business deals and agreements worth $1 billion negotiated which would materialise in months to come. “We had 800 global buyers from 78 countries who participated in Indus Food. In the first edition we had participation from 43 countries which generated business worth $650 million, and this year we managed to secure business transactions worth over $1 billion,” said Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI) Chairman Mohit Singla. TPCI had organised the two-day Indus Food at India Expo at Greater Noida which ended on Tuesday.
Zomaland, the most awaited food and entertainment carnival is going to held at Delhi on this coming weekend from January 18 to January 20, 2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru stadium. The food delivery company Zomato is holding their first on-ground food festival. After this Zomaland will be also be held in Pune and Bengaluru from February 8 to February 10 and from March 1 to March 3 this year, respectively.
A group of students from Mohandas College of Engineering came up to combat the need of quality packaged water distributed in the city. They have developed a solution which will help to purify water by making it E coli free. As the city was also facing issues related to the safe consumption of bottled water.
Cosmo Films, a global leader in speciality films for flexible packaging, lamination and labelling applications as well as synthetic paper, bagged two awards at the recently concluded SIES SOP Star Awards 2018 in Mumbai for excellence in packaging innovation and product development in the flexible packaging space. The winning entries included Matte Coated Cosmo Synthetic Paper and Sterilisable Conduction Sealing Film.