9th Oct 2019 10:10:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Cologne, Oct 9: State Industries Minister, Tumke Bagra while attending the Mega International Food Processing Fair & Technology Show here in the German industrial city from October 5-9 made elaborate efforts to showcase Arunachal’s rich yet untapped potential in the food processing sector.
During Business-to-Business discussions with delegates from India and European nations, Bagra portrayed Arunachal Pradesh as the unexplored food industries destination. His elaboration that the state’s entire agro-horticulture produces are organic in nature was highly lauded by the audience. He further stated that under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister Pema Khandu, the state is gaining positive momentum in farm economy. “Department of Industries, GoAP is contemplating to introduce very attractive industry policy which would be lucrative to the investors,” Bagra said. The Minister was invited by the Chairman of the Indian delegation organising team and MD of Koelnmesse, Mumbai Ashwani Pandey to inaugurate the Indian pavilion comprising 125 stalls yesterday. Leading  food processing companies from India like Spice Board of India, Cashew Export Promotion Council, India Trade Promotion Organization, Indian Chamber of Commerce, Haldiram, etc are participating in the fair along with an all-European participation. This  Fair is rated highly by the serious trade visitors worldwide and world exporter unions also enthusiastically await for it which was participated by 110 countries.
Bagra  visited more than 50 Indian and foreign stalls and was accompanied by Director Industry, Habung Donyi and OSD to the Minister, Geto Ori during the tour.


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