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CMP is Back This Year with Loads of Innovative Ideas and Varieties of Food Ingredients
Date:7/10/2008

MUMBAI, India, July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- CMP India and CMP Information, The Netherlands, is once again organizing Fi India 2008, a two-day International Exhibition and Conference on Food Ingredients in Mumbai on October 3-4th, 2008. This is a part of the world-wide series of Fi Events held in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.

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Fi India took place in Mumbai in September 2006 for the first time and was inaugurated by the Hon'ble Union Minister for Food Processing Industries, Mr Subodh Kant Sahai. Subsequently it was again organised in October 2007 and was inaugurated by the noted Food Scientist and the Chairman of CFTRI, Dr V Prakash.

Over 2000 delegates visited local & international exhibitors. Fi India has emerged as a highly focused event -- gaining its reputation for delivering a quality audience of both Visitors & Sponsors which confirmed India as a very significant and important emerging market.

CMP India, this year, has introduced a much more comprehensive event format that will better match the needs of this growing market.

Fi India 2008 will now feature an expanded exhibitor area that will provide a superb regional and international sales platform for the global Food Industry.

The objective of this Exhibition & Conference is to explore the growth opportunities of the Indian food industry in the Domestic and in the International markets. It will specifically focus on health ingredients, natural ingredients and food safety.

This event can very well be the next challenge for the food industry. The trend points to a shift with the consumer looking for innovative flavors and new tastes. Healthier food choices are also of great interest in order to combat lifestyle-influenced conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

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