On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his administration will unveil “World Food India 2023” in New Delhi. There will be a significant ceremony in Pragati Maidan’s Bharat Mandapam at 10 a.m., according to a statement provided by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
Over a million individuals will get Seed Capital Assistance as part of the Prime Minister’s aim to strengthen the Self Help Groups. It is claimed that with this money, SHGs could raise their production and packaging standards, thus increasing their market value and, hence, their prices.
Prime Minister Modi will soon inaugurate Food Street.
As part of World Food India 2023, the Prime Minister will announce the ‘Food Street‘ initiative. Regional delicacies from around India’s illustrious culinary past will be featured. With almost 200 chefs participating, this event is unlike any other culinary world with lots of new and exciting things.
It is hoped that by holding this celebration, people would learn more about India’s role as the “food basket of the world” and appreciate the significance of declaring 2023 the International Year of Millets. This networking and commercial platform provides a central location for government agencies, industry experts, farmers, entrepreneurs, and anyone involved in the agri-food sector to get together, do business, and investigate investment possibilities. Chief Executive Officers will get together for roundtable discussions on funding and networking.
Decision-makers and others involved in the agri-food industry will be able to meet there to exchange ideas and learn about potential business partnerships. India’s advanced food processing industry will be shown in a number of pavilions.
The innovative and reliable food processing sector in India will be on full display at the several pavilions that have been announced. There will be 48 individual lectures, each covering a different facet of the food processing sector. Economic autonomy, quality assurance, and technological advancement will serve as the three overarching topics.
There will be delegations from over 80 different nations and CEOs from numerous ample food manufacturing firms. In addition, a Reverse Buyer Seller Meet will bring together customers from over 80 other countries. According to the PMO, Japan will be the featured country, while the Netherlands will act as the event’s partner nation.
The second edition of the most magnificent food festival in the world, World Culinary India 2023, is set to take place in India from November 3 to 5, 2023. During the big festivities for the International Year of Millets 2023, 50,000 tetra-pack containers of millet drinks will be produced and distributed to children from low-income homes. About 75,000 people are anticipated over the course of the next three days; cultural programs, such as musical and dancing performances, will be offered to them. If World Culinary India 2023 is a huge success, it will cement India’s position as one of the world’s leading culinary events. President Draupadi Murmu will deliver the event’s final remarks on its last day, November 5.