Food World India 2010
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry



About the event

FOODWORLD INDIA ­ The Global Convention for Food Business and Industry is the flagship food processing event organised by FICCI. The fifth edition of “FOODWORLD INDIA 2011” is here to discuss new age business opportunity in food!

Since its inception,  it has received encouraging support from stakeholders including all major food sector corporate, government officials, visionaries, international experts and researchers. The event in the past has witnessed the presence of Union Minister of Food Processing Industry, Chief Minister of States, Secretary,  Food Processing Industry and many other distinguished personalities from across the globe.

Join “ FOODWORLD INDIA ” to discover ever increasing opportunities in food industry to exceed expectations and set a buoyant tone for industry.


Food- The biggest consumption category in India

Food is the biggest consumption category in India with 31% of the consumer’s wallet expenditure. By 2015, the Indian food industry is expected to reach USD 258 billion and USD 318 billion by 2020 from the current level of USD 181 billion, throwing up huge opportunities for investment across the entire value chain. Domestically, the spending on food and food products amounts to 21% of India’s GDP, expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.1% for the next 5 years. It is important to understand that as much as 70% of the current food spending by the Indian consumer is on agri­ products. Additionally, two­ thirds of this spending is on primary and secondary processed products.


Partner Country, Federal Republic of Germany

The food and drinks industry is one of Germany’s largest industrial branches. With a workforce of more than 5,40,000 in close to 5,900 companies, it is one of Germany’s five biggest industries. For the year 2010 estimated figures of nominal turnover generated is €149.5 billion with a nominal growth of 1.2%.

Meat (22%), milk and dairy (17%) together with alcoholic beverages (9%) and sweets and baked goods (8­9% each) are the subsectors recording the highest turnover. The German food industry is dominated by small and medium­ size enterprises. There are a few big global players but the majority of the companies are operated by private individuals and families, being responsible for the quality of their products.

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