FIFI welcomes Australia's Oldest State, New South Wales to India
Forum of Indian Food Importers (FIFI), hosts food and beverage exporters from New South Wales, Australia's oldest and most cosmopolitan state, into India.
The delegates, which comprised of 10 companies from New South Wales represented a range of products like Australian wines, berries, protein powder, health foods, alternate medicines, macadamia nuts, and macadamia milk to name a few. FIFI as an associate coordinated over 220 pre-aligned B2B meetings for both Australian and Indian delegates.
FIFI; is a not for profit organization, which is not involved in buying and selling directly. FIFI has prowess in providing comprehensive knowledge of Indian Food & Beverage market. An APEX chamber representing over 5,000 food importers and retailers from India, FIFI works closely with various country governments and Government of India agencies to benefit member importers with an objective to bring international products to end consumers.
Mr. Amit Lohani, Founder Director, Forum of Indian Food Importers said, "There is no better way to connect people than food and we are elated to see that numerous countries are visiting us with an objective to promote their food and beverages in India. What an honor it is to see that New South Wales, which is also called a rising sun of Australia, is seeing rising potential in the Indian market and is associating with us to find right partners. In the current era of globalization, this is how the world comes together - through trade and we pave way for novel products into the Indian market. This not only gives us an opportunity to expose Indian consumers to a plethora of products but, also generates employment."
FIFI team also extended special thanks to Rohit Manchanda Trade Commissioner NSW, with special mention of Mr. Mark Morley Trade Commissioner Austrade India, Mr. Harsh Puri, and Mr. Yaser Siddiqui from Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).
Forum of Indian Food Importers ( FIFI)