Second edition of International Spice Conference Begins at Thiruvanantapuram

Posted on:13 Feb 2017 09:24:45
Second edition of International Spice Conference Begins at Thiruvanantapuram
13 February 2017 Current Affairs:  The second edition of the International Spice Conference began at Kovalam in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala from February 12, 2017.

The three days conference has been hosted by All India Spices Exporters Forum (AISEF) in association with the Cochin Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The conference was inaugurated by the Nestle India Limited Chairman and Managing director Suresh Narayanan.

The theme of the conference is “21st Century Spic Industry-Disrupt or be Disrupted”

The main aim of the event is to deliberate on effective strategies and innovative technologies to improve the livelihood of spice farmers, address spice industry challenges, food safety concern, demand supply disparity and foster sustainable growth.

Over 800 delegates, including 250 delegates from foreign countries will take part in the conference.

AISEF has set a target to achieve the spice export to about five billion by 2021, from the current export of Rs 2.5-billion.
 The second edition of the International Spice Conference began at Kovalam in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala from February 12, 2017.

The three days conference has been hosted by All India Spices Exporters Forum (AISEF) in association with the Cochin Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The conference was inaugurated by the Nestle India Limited Chairman and Managing director Suresh Narayanan.

The theme of the conference is “21st Century Spic Industry-Disrupt or be Disrupted”

The main aim of the event is to deliberate on effective strategies and innovative technologies to improve the livelihood of spice farmers, address spice industry challenges, food safety concern, demand supply disparity and foster sustainable growth.

Over 800 delegates, including 250 delegates from foreign countries will take part in the conference.

AISEF has set a target to achieve the spice export to about five billion by 2021, from the current export of Rs 2.5-billion.

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