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Vibrant Tamilnadu - Global Expo & Summit

We are offering complimentary 3 nights accommodation at a STAR hotel, local transport including airport pick-up and drop, all meals and factory visit to foreign delegates. VTN 2018 registration

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Tamilnadu is a leading producer across several food crops in India as of 2017

 

Tamilnadu is a leading producer across several horticultural crops in India as of 2017

 

Tamilnadu is one of the largest producers of cash crops (coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar cane, oil seeds, oil palms, rubber trees, coconuts), fruits, vegetables, flowers and spices across India as of 2017

 

Highest quantity of food exports from Tamilnadu’s ports as of 2017: Food products exported in large quantities. (In 10,000 metric tons)

 

Highest quantity of food exports from Tamilnadu’s ports as of 2017: Food products exported in medium-scale quantities (In metric tons)

 

Highest quantity of food exports from Tamilnadu’s ports as of 2017: Food products exported in small-scale quantities. (In metric tons)

 

Highest value of food exports from Tamilnadu’s ports as of 2017: Revenue generated through large and medium-scale product exports from Tamilnadu. (In US$ millions)

 

 

Highest value of food exports from Tamilnadu’s ports as of 2017: Revenue generated through small-scale product exports from Tamilnadu. (In US$ millions)

 

 

  • Amway India Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, the Indian arm of Michigan-based $10.8-billion direct-selling firm Amway Corp., announced the inauguration of its first factory in India in 2015.
  • The Rs.550 crore facility in Tamil Nadu, which was inaugurated by the then chief minister J. Jayalalithaa, is the third factory of the American firm located outside the US.
  • Amway's plant in Chennai, Tamilnadu has enabled it to explore launching India specific products and increased the company's ability to source locally.
  • In India, the Government is striving to develop special economic zones (SEZs) for agro-processing sector and CCCL Pearlcity Food Port SEZ Limited, Chennai, Tamilnadu http://www.pearlcityfoodport.com/index.php is one such example.
  • Across India, Tamilnadu has the second largest number of registered food processing factories.
  • Under “Make in India Project” NIFTEM (National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management) proposes to establish National Centre for Indian Traditional Foods at NIFTEM campus to conduct study on Indian traditional foods to promote globalization of these foods and capture the global food market. Eleven recipes have been selected under Make in India project, which include the famous Vadas from Tamilnadu.