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Place : NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi - 110020
5th International Horti & Flora Expo 2013 NSIC Exhibition Complex
Overview :- Delhi will host the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with 8th International Flora Expo 2013 at NSIC Exhibition. Event's Theme Pavilion will be on Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Farm Machineries & Equipment, Potato Products & Technologies, Cold Chain & Logistics, Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation, Organic, Agri Finance & Insurance, Processing & Packaging, Medicinal Herbal products, Fresh Retailing, and Floriculture Wealth & Technology
Venue Details :- Okhla , Delhi

 

http://realtime.rediff.com/news/floriculture
Place : NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi - 110020
Horti, floriculture expo from Jan 11
Overview :- New Delhi will host the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with the 8th International Flora Expo 2013 from January 11 to 13. The events will be held at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi, in which the theme pavilion will be on fresh fruits and vegetables, farm machineries and equipment, potato products and technologies, cold-chain and logistics, among others, according to S. Jafar Naqvi, President, Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association (iFlora), here. The expo, which has the Union Ministry of Agriculture is its principal sponsor, is being sponsored by a host of other departments including National Horticulture Mission, National Horticulture Board and Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States. It is also supported by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, Irrigation Association of India, National Medicinal Plant Board, and iFlora. Fresh fruits, vegetables and food intake contribute 13 per cent to total organised retail and offers significant scope for investment in all related sectors. He said the events aimed to increase per capita flower consumption to give more impetus to floriculture industry. The Ministry of Agriculture is aiming to double the production of all horticulture crops and creating opportunities of mass employment for people in rural areas by encouraging them to diversify from traditional crops to high value horticulture crops, he said. Fresh fruit imports are dominated by apples, which, in volume terms, account for more than 75 per cent of the total fruit imports. Import of apples grew 35 per cent to 1,22,878 tonnes in 2010 compared to the year before.
Venue Details :- Okhla , Delhi

 

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Place : NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi
Horti, floriculture expo from Jan 11
Overview :- Looking to give a boost to the flower market in the country, the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with the 8th International Flora Expo 2013, is being organised in Delhi from January 11-13. S. Jafar Naqvi, president, Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association (iFlora), said the event iFlora and Flora Expo aim to increase the per capita flower consumption even further to give more impetus to floriculture industry. As per Naqvi, the expo will have the Union Ministry of Agriculture as its Principal Sponsor, along with host of other departments including National Horticulture Mission, National Horticulture Board and Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States. It is supported by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, Irrigation Association of India, National Medicinal Plant Board, and Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association. The event's Theme Pavilion will be on Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Farm Machineries & Equipment, Potato Products & Technologies, Cold Chain & Logistics, Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation, Organic, Agri Finance & Insurance, Processing & Packaging, Medicinal Herbal products, Fresh Retailing, and Floriculture Wealth & Technology. As per Naqvi with over 300 million middle and higher income population, India is the world's 2nd largest consumer base and fastest growing retail destination. Fresh fruits, vegetables & food intake are increasing and contribute to 13 per cent of total organized retail that offers significant scope for investment in all related sectors. FLORA EXPO 2013 would offer an opportunity in India for international suppliers to meet and trade with all of them on one single platform.
Venue Details :- Okhla , Delhi

 

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New Delhi to host horti, flora expo
Place : NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi - 110020
Venue Info :  About Map Events Nearest Metro Station - 'Kalkaji Mandir(Violet Line)'
Event Description : The 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with the 8th International Flora Expo 2013 will be held at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi from January 11 to 13. The main aim of this expo is to become an eye opener to the farmers and other stake holders of every segment of agriculture and allied activities who want to expand and diversify their activities. The expo, which has as its principal sponsor the Ministry of Agriculture is supported by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, Irrigation Association of India, National Medicinal Plant Board and Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association. The Event's THEME PAVILIONS will be on “Fresh Fruits & Vegetables”, "Farm Machineries & Equipment”, “Potato Products & Technologies”, "Floriculture Wealth & Technology”, “Fresh Retailing”, “Organic”, “Agri Finance & Insurance”, “Processing & Packaging “, “Cold Chain & Logistics”, “Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation” and “Medicinal Herbal products" .
Websites :  www.floraexpo.com www.hortiexpo.com www.landscapeexpo.in www.indiapotatoexpo.com
Organized by : Media Today Group

 

http://delhi.burrp.com/events/nsic-exhibition-complex_5th-international-horti-flora-expo-2013/17718402732
Horti, floriculture expo from Jan 11
Event Details
New Delhi will host the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with the 8th International Flora Expo 2013 from January 11 to 13. The events will be held at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi, in which the theme pavilion will be on fresh fruits and vegetables, farm machineries and equipment, potato products and technologies, cold-chain and logistics, among others, according to S. Jafar Naqvi, President, Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association (iFlora), here. The expo, which has the Union Ministry of Agriculture is its principal sponsor, is being sponsored by a host of other departments including National Horticulture Mission, National Horticulture Board and Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States. It is also supported by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, Irrigation Association of India, National Medicinal Plant Board, and iFlora. Fresh fruits, vegetables and food intake contribute 13 per cent to total organised retail and offers significant scope for investment in all related sectors. He said the events aimed to increase per capita flower consumption to give more impetus to floriculture industry. The Ministry of Agriculture is aiming to double the production of all horticulture crops and creating opportunities of mass employment for people in rural areas by encouraging them to diversify from traditional crops to high value horticulture crops, he said. Fresh fruit imports are dominated by apples, which, in volume terms, account for more than 75 per cent of the total fruit imports. Import of apples grew 35 per cent to 1,22,878 tonnes in 2010 compared to the year before.
Venue Details :- Okhla , Delhi

 

http://www.delhievents.com/2013/01/5th-international-horti-expo-2013-8th.html
5th International Horti Expo 2013 / 8th International Flora Expo 2013 / 7th International Landscape & Gardening Expo 2013 / 2nd India Potato Expo 2013 at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate > 11th-13th January 2013
Place : NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi - 110020
Venue Info :  About Map Events Nearest Metro Station - 'Kalkaji Mandir(Violet Line)'
Event Description : 5th International Horti Expo 2013 / 8th International Flora Expo 2013 / 7th International Landscape & Gardening Expo 2013 and 2nd India Potato Expo 2013.
You must be aware India's growing horticulture sector has currently entered a revolutionary phase. On the one hand, small farmers are taking bigger risks and experimenting with diverse cash crops, and on the other, large corporate houses are taking to horticulture as a profitable business opportunity by bringing in investments and latest technologies.
India's growing horticulture sector has currently entered a revolutionary phase.  On the one hand, small farmers are taking bigger risks and experimenting with diverse cash crops, and on the other, large corporate houses are taking to horticulture as a profitable business opportunity by bringing in investments and latest technologies. Corporate farming, contract farming and food retail boom having become the present day buzzwords, the entire horticulture landscape is set to witness a big change.
This grand event is scheduled from 11-13 January, 2013 and the Event's Theme Pavilion will be on Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Farm Machineries & Equipment, Potato Products & Technologies, Cold Chain & Logistics, Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation, Organic, Agri Finance & Insurance, Processing & Packaging, Medicinal Herbal products, Fresh Retailing, and Floriculture Wealth & Technology.
Websites :  www.floraexpo.com www.hortiexpo.com www.landscapeexpo.in www.indiapotatoexpo.com
Organized by : Media Today Group

 

http://delhi.burrp.com/events/nsic-exhibition-complex_5th-international-horti-flora-expo-2013/17718402732
5th International Horti & Flora Expo 2013
Event Details
Delhi will host the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with 8th International Flora Expo 2013 at NSIC Exhibition. Event's Theme Pavilion will be on Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Farm Machineries & Equipment, Potato Products & Technologies, Cold Chain & Logistics, Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation, Organic, Agri Finance & Insurance, Processing & Packaging, Medicinal Herbal products, Fresh Retailing, and Floriculture Wealth & Technology
Venue Details :- Okhla , Delhi

 

http://agriexchange.apeda.gov.in/news/NewsSearch.aspx?newsid=9341
Horti, floriculture expo from Jan 11
New Delhi will host the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with the 8th International Flora Expo 2013 from January 11 to 13. The events will be held at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi, in which the theme pavilion will be on fresh fruits and vegetables, farm machineries and equipment, potato products and technologies, cold-chain and logistics, among others, according to S. Jafar Naqvi, President, Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association (iFlora), here. The expo, which has the Union Ministry of Agriculture is its principal sponsor, is being sponsored by a host of other departments including National Horticulture Mission, National Horticulture Board and Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States. It is also supported by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, Irrigation Association of India, National Medicinal Plant Board, and iFlora. Fresh fruits, vegetables and food intake contribute 13 per cent to total organised retail and offers significant scope for investment in all related sectors. He said the events aimed to increase per capita flower consumption to give more impetus to floriculture industry. The Ministry of Agriculture is aiming to double the production of all horticulture crops and creating opportunities of mass employment for people in rural areas by encouraging them to diversify from traditional crops to high value horticulture crops, he said. Fresh fruit imports are dominated by apples, which, in volume terms, account for more than 75 per cent of the total fruit imports. Import of apples grew 35 per cent to 1,22,878 tonnes in 2010 compared to the year before.

 

http://www.equitybulls.com
Delhi to host 5th International Horti Expo 2013 and
8th International Flora Expo 2013
India's growing horticulture sector has currently entered a revolutionary phase. On the one hand, small farmers are taking bigger risks and experimenting with diverse cash crops, and on the other, large corporate houses are taking to horticulture as a profitable business opportunity by bringing in investments and latest technologies. Corporate farming, contract farming and food retail boom having become the present day buzzwords, the entire horticulture landscape is set to witness a big change.

Riding this wave, Delhi will host the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with 8th International Flora Expo 2013 at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi. This grand event is scheduled from 11-13 January, 2013 and the Event's Theme Pavilion will be on Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Farm Machineries & Equipment, Potato Products & Technologies, Cold Chain & Logistics, Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation, Organic, Agri Finance & Insurance, Processing & Packaging, Medicinal Herbal products, Fresh Retailing, and Floriculture Wealth & Technology.

With over 300 million middle and higher income population, India is the world's 2nd largest consumer base and fastest growing retail destination. Fresh fruits, vegetables & food intake are increasing and contribute to 13% of total organized retail that offers significant scope for investment in all related sectors. A huge domestic market supports high quality export oriented F & V production & value addition by providing a unique competitive edge. India, China and Pakistan along with other countries of the region make South Asia, the world's largest market. Therefore, 5th International Horti Expo 2013 will be an eye opener to the farmers and other stake-holders of every segment of agriculture and allied activities who want to expand and diversify their activities.

 

http://www.business-standard.com
International Horti Expo in January

Looking to give a boost to the flower market in the country, the 5th International Horti Expo 2013, along with the 8th International Flora Expo 2013, is being organised in Delhi from January 11-13.

S. Jafar Naqvi , president, Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association (iFlora), said the event iFlora and Flora Expo aim to increase the per capita flower consumption even further to give more impetus to floriculture industry.

As per Naqvi, the expo will have the Union Ministry of Agriculture as its Principal Sponsor , along with host of other departments including National Horticulture Mission, National Horticulture Board and Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States. It is supported by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, Irrigation Association of India, National Medicinal Plant Board, and Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association.

The event's Theme Pavilion will be on Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Farm Machineries & Equipment, Potato Products & Technologies, Cold Chain & Logistics, Seed, Agrochemical & Irrigation, Organic, Agri Finance & Insurance, Processing & Packaging, Medicinal Herbal products, Fresh Retailing, and Floriculture Wealth & Technology.

As per Naqvi with over 300 million middle and higher income population, India is the world's 2nd largest consumer base and fastest growing retail destination. Fresh fruits, vegetables & food intake are increasing and contribute to 13 per cent of total organized retail that offers significant scope for investment in all related sectors.

FLORA EXPO 2013 would offer an opportunity in India for international suppliers to meet and trade with all of them on one single platform.

 

http://www.sanjeevchopra.in/
5th International Horti Expo 2013
The 5th International Horti Expo 2013 along with 8th International Flora Expo 2013 and 2nd India Potato Expo 2013 will be held held at NSIC Complex, Okhla Ind. Estate, New Delhi, INDIA. The dates will be announced soon. The Event's THEME PAVILIONS Focus will be on “Fresh Fruits & Vegetable”, “Food Retailing” ,”Organic”, “Agri Finance & Insurance”, “Processing & Packaging “, “Cold Chain & Logistics”, “Seed Agrochemical & Irrigation” and “Medicinal Herbal products”, “Potato Products & Technologies”, Floriculture Wealth & Technology”. The expo, which has as its Principal Sponsor the Ministry of Agriculture and its departments-- National Horticulture Mission, National Horticulture Board and Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States is supported by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Ministry of Health, Department of AYUSH, Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association, National Medicinal Plant Board and Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association. The theme of the expo is 'Projecting India's Farm Power Combining Food Quality & Safety'. The theme is appropriate at a time when the global horticulture together with food industry is changing, bringing about innovations in productivity and at the same time facing challenges to conform to international standards. Under Ministry of Food Processing Industry, preservation and value addition at farm level is a focus area and it also ensures the supply of quality food products to end consumers. On the other hand, the Ministry of Agriculture is aiming to double the production of all horticulture crops through NHM, NHB, HMNEHS and disseminating latest and modern practices of production and post harvest care. Thereby, it is also creating opportunities of mass employment for people in rural Indians areas by encouraging them to diversify from traditional crops to high value horticulture crops. All this helps in long term economic development. On the export front, APEDA is quite active. It is targeting agricultural and processed food exports in the range of 15-20 billion dollars in coming years. Indian Cold Chain infrastructure is facing problems like lack of an integrated approach and efforts for effective policy formulation and information dissemination. Government investments worth Rs. 18,000 crore to Rs. 20,000 crore (42-46 Million $) are required over the next few years

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