A 25-member business delegation from Australia visited India for exploring long term partnership in agriculture and food sector. The delegation participated in a conference 'Australia India Food Dialogue' organised in New Delhi by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).
The conference, which saw participation from the representatives of the Indian agri-business and food industry, showcased Australian capabilities as a supplier of high- quality food as well as its services, expertise and technologies in agri-business and food.
The Australian agri-business & food delegation is a part of the 150-member business delegation, which visited India as part of the Australia Business Week in India 2017.
Gregory Harvey, Trade Commissioner, Australian Trade & Investment Commission mentioned that Australia is an ideal long-term partner for India to help improve the quality, safety, availability and nutritional value of Indian food production.
He said the Australian agri-business sector has the R&D capacity, experience and technical knowledge to help Indian food industry in improving supply chain productivity and meet the challenges of shifting consumption patterns.
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