Food retailing is quite tough in India because of its multi-culture and multi-religion identity. It is said after every two kilometres here, one may savour new water and culture and thus learning the dynamics of retailing is very important to survive in the business.
Ahead of the second edition of Food Forum India (FFI) which is scheduled to be held on March 19-20 at The Renaissance in Mumbai, Ravi Naware, CEO, ITC Foods expressed his thoughts on how the congregation will help global and Indian key food retailers, manufacturers, organisations and minds in the food business.
“With the country witnessing a retail renaissance of sorts, sharing of views from different regions at the Food Forum India will indeed help understand consumption and buying patterns in different parts of India,” said Naware.
He further said: “FFI will help producers, processors and retailers to better serve consumers and also undertake specific programmes for potential markets and consumer segments.”
— IndiaRetailing Bureau