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AAHAR 2021 gears up for event in April

The 36th edition of International of Food & Hospitality Fair – AAHAR 2021 is set to be a mega attraction for professional Chefs who continually strive to make emerging India a food basket for the whole world. Promoting ‘the Taste of India” globally, these masterful chefs are combining old farming practices to biodiversity and modern techniques.

In view to support the industry, India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) has offered discount of 45% on space rent against the rates of previous edition of the fair.   

The fair is being organized with support of the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India, APEDA along with co-associates such a AIFPA, ARCHII, HOTERMAI, FHSAI and FIFHI for the fair.  Besides, the fair enjoys an active support of Federation of All India Caterers, Forum of India Food Importers (FIFI), Food Industries Welfare Association (FIWA), KREMAG and India Confectionary Manufacture Association (ICMA). 

This annual B2B event of ITPO will be organized with compliance of the health and safety guidelines of specified by the Government in newly build halls (nos. 2,3,4 & 5, ground and  the first floor) of International Exhibition–cum-Convention Centre (IECC), Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. 

 “This year, apart from its diverse aspects, Aahar 2021 has been planned  judiciously to support  the  industry, there is a special focus  to empower  the  catering professionals in terms  of  meaningful display.  In view to promote the fair, we have given priority to the “industry media” through different verticals. Besides, ITPO has to ensure compliance of all health safety measures by all stakeholders as per the Government guidelines during the event

– Shri Rajesh Agrawal, IAS, Executive Director, ITPO.

The fair offers an insight of techniques and equipment which are used in specialties of international cuisines. There will be a wide range of products for professional chefs as  well as catering experts celebrating local as well as seasonal flavor, championing indigenous grain and greens, while ensuring consumer interest by cooling them with heritage recipes and plating these dishes to match the gastronomic trends of the dry and still keep their offerings sought and delicious. 

Aahar 2021 dwells upon how the Indian food and hospitality industry has carefully opted for contactless dining which can insist a heightened sense of assurance and confidence among the valued business visitors.  For more details log on to