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Tuesday 24 January 2023

Tata Soulfull participates in Millets & Organics - International Trade Fair 2023(held at Tripuravasini,Palace Grounds in Namma BENGALURU)strengthening efforts in making millets mainstream

Bangalore,22 Jan 2023

Tata Soulfull participates in Millets & Organics - International Trade Fair 2023,held at Tripuravasini,Palace Grounds-in Namma BENGALURU; strengthens efforts in making millets mainstream part of diet for discerning people-conscious about Good Nutrition,Healthy Food/Snacks/Drinks..


#1.The inauguration of the International Conference was done by Shobha Karandlaje, Union Minister of State, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare.

The exhibition segment of the event was inaugurated by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

#2.Lakhs of enthusiastic (farmers,students,housewives,gastronomes,culinary experts... )who thronged the stalls(especially the TATA SOULFULL Expo showcase,which was well designed/tastefully decorated.

People got to see/taste/feel/buy MILLETS ["Poaceae" Grass family]which are NUTRITION Powerhouses loaded with Natural -Vitamins,Proteins,Anti-Oxidants..

PrashPrashant Parameswaran, Managing Director,at the Tata Soulfull stall

#3.The three-day event has been divided in multiple segments including Exhibition, Pavilion and B2B networking

#4.Millets’ were among the first crops to be domesticated in India with several evidence of its’ consumption during the Indus valley civilization. Various types of Millets, currently being grown around the world, were first cultivated in India. Being grown in more than 130 countries currently, Millets are considered traditional food for more than half a billion people across Asia and Africa. In India, millets are primarily a kharif crop, requiring less water and agricultural inputs than other similar staples. Millets are important by virtue of their mammoth potential to generate livelihood, increase farmers’ income, and ensure food & nutritional security all over the world.

Towards this endeavour, through a collaborative approach, the Government of India urges everyone including the Indian embassies, International Organizations, Academia, Chefs, Media, Indian Diaspora, Start-up communities, Civil Society, and all others in the Millets value-chain; to come forward and join hands to revive the forgotten glory of ‘Miracle Millets’ through the grand celebration of International year of Millets 

#5.Some of the key highlights from the fair included more than 250 stalls, millet and organic food court, buyer seller meets, international expo and conference, consumer connect, farmers workshop, cooking, drawing and quiz competitions, demonstration of millet recipes, among others. The key products on display during the fair were millets, organics and natural range, certified wild harvest produce, millet processing machinery, organic cereals and pulses, bio-degradable packaging, eco-friendly products

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