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In this special issue of @biz@india for @SIAL, the biannual food show in Paris, we bring to you the latest developments and changes on the Indian platter and in the processing sphere. Not only are Indians eating better and more, but are also opting increasingly for super-foods or healthier foods – be it local or sourced from any part of the world. The search for healthier options has also extended to the famous Indian sweet tooth, with the sprouting of numerous organic bakeries and beverages in various metros.
There is also an increasing focus on health, food safety, and hygiene in the entire food chain. The farmers are being trained to adopt organic farming or sustainable farming by using minimum resources, while keeping the soil and other natural resources pure and healthy, notably through innovations and technologies brought by start-ups
However, a lot of work needs to be done in building the logistics of food handling, storage and transport from the farm to the market and then on to the consumers.