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Sri City Is A Planned Integrated Business City (Township) Located 55 Km North Of Chennai On Nh-5 Along The Border Of Two Large Southern States In India – Andhra Pradesh Andtamilnadu. The Unique Aspect Of Sri City Is Its Multi Modal Connectivity And Easy Access To Multiple Logistics Hubs.
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MEGA FOOD PARKS

Srini Food Park Located At Mogili Village, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, Is One Of India'S Largest Integrated Food Parks. It Provides End-To-End Solutions To Food Processing Industries With Backward And Forward Linkage.As A Model 'Mega Food Park' And The First Of Its Kind In India, It Provides State-Of-The-Art Food Processing Infrastructure Designed As Per Global Standards And Develops A Veritable Market Place With Common Facilities On The Lines Of A Software Park Or A Textile Park
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M/S Godavari Mega Aqua Food Park, Bhimavaram, West Godavari Dist (Under Construction)

LATEST EXHIBITIONS

1.National Conference On Cold Chain Infrastructure – Issues And Way Forward Sponsored By Mofpi And Assocham 13th December, 2014 At 9.30 Am Hotel Katriya, Raj Bhavan Road, Hyderabad.
2.Aqua Aquaria India 2015 Organised By Mpeda 20-22 Feb 2015 At Andhra Loyola College Campus Vijayawada (Ap) India
3. International Agriculture Trade Fair 14-18 November 2014, Nashik, Maharashtra.
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The food industry is a significant part of the Indian economy, with food constituting about 30% of the consumer’s basket. India is both a large producer and consumer of food. With a vast and growing consumer base and strong production base, the food processing sector presents large and exciting business opportunity for both domestic and international players.

The broad categories which are included in Food Processing are as below:
1.    Grains and cereals including rice, maize, pulses etc
2.    Oils and oil seeds
3.    Fruits and vegetables
4.    Dairy products including milk and milk products
5.    Meat, poultry and marine products
6.    Commercial crops including spices like chillies, turmeric etc
7.    Plantation crops including coconut, cashew etc

Keeping in view the potential benefits the food processing sector offers to all stakeholders, including producers, processors, final consumers and the government, Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI), Government of India, has initiated several policy changes to encourage and promote the food processing sector in the country through its Vision- 2015. Government of Andhra Pradesh has aligned its food processing policy with Vision - 2015 to harness the potential of food processing sector in the state.

Andhra Pradesh has been in the forefront of promoting food processing industry and had declared a separate policy for its promotion, in April 2005. The creation of a separate Department for Food Processing Industries in the state to bring a focused attention on Food Processing sector by coordinating the efforts of various departments related to the food sector was the first step in this direction.

In order to provide the organizational back up to the efforts of the Department of Food Processing Industries, Government of Andhra Pradesh has established a dedicated organization called Andhra Pradesh Food Processing Society (APFPS) which acts as a nodal agency for the implementation of various food processing related schemes and programs.

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