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Witness the most awaited Food and Drink Processing Expo in South India! The expo is held on 2, 3 and 4 September at one of the most prestigious exhibition centres- Hitex Exhibition Centre, Hyderabad. The expo aims to bring both the leading suppliers and premium buyers under one roof. The expo is all set to showcase the cutting edge technological advancements, innovations and solutions that impress beyond words.

The Food and Drink Processing expo is expected to roll out the red carpet for some of the most valued visitors in the country and beyond. The visitor profile includes convenient food manufacturers, food processors, packers, consultants, seafood, meat and poultry exporters, regulatory bodies, and dairy product manufacturers to name a few.

Hyderabad, the city of pearls is ideally the best location for the expo for more reasons than one. Its centralized location is an added advantage as it offers logistical connectivity to almost all the agro-business towns all across the country. Also, a countless number of contract manufacturers are based at the biscuit-capital of India. 

Telangana, located in the centre-south area of the Indian peninsula is the 12th most populous and largest state in India. Warangal and Hyderabad are regarded as the cultural hearts of Telangana. The place is regarded as the mecca of blooming businesses and food industries alike. The city speaks tales of many businesses who germinated, thrived and prospered with fruits of success and glory.

Telangana is regarded as one of the best destinations ever for both food and drink processing industries. Food processing is distinguished as one among the fourteen thrust sectors of Telegana. Food and drink processing play a crucial role in both manufacturing and agricultural industries of the state.

Food and drink processing sectors open the doors to a plethora of opportunities in the sector. Food, being an essential part of everyday life, is considered as the most booming industries of all! Even existence is questioned by the absence of food and drinks. Hence, it is expected to grow leaps and bounds in the coming years and beyond.