The 2nd “World Tea & Coffee Expo” ™ 2104 - India’s only trade show focused on the Tea & Coffee Sectors to be held at Mumbai, India from 11th Sept - 13th Sept 2014
- Supported by many eminent trade bodies including Tea Board of India (Govt of India). Over 6,000 Trade visitors expected.
- India is the second-largest tea producer and consumer after China and fourth largest tea exporter after Kenya, China, and Sri Lanka.
The 2nd “World Tea & Coffee Expo” ™ 2014 (www.worldteacoffeeexpo.com), India’s only trade show focused on the Tea & Coffee Sectors to be held at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai,India from 11th Sept - 13th Sept 2014 (Thursday - Saturday). At this exclusive trade show all leading global companies associated with Tea & Coffee trade will showcase their products and technologies.
For the tea trade professional, there will be access to Tea boards, certifications, new teas and infusions, tea processing and packaging machinery, teabag material manufacturers and allied products and accessories. Aside from the impressive and varied list of exhibitors, there will also be numerous tea tastings and awareness seminars. Coffee too is witnessing strong retail volume growth, owing to growing consumer interest in coffee amidst intensive marketing campaigns by players. The coffee industry will also be strongly represented here. Exhibitors would range from producers and exporters to roasters, machinery manufacturers and coffee-related accessories.
Tea and coffee are among the most popular beverages, consumed both in India and around the world. The top two tea producing nations – China and India, collectively produce about 60% of total global tea output. India is the second-largest tea producer and consumer after China and fourth largest tea exporter after Kenya, China, and Sri Lanka. India, which exports more than two-thirds of its coffee output, grows coffee primarily in its Southern part. Recently, Coffee too has become very popular in India amongst the youth thanks to entry of new Indian & Overseas chains like Barista, Café Coffee Day (CCD), Costa Coffee, Gloria Jeans, and others. With domestic coffee outlets set to increase manifold over the next 3 years, in addition to foray of global players such as Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts in India, the coffee industry is likely to witness healthy growth in future.
The 2nd World Tea & Coffee Expo 2014 with over 100 exhibitors from 8 countries will thus be an ideal trade platform for those associated with these sectors. Participation at the show will enable one to identify the sectors driving growth as also network with the leading companies, the leading brands. The seminars will offer strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they legislative, distribution, packaging or pricing issues. Forecasts as to how the market is set to change shall also be given.
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