At the fourth
(Dec 17 & 18), held at the India International Centre, Lodhi Road, what dominated the agenda was to make smart cities in the country, food smart. To showcase this, there were many discussions held and fares exhibited that upheld the philosophy behind it; go green, eat climate smart, try zero waste and support local farmers who bring in fresh, healthy produce. Just the right event to end the year with. Tasting India Symposium
… A few snapshots
At the 4th Tasting India Symposium, held recently, there were a host of interesing discussions and debates, with an eclectic panel of speakers.
The event, held at IIC, Lodhi Road.
Arkh, which has a host of homemade stuff like their very different version of the regular Chywanprash, honeys, peanut butters and more.
Darima Farms brought their artisanal cheeses, which were quite a hit, especially the Chilli Bomb cheese.
Satvyk, the health store that has delicious cranberries from Kashmir among others and specialises in making food stuff applying the zero waste policy and is the brainchild of three young entrepreneurs.
The Ambassador of Denmark, Freddy Svane, speaking at the event.
If flavoured chocolates are your poison, Cocoa Shala brings Cocoatrait with unique ones like Lavender, among others.
Slurrp Farm is the place for mothers and dads too who look for maximum nutrition and making healthy choices for their young ones.
Healthy food from the mountains; a hundred percent organic.
Some Kumaoni natural honey
Millets can be cooked in diverse and delicious ways, if you know how to.
Empowering women to take charge of their family’s nutrition.
I’m with Subhash Arora, President of the Indian Wine Society, also an avid blogger, journalist and wine expert.
Colourful grains that hold the promise of good health and going back to our roots.
The unique Black Garlic that has immense curative properties, sold by Pure Incense.