4th Tasting India Symposium: Round One
December 5: The Park: The release of the Godrej Food Trends Report 2020 with a panel discussion and a dinner hosted by The Park with produce from the Delhi Organic Farmers Market.
December 8: Niti Aayog: Indo-Nordic Food Policy Workshop chaired by Mr Amitabh Kant and supported by the Nordic Food Policy Lab. The governments of Denmark, Sweden and Finland have confirmed their participation in it.
December 9: Tasting India Symposium – Day 1: Water Warrior Awards (in collaboration with Niti Aayog): TENTATIVE
December 10: Tasting India Symposium – Day 2: Food Smart Cities – A Blueprint:
TOPICS — Urban Agriculture: How the Circular Economy Impacts Food Smart Neighbourhoods
Protecting the New Crown Jewel: Smart Approaches to De-Stressing Urban Water Supplies
Cold Chain Management: Minimising Food Loss from Farm to Market
Safe and Nutritious School Meals: Building Blocks of a Healthier New Generation
Food Waste to Energy: Business Opportunities in a Smart Food City
Re-Engineering the Urban Marketplace: Going Local, Seasonal and Farmer Friendly
Towards A Plant-Forward Diet: Its Implications for Our Water Reserves and People’s Health
The Future of Food: Meat-Free Alternatives to Meat
Kolkata – Tasting India Symposium: Go East
Venue: Svabhumi, Kolkata.
Partners: Ambuja Neotia Group and Pan Himalayan Grassroots Development Foundation.
February 14-16, 2019:
Himalayan Food Festival — Showcase of Cuisines, Costumes and Folk Cultures of India from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh.
February 14: Tasting India Symposium: Day 1 — Himalayan Agriculture: Getting Climate Smart.
February 15: Tasting India Symposium: Day 2 — Culinary Tourism: Himalayan Opportunities.
February 16: Indian Food History and Culture Conclave. Co-Chairs: Colleen Taylor Sen and Kaveri Ponnapa.