The first-ever Global Turmeric Conference will be held in Mumbai on September 27, where various stakeholders in the ecosystem will come together to discuss various issues in the industry.
The conference was organized by NCDEX Institute of Commodity Markets and Research (NICR) in collaboration with Tefla and was inaugurated by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.
Farmers Producer Organizations (FPOs), traders, processors, exporters, researchers and other stakeholders will participate in the meeting, a statement from NICR, an agency of NCDEX said.
The conference will focus on the production, marketing and international trade of turmeric. It will examine new developments in agricultural practices, provide an overview of the turmeric export industry and global quality standards.
“The long pending demand of the turmeric industry is that there should be an inclusive platform where all stakeholders get an opportunity to meet and discuss all issues related to turmeric as a crop and industrial commodity. We are very optimistic about this initiative and believe The industry will gain valuable insights in the near future,” said Arun Raste, Director, NICR.
The conference will highlight how new technologies, new processing practices and input developments are revolutionizing the turmeric business. This session will delve into the impact of weather on turmeric cultivation. Additionally, it will provide an in-depth look at New Horizons in Spices, where ideas and strategies for boosting industrial growth in the turmeric industry will be discussed.
Participants will gain insights into turmeric trade dynamics, current trends and receive in-depth market analysis to enable them to make more informed decisions, the statement said.