The business of food is on an upswing and this observation was further strengthened at the recently concluded FHW 2016 exhibition in Bengaluru
The business of food is on an upswing and this observation was further strengthened at the recently concluded FHW 2016 exhibition in Bengaluru. The exposition witnessed a series of action packed sessions, spread across three days. Various informative and interactive special events were hosted. There was some food for thought at the knowledge sessions and think tanks and some food for the senses as well with SICA’s culinary events.
The Hospitality Think Tank witnessed leading general managers of Bengaluru hotels sharing their insights on technology-driven transformation in various aspects of the hospitality industry in India. Hospitality Knowledge Exchange, held on the second day, saw F&B heads/ managers discussing the evolving trends in banqueting which is a key revenue generator for hotels. Additionally, The Power of Purchase focused on new procurement trends in hospitality, with procurement decision makers and professionals from leading hotels and restaurants expressing their perspective and ideas. On the third day, south India’s prominent housekeeping managers gave expert insights on smart housekeeping concepts, innovative technology for cleaning processes and upcoming trends of sustainability at Housekeepers Connect. Further, the three-day event, facilitated the chef community to interact and discuss the present F&B scenario.
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On the second day, South India Culinary Challenge – Artistic Bakery & Pastry Challenge, South India’s biggest artistic bakery and pastry display competition, saw active participation of aspiring chefs and professional chefs, who competed among themselves to showcase and test their skills. Mixology Championship, held on the same day, was a live mixing challenge which showcased innovative skills of participants from across India. On the third day, Live Cooking by Bengaluru Chefs witnessed the city’s top culinary experts demonstrating live their renowned dishes at the cooking sessions. An interesting highlight of FHW 2016 Bengaluru was the participation of US Premium AG Products, which was also one of the major supporters of the exhibition, along with Sula Vineyards, Morde, 3F industries, CP Foods, Kesari, Nutty World and more. There were a number of first-time exhibitors at FHW Bengaluru.
From Bengaluru to Goa – be ready to witness all the action and more at the next FHW 2016 event scheduled to be held in Goa from August 11-13, 2016. Hence sign up to stay connected on what’s new in the hospitality space across the product line, both food and non-food.