British delegation of 13 food and beverages companies on a major trade mission to India


A British delegation of 13 food and beverages companies has come to India on a major trade mission to showcase some of Britain’s popular exports. The mission is to create awareness, grow and develop the local markets awareness of British, meat, fish, gourmet food and drink, health food and dairy at a time when the UK feels the Indian market’s taste for these products is expanding.

The delegation is led by the UK governments Department for International Trade and they are confident that there is room for some of the best UK products to be a part of that expanding appetite as gourmet brands continue to grow and succeed in India.

Crispin Simon, British Deputy High Commissioner for Western India and Director General, Department for International Trade, India and South Asia said,  “By bringing UK companies to India and facilitating face-to-face interactions, we aim to create an environment where relationships can be built.

The delegation, which includes representatives from Amber Glen Scotch Whisky, Arbikie Highland Estate Distillery Ltd, DeVine Distillates Group Ltd and the English Cheesecake Company Ltd among others, will participate in the 11th India Food Forum in Mumbai before travelling to Bengaluru to attend the British Food and Drinks Symposium on Friday.

The UK and India enjoy a vibrant and dynamic trading relationship, which is thriving as new opportunities unfold. India is keen to strengthen existing ties, make new contacts, explore business opportunities and build prosperous and long-lasting commercial relationships.

The UK delegates will also be taken on a tour of top Indian gourmet and beverage producing sites in Bengaluru, like Big Basket, Phoenix Market City, Amruth Distillery and UB city. The delegation’s primary objective is to connect with local companies, explore market opportunities and build lasting relationships in India.

The visit comes just three weeks before the India-UK Createch Summit in Mumbai on February 6 and is part of a wider month of interaction between the two countries, celebrating commercial and creative links.


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