Further, procurement opportunities for citrus fruits and other supplies for various Patanjali products have also conversed.
India’s prominent Yoga guru Ramdev-run Patanjali group today has signed a MoU with the Telangana state government for setting up a “big” food park in the state.
K Kavitha, TRS Lok Sabha member from Nizamabad district along with government administrators has met Patanjali’s top officials at Haridwar, Uttarakhand today and has explained them the state’s recently launched food processing policy, an approved release said here.
“The Telangana team emphasized the bountiful accessibility of raw material like chillies, turmeric, maize and soybean (in Telangana). Further, procurement prospects for citrus fruits and other commodities were also conferred for various Patanjali products,” it stated.
The discussions clinched by signing a MoU amid Managing Director of TSIIC (Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corp) E V Narsimha Reddy and Managing Director of Patanjali Acharya Balkrishna.
Below the MoU, the Haridwar-headquartered FMCG group dedicated to set up a “big food park in the state, it stated.
The agreement was contracted in the presence of Ramdev, who initiated the domestic FMCG main over a decade ago.
The anticipated park could consist of special units for fruit pulp, edible oil and spices processing. The group also uttered interest in developing original seed varieties and animal feed worth chain in Telangana state, the release added.
The cluster had previously committed a complete investment of more than Rs 10,000 crore nationwide at the global food processing fair, `World Food India’, organized in New Delhi.