India is majorlyb known for its monuments, festivals, tradition and mainly food varieties. India has more than a million and whole world loves to taste the varieties of it, the spicy, healthy and mouth watering taste drives the whole world crazy for it. Today, Indian restaurants are ruling the whole world’s restaurants market. You may not believe that in today’s so called technology and automobiles industry Indian food market is still owns a very great position and also hold avery strong economic position all over the world. So, let’s check up the position and situation of Indian food market in whole world.
India the land of spices
India is land of spices, its varieties of spices have a very huge demand of it all over the world. Today India exports spices to more than 87 which is not less than any record in the whole world.
Indian Spices in international foods
Many chefs like to add Indian spices to their french, chinese, mexican and continental foods. As per India has provided such a delicious and lovely taste to all over the world.
Indian Restaurants all over the world
India has more than 90,000 restaurants in America and more than 70,000 restaurants in England and many restaurants in Canada, Australlia, New Zealand, France etc. So, through this we can understand the food market of India.
Indian Food market turnover
According to US reports, at the time of 2000 the food market of India was 10 billion dollars but now at the time 2019 it has reached upto 70 billion dollars due to increase in demand from all over the world as well as popularity of Indian food and restaurants all over the world.
Foreign Chefs in India
Thousands of foreign chef has joined Indian cooking classes just to learn how to prepare Indian foods and dozens of Indian cooking courses and classes has been started by Indians to grow their business in the whole world.
Indian food market place in whole world
Indian food market holds fifth position in the whole world. In today, world of automobile and technology sector Indian food market has its own repotation and rank.