Food Pavilion at Giftex 2016

Food hampers comprising, Chocolates, Tea, Dry Fruits confectionery, etc. have slowly, but surely acquired a place in the Corporate Gifting arena. Today not just for Corporate Gifting, but even in the Wedding gifts market, Food hampers, Chocolates, Dry fruits have overtaken mithai as a preferred gift.

International foods are now easily available in India cheese, sauces, dips and a variety of small bites and dry fruits now compliment each other in these hampers. The Mumbai corporate gifting market is an annual Rs. 2000 cr market. Today the configuration of products in hampers has raised the bar of corporate gifting; for example, there would be Tea hampers that would have different types of Tea’s, Biscuits and Savories. The chocolate hampers would have chocolate nuts, dried figs etc. Some of the larger hampers would have a mix of cheeses, dry fruits, specialty Oils, Olive oils, Chocolates etc.

The organizers of Giftex have created a special food pavilion on display would be tea’s, Chocolates Confectioneries, Cakes, Dry Fruits, and a wide variety of food products in the hamper.

 

Food Pavilion at Giftex

 


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