Piyush Goyal launches India’s first digital food museum in Tamil

Piyush Goyal launches India’s first digital food museum in Tamil

central minister, Piyush Goyal Virtually launched India’s first Digital Food Museum In Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. It is a 1,860 sq ft museum co-developed by Food Corporation of India (FCI) and Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Bengaluru (Karnataka) with an estimated outlay of 1.1 crore Rs. The museum is a first of its kind effort to depict the food story of India from its inception to India becoming the largest food profit exporter in the country.

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About the Museum:

The museum showcases the evolution of Indian food from nomadic hunter-gatherers to settled agricultural producers. The government’s measures will move the country to the top of the list of the world’s largest agricultural exporters. The museum will display the story of the first harvest, the rise of villages and preparations for the days of demand, from the history of the people to the growers. The museum will showcase the cereals of India and explain the food culture in different parts of the world.

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