‘Flavour of My City’ first-of-its-kind food exhibition in Pune

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·        Food Expo to be held between December 17th and December 18th

·        5 and 6 feet, two Indian monuments prepared from food delicacies on display

Pune, December 13: –  Every city and region has its own charm and is known for its special signature delicacy. However, while tide up with work and mundane activities it is difficult for the foodies to reach out to all these destinations to bite the popular nibble. Nevertheless, FlavoursofMyCity.com (FOMC), a one-stop e-Store brings this golden opportunity for the Puneites to relish the authentic flavours, interesting food, snacks and namkeens from across India. FOMC will bring all these food varieties under one roof to present them through a 2-day Food exhibition titled as, ‘Flavours of My City Food Festival & Expo’ at The Monalisa Kalagram, Koregaon Park, Pune. The expo will be held between Saturday, December 17th and Sunday, December 18th from 10:00am to 8:00pm.

The major highlight of the exhibition is 5 and 6 feet tall famous Indian Monuments Qutub Minar and Gateway of India made by using food delicacies which will be on display for the visitors.  Making it a grand celebration of authentic taste, the expo will display an array of mithais, namkeens, pickles and other Indian condiments. The delicacies such as Dharwad Peda from Karnataka, Jam Rolls from Kunjus (Kerala), Bakery items from Delecta Bakery (Calicut & Kerala), Muscoth Halwa from S J Sweets (Tamil Nadu), Sandesh from Nakur (Kolkata) and many more will be available for the food lovers. The expo will be open for all.   

This 2-days expo will also be an opportunity for the patrons to meet the original creators of these dishes and to learn about the history of these authentic recipes while witnessing a confluence of food and art. 

FOMC is a national online multi-brand aggregator of Indian authentic Food and with this exhibition it aims at presenting a unique blend of Indian Food & Art.