Flipkart recently released insights from online shopping trends across India, and based on this, Bengaluru turned out to be the second most health conscious city in the country after Delhi. While Flipkart’s findings were based on high demand for air purifiers and fitness bands, a collective health consciousness of a city is formed by more than just the products its people purchase.
The question is: what are a city’s people and its institutions – both public and private – doing that make it health conscious? As far as Bengaluru is concerned, here are a few compelling reasons which indicate why the city may be ahead in the game:
Bengaluru is clearly blazing the path for others to follow in taking India towards a healthier future.
The National Trade Fair – Organics & Millets 2017 -- is being organised by the Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Karnataka, Karnataka State Agricultural Produce Processing and Export Corporation Limited (KAPPEC), State Agricultural Universities and Jaivik Krishik Society on April 28-30. Click here for more details