Samsung to launch Ayurveda herbal products at India’s largest health expo

Samsung has signed an agreement to sell its Ayurvenic Health products at a major Indian health expository, sources said on Monday.

The South Korean tech giant, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of consumer electronics, plans to open an Ayurvingic product store in New Delhi next year and has also invested in the brand, said a person familiar with the matter.

The expo, which has a capacity of about 20,000 visitors, is an event to attract companies interested in the Indian health industry.

Samsung has been in talks with the Indian authorities for several years to open the store.

It has also made plans to launch products in India as part of a partnership with Ayurveys.

Samsung is planning to expand its presence in India by expanding the retail stores at its India headquarters.

The Ayur Vedic Health brand has been sold in the US, Canada, China, South Korea and Mexico and is currently sold through a subsidiary in Taiwan.

The company is expected to expand the business to China and India, where it currently has two stores.

Samsung has made investments in the health business in India, which is among the world leader in consumer electronics and one of Asia’s fastest-growing economies.

Its health products range from mouthwash and toothpaste to homeopathy and natural therapies.

In 2014, it sold its AyuVegas brand to a Chinese company for $7.7 billion.

In March, Samsung signed an accord with India’s National Health Council (NHC) to sell products including Ayurvesic products in its flagship Indian stores, including one in New York City, and on its website, among other deals.

The products will be sold in Samsung’s Indian stores under a brand name that has not been announced.

The NHC will oversee the licensing of AyurVegis products, including AyuCamps and AyuHealth, Samsung said.

Samsung also said in a statement that it is expanding its presence at the expo to more locations across the country, which will help it gain more trust with health professionals.

“Samsung is committed to strengthening the relationship between our two countries by introducing AyurVEgis products at the latest expo events,” a Samsung spokeswoman said.

The Seoul-based company, which made its first foray into the health industry in 2010, has a presence in more than 20 countries, including India, the US and South Korea.