Exhibitor registration is now open for Russia’s No.1 food exhibition

4 May 2015
WorldFood Moscow, the most established international food and beverage exhibition in Russia, has opened invitations for all interested exhibitors and sponsors to register for 2015. The event will take place on 14 – 17 September 2015 in Moscow, Russia.

The WorldFood Moscow exhibition provides a gateway for international food and beverage companies to enter Russia’s lucrative food market. Over 142 million people reside in Russia, making it the ninth largest consumer market in the world.
Over four days, food and beverage suppliers from across the world will meet with approximately 30,000 of Russia’s key industry buyers. Buyers include: food retailers, manufacturer, wholesalers, retail chains, caterers and restaurateurs.
In its 24th edition, the event comprises 12 specialised sectors, including: fruit and vegetables; grocery; confectionery and bakery; tea and coffee; fish and seafood; meat and poultry; canned foods; oil, fats and sauces; health and organic foods; dairy products; frozen products and drinks.
In the last edition of WorldFood Moscow, 70% of exhibitors represented international brands. Previous exhibitors included the leading Polish brands: Activ, Elfruit, Jutrzenka, Krakowski Kredens, Fruitland, Wawel and many more. There were also Polish National Groups like Mazovia, Polish Fruit Growers Association and Agricultural Market Agency.
WorldFood Moscow 2014 attracted 1,674 companies from 72 countries and 30,071 unique visitors. The event is officially supported by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation and other key government and trade associations.
WorldFood Moscow is organised by ITE Group Plc, one of the world’s leading organisers of trade exhibitions and conferences. The group annually organise international food and drink exhibitions in eight countries. WorldFood Moscow is the portfolio’s flagship show. Other food events in the portfolio take place in Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Poland, Kazakhstan and Turkey.

For more information, please visit www.world-food.ru

Foto, press relaese: ITE Poland

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