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WorldFood Moscow attracts international interest

The leading international exhibition for food products in Russia takes place in the centre of Moscow city.

Over the years, WorldFood Moscow has grown to become a majör meeting place for the food and beverage industry and a vibrant source of products for the Russian market. WorldFood Moscow attracts a huge audience of wholesalers, distributors, retailers and restaurateurs. This means that exhibitors can fulfill two major objectives at the same time: they can find a reliable distributor, whilst also gauging demand for their product in this evolving market. Over just four days, exhibitors see thousands of visitors and develop partnerships which will see their products stocked in shops and supermarkets all over Russia. It’s a prime opportunity for suppliersto pitch themselves against their competitors and demonstrate their strength in the market.

International Presence at WorldFood Moscow 2015 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, manufacturers, wholesalers, retail chains, caterers, restaurateurs, etc. Companies from Turkey, South Africa, South Korea, India, Pakistan, Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Sri Lanka, Israel, Belgium and Taiwan are taking part in WorldFood Moscow 2015.

In the last edition of WorldFood Moscow, 70% of exhibitors represented international brands.

In its 24th edition, the event comprises 12 specialized 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. This classification ensures visitors to easily find products of interest, compare them and talk to their manufacturers.

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