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"World Food Poland" expected for next March 7-9

Intense the Italian presence with the Bellavita pavilion

The three-day of "WorldFood Poland-6th International Food & Drink Exhibition Expo XXI" (March 7-9, 2019) is approaching in Warsaw, B2B fair designed for the food and beverage industry. The location is divided into the Ecofood sectors (products, organic and health drinks and beverages, gluten-free, nutraceuticals and superfood), Nutrafood (food supplements, functional foods and beverages, pharmaceuticals, natural medicine and herbal medicine, nutricosmetics, natural food additives), Ingredients (for the production of food and beverages such as food raw materials, additives, flavorings and colorings), Foodtech (area dedicated to equipment and machinery for food processing for producers, bars, restaurants and shops), and Cold Chain (dedicated to professionals who own, rent or manage transport and temperature-controlled logistics). Finally Wine & Spirits, aimed at merchants, sommeliers and beverage distributors in Poland. The latter seems very promising considering the trends of the country that is experiencing a surge in sales of premium spirits, an upward orientation of brown spirits, a greater popularity of beers with a preference for niche brands, a new culture cider and an optimistic forecast for the wine segment.

Overall categories will be Confectionery and Baked Goods, Alcoholic Beverages, Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Dairy Products, Health and Organic Products, Fish and Seafood, Fruits and Vegetables, ColdChain, Grocery, Meat and Poultry, Tea and Coffee, Food frozen foods, Food ingredients, Food technology and services, Private Label & Contract Manufacturing, Delicatessen.

And for the third consecutive year in WorldFood Poland, Bellavita Expo is inserted, a pavilion that brings to Warsaw the true and authentic taste of Italian gastronomy, ambassador of the greatness of Made in Italy. Over 50 Italian producers present this year, from those artisans to the awarded brands, will bring on the Polish market over 200 new products ready to be presented to 6,000 local buyers, distributors, importers, chefs and other players in the sector.

In addition to the Italian, there are also participations from Azerbaijan, Ukraine, South Korea, Belarus, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Spain, Thailand, Germany, Portugal, Greece, Lithuania, USA, France, China, Finland, India, Hungary, Austria and Holland.

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