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Last day for FOOD EXPO with a huge attendance of F&B professionals

1,300 exhibitors are awaiting the arrival of thousands of Greek and foreign F&B professionals for the last day  

The largest Food and Beverage trade show in Southeastern Europe reaches its end after two extremely successful days, with the 1,300 exhibitors holding numerous business meetings and the visitors addressing their businesses’ F&B needs. An overview of the exhibition area halls early in the morning reveals business owners closing new deals and renewing already successful partnerships. Decision-makers from Greece and abroad have one more day to get to meet hundreds of production and trade businesses offering products of unparalleled gastronomic excellence and high nutritional value and directly conclude profitable commercial deals.

At the same time, they visit the booths of the 250 international exhibitors looking for inspiration and new ideas. It is worth mentioning that FOOD EXPO 2023 features foreign exhibitors from 30 countries such as Italy, Spain, Belgium, Egypt, Turkey, Bulgaria, Korea, Poland, China, Tunisia, Thailand, Vietnam, Lebanon, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Netherlands, India, Romania, Austria, Republic of North Macedonia, Malaysia and Cyprus participating either in the context of the impressive national pavilions of the exhibition or independently with stand-alone booths.

Many visitors also visit Oenotelia, a parallel trade show, held in Hall 1 that offers Greek visitors and foreign wine importers the opportunity to get to meet producers from wine regions all around Greece and discover the wealth and quality of Greek vineyards.

The special events stages are full and busy for yet another day

The attendance at the special events is once again impressive, with the speeches and events captivating the visitors. Today, Monday, the last rounds of speeches are held on key issues concerning the Food and Beverage industry.

The new Regulation on packaging and packaging waste and the challenges for the Food & Beverage Industry are the subject of the event organized by SEVT on the Workshops & Seminars stage. Immediately after, the GS1 Association Greece Workshop takes place, where the reliable real-time data synchronization for retailers and their suppliers and digital data and traceability in the supply chain will be analyzed.

The detailed schedule may be seen here.

The Mediterranean Food Stage in Hall 1, will host the Region of the Ionian Islands and the presentation of local recipes by Chef Manolis Rainakis. Next comes the Chamber of Ilia with Chef Vassilis Karoubas, the Region of Thessaly with Chef Dimitris Kaliakis and the Live Cooking Shows from the Dodecanese and Cyclades Chefs Club.

The detailed schedule may be seen here.

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