Thursday, April 2, 2020

Taste the future at Anuga 2019

Anuga describes itself as “the world’s largest food and beverages trade fair” and you can be a part of it this October.

In 2017, an impressive 7,405 exhibitors and about 165,000 visitors attended Anuga. Returning in October 2019, the event is an important industry meeting point.

From October 5-9, Anuga will once more present everything that is important for the international trade audience. It boasts:

  • 10 trade shows
  • 11 trend themes
  • An event and congress program
  • Large participation of exhibitors.

What’s on at Anuga?

With 100 years of experience, says Anuga, it’s the oldest marketplace in the industry. You’ll find all innovations, the latest trends and interesting facts about the future of the food industry bundled into five days.

Anuga comprises 10 trade fairs under one roof at the Koelnmesse Fair Grounds in Cologne, Germany.

These include:

  • Anuga Fine Food.
  • Anuga Drinks.
  • Anuga Chilled & Fresh Food.
  • Anuga Meat.
  • Anuga Frozen Food.
  • Anuga Dairy.
  • Anuga Bread & Bakery.
  • Anuga Hot Beverages.
  • Anuga Organic.
  • Anuga Culinary Concepts.

Anuga promises “high-quality congresses, special shows with current topics, as well as evening events”. As a result, it attracts top decision-makers from the retail, industrial and catering industries.

Attend Anuga

Want to attend Anuga? For more information contact Robert Laing on 0427 353536 or email robert@messereps.com

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