29 companies took a part at Anuga 2019

 

During this years’ Trade show Anuga 2019 in Cologne (5-9 October), 29 Serbian companies from the food industry exhibited at the National Pavilion of Serbia, which is the record number since Development Agency of Serbia (RAS) and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS) organize National stand at this fair.

By organizing the exhibition for Serbian companies at this world-famous food and beverage industry Trade show, RAS and PKS are giving support to the promotion and export of Serbian food products at the markets of Germany, the European Union, and other countries. Besides that, for companies that exhibit, this Trade Show is extremely important to be up to date with news and trends in the industry. 

Companies had an opportunity to present their products on two national stands, and two halls, one for Fine food and the other for frozen food products.

In the Fine food hall were companies: FRUITICA, Cantavir, JAFFA, Crvenka, GENEZA, Kanjiza, MEDINO, Krnjevo, BASKET ZDRAVIJA HRANA, Golubinci, AROMA ZACINI, Futog, DAMAR CONFIT, Belgrade, BIBLI, Belgrade, AGRANELA, Valjevo, ZDRAVO ORGANIK, Selenca, COLD PRESSOK, Beograd, TISACOOP, Kanjiza, INTERFOOD 60, Ivanjica, FUNGO JUG, Leskovac. 

And, in the frozen food hall 15 companies presented their products: SICOBERRY, Kraljevo, PIK BECEJ, Becej, FRIKOM, Belgrade, PTPD MENEX, Krusevac, ITN GRUP, Zemun, VOCAR, Svilajnac, MASTER FRUIT, Belgrade, JUGPROM, Leskovac, HIBRID, Belgrade, FRIGLO, Sutjeska, FRIGO-PAUN, Pozega, EURO FRIGO, Pozega, LAKI, Arilje, SWEET HOME, Brus i MIRAX AGRAR, Belgrade.

In the world of food and beverages, Anuga is the most important trade fair in the world. It is the largest trade fair globally and the most significant industry meeting point which celebrated 100 years of history in 2019. 

Every year Anuga is held in Koelnmesse GmbH on the 284.000 m2. With over 170.000 trade visitors (plus 3 percent compared to 2017) from 201 countries and around 7.500 exhibitors (7.405 in 2017) from 106 countries in 2019, the trade fair set a new record.