Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), after 7 years of successes and constant development, is relaunching Foodnova (the network of new food requirements, from gluten – and lactose-free to vegan) which, instead of an annual frequency, is becoming six-monthly, being held in February 2020 (Rimini, Italy 15-18 February) alongside Beer&Food Attraction and, from 7-11 November 2020, at Vicenza Cosmofood.
Foodnova, with its specialized proposal of supply and demand for new food requirements, products free from gluten and lactose and a for a vegan diet, which account for sales, also on the eating out market, that are
constantly growing, is becoming a strategic component for the completeness of the two IEG dedicated to the Ho.Re.Ca. world.
Beer&Food Attraction, which anticipates the opening of the tourist season, and, with its brandnew pay-off, addresses Ho.Re.Ca trade members, presenting the food service/catering world’s new consumption methods and formats by means of food produce, beer and beverages, technology and furnishings and fittings for venues; then, in the autumn, Cosmofood, the key Ho.Re.Ca. expo in northeastern Italy and showcase for Italy’s excellent food and beverage products.
With this operation, IEG intends offering an important opportunity to Foodnova companies, making qualified business platforms available (32,000 attendees in Rimini and 20,000 in Vicenza at the last editions) as well as enriching the two expos’ showcases with the inclusion of the free-from sector, thus attracting an increasingly large number of trade members and professionals.
The Italy Kosher project
FoodNova has recently also achieved an important collaboration with Italy Kosher Union, the corporation that certifies kosher food products.
The project is Italy Kosher and it aims to connect agribusiness companies and buyers from all over the world.
The Italy Kosher project within FoodNova is born out for a market need: there are more and more companies that choose kosher certification to allow people of Jewish religion and not to feed themselves according to the dictates of the cult or of cultural choices. Indeed, Kosher is the set of religious rules that govern the health of observant Jews.
In addition, many people around the world choose to eat kosher, because they want to consume food that is effectively controlled and qualitatively supervised.
to be continued
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