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The agriculture and food supply chain meet at TuttoFood 2023

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TuttoFood 2023, Italy’s benchmark event for sustainable innovation throughout the supply chain, opens its doors from May 8 to 11 in Milan.

The inaugural conference, Innovation and Sustainability for the Food and Hospitality Industry, will provide an opportunity to preview trends and address future food and beverage challenges.

Approximately 2500 brands from 46 countries will attend; among the most represented are, in order, Spain, Greece, the Netherlands, Romania, and Germany. First-time exhibitors from Saudi Arabia, Faroe Islands, South Africa, Swedenwill be present.

Exhibitors will meet about 800 profiled buyers from 86 countries, selected by Fiera Milano with the support of ICE Agency, 29 per cent coming from Europe, including Italy; 32 per cent from the Americas; 18 per cent from Asia and CIS countries; 18 per cent from the Middle East and Africa; and 3 per cent from Oceania. The largest delegations are registered, in particular, from the United States and Canada, the United Arab Emirates, China, Australia, India, and France. They include international corporations such as 7Eleven, Bravo Supermarket (Azerbaijan), Carrefour, Citysuper (Hong Kong), Eataly USA, Emirates Flight Catering, Picard, Rewe, The Kroger (USA).

New to the exhibition setup, The Green Trail: a pathway identified by a specific visual identity and dedicated signage, which will help people discover green, plant-based, net zero, as well as healthy, rich-in and free-from products through all areas of the event and at the booths of all exhibitors, facilitating healthier, sustainable and responsible food choices. The most active countries in these segments include Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands.

TuttoFood is now accredited both in Italy and abroad as the landmark for professionals in the sector thanks to the concept that brings together major brands and top businesses in seven halls that highlight in the three macro areas of fresh, dry, frozen and seafood, the supply chain affinities of the vertical sectors.

More than 150 events, including exhibitors’ appointments and meetings organized by TuttoFood. Among the latter is Retail Plaza, the format that analyzes changes in modern retailing by matching companies with industry experts. Evolution Plaza is the area that the event dedicates to innovation not only in technology but also in its social-economic aspects, such as the new format Confessions at the Table, directly. Finally, the Better Future Award, in collaboration with Gdoweek and MarkUP, returns for the second year.

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