Following extensive discussions and critical observation of the current situation, NürnbergMesse, in close cooperation with customers and partners, has decided not to hold the physical BrauBeviale 2020 Special Edition trade fair as planned and to move the program exclusively to the digital world. The reasons for this are the current national and global developments of the corona pandemic, the rapidly increasing number of infections, and the associated massive restrictions on business travel in companies. Exhibitors and visitors will be able to meet virtually all year round on the digital dialog platform myBeviale.com, where the extensive supporting program BrauBeviale@stage will be online from 10 – 12 November 2020. The next BrauBeviale will take place again in 2022 at Messe Nuremberg.
The BrauBeviale 2020 Special Edition is set to open its doors from 10 to 12 November. In this exceptional year, the anticipation for the beverage industry’s regular gathering is greater than ever. Both NürnbergMesse and the City of Nuremberg are ready to welcome their guests: Comprehensive and carefully devised safety and hygiene plans will ensure a relaxing journey and a successful, pleasant and at the same time safe participation in the consistently high-quality business platform at the venue. BrauBeviale is offering its guests numerous tools and tips that will allow them to plan their visit efficiently.
From 12 to 15 February 2020, the “Place To Be” for the international organic sector is Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, when Biofach, the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Organic Food, opens its doors again. The annual start-of-year gathering for the sector is set to welcome some 3,500 exhibitors from around 100 countries.
Like produce itself, data with the potential to make fresh produce supply chains more manageable, predictable and sustainable must be cultivated and harvested before the fruits of that labour can be enjoyed.
The current challenge for sweets producers is developing more balanced and more natural products or product variants with natural ingredients which at the same time offer multi-sensory experiences. At ProSweets Cologne product developments can find tailor-made ingredients and support for every application. The cross-target group concepts that will be presented are aligned to satisfy the needs of the consumers and the demands of the trade and industry.
Researchers from the Bar Ilan University in Tel Aviv brought to life antiquarian yeasts and used it to brew beer. In the interview with DIE MESSE, Prof. Aren M. Mair, Director of the Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project, talks about the results.
Paraguay – the country at the heart of South America is characterised by agriculture and livestock breeding, its products are appreciated worldwide for their quality. The cultivation of Mate tea was begun by the Guaraní people. The Paraguayan Mate Producers Association takes part in Anuga for the third time.
The contest this year has been decided: a first-class jury has chosen the winning projects for südback 2019. In the competition for the industry award for the bakery and confectionery trades, four companies dominated from the more than 60 entries that were received.
Frozen products make life easier and international cuisine is no longer imaginable without them. In the scope of Anuga Frozen Food, Anuga will from 5 to 9 October 2019 once again be offering a concentrated business platform for the suppliers and trade buyers of the frozen food industry.
Ecuador has been named as the official partner country of Fruit Logistica 2020, which will take place 5 – 7 February in Berlin. At the leading exhibition for the global fruit trade the Andean country will present Ecuador’s agricultural heritage to the world.