World Food Moscow 2014 exhibition

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World Food Moscow 2014 exhibition

 WorldFood Moscow covers all the sectors of the food industry.  For the convenience of the exhibitors and visitors, the exhibition is divided into eleven specialised sectors: Meat and Poultry, Fish and Seafood; Fruit and Vegetables; Confectionery and Bakery; Groceries; Oils, Fats and Sauces; Frozen Productin; Preservation; Dairy; Tea and Coffee; and Drinks. 

 69 countries are represented at the exhibition.  International producers account for over 40% of all exhibitors at WorldFood Moscow.  A significant part of the exhibition is taken up by the national pavilions of individual countries.

 WorldFood Moscow includes the Russian Food Forum, Retail Center tables for presenting products directly to retail chains’ purchasing departments, the ‘Product of the Year’ tasting contest and other professional events
 Each year, more than 50,000 specialists from various countries visit the exhibition.  WorldFood Moscow attracts much interest from Russian specialists, including representatives of wholesale and retail companies from 43 cities.
For more information and register, please contact:
Ca Mau Trade Tourist Investment Promotion Center (CTIP)
1B An Duong Vuong , Ward 7, Ca Mau City, Viet Nam
Tel: +84. 780. 3827985   Fax: +84. 780. 3827893
Email: ctipcm@gmail.com; website: camautravel.vn


Poster: Phạm Thị Bích Thủy
Source: Ctip - world-food.ru


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