|Ethnic Foods Europe 2012: 27-29 March, Brussels Expo Only European Trade Event for the Ethnic Foods|
|Saturday, 18 February 2012|
Ethnic Foods Europe 2012 is Europe's only exhibition entirely covering oriental, Arabic, Indian, Mexican, Turkish, Afro-Caribbean and other world food . The second Ethnic Foods Europe will take place on 27 - 29 March at the Brussels Exhibition and Conference Centre in Brussels, Belgium. The three-day exhibition and speakers program is now widely recognized as the European business event for the ethnic food industry, targeting buyers from retail, food service and other ethnic distribution channels.
The upcoming Ethnic Foods Europe is expected to attract excellent attendance from all European market leaders. The exhibition will feature more than 200 companies from 20 countries; among them renowned leaders such as Heuschen & Schrouff (The Netherlands), Geeta's Food (United Kingdom), Yama Products (Netherlands), Günz GmbH (Austria), Baktat (Turkey), Tok GmbH (Germany), Asia Express Food (The Netherlands) and many others.
“We've created a total event strictly for the ethnic foods sector” says Dedy Collette, Ethnic Foods Europe exhibition manager.“By focusing exclusively on ethnic food products, we provide visitors with an excellent and comprehensive overview which won't be found at the broad spectrum events and is driven by focus exhibitors collecting higher qualified leads”
EFE Industory Dinner
One new and important element of Ethnic Foods Europe 2012 is the EFE Industry Dinner in the evening of the first exhibition day, which is expected to attract 350 delegates, exhibitors, partners, press and Embassy trade offices. The break-out sessions feature a total of 25 presentations covering a wide range of market related issues.
Another new part of the exhibition will be Ethnic Private Label 2012, where visitors can discover products to expand their brand strategy into new ethnic food categories.
Businesses and buyers involved in the Japanese market will be able to gain a valuable sense of the overall market for ethnic food & drink and the positioning of Japanese products within that market, as well as pick up hints on relevant consumer and business trending.
For more details, see the official website: www.ethnicfoodseurope.com
For pre-registration, order your free badge here.