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Italy's Bellavita to premiere at Internorga

Bellavita Expo marks just one highlight of key food fair

Dolce vita goes north with the first Bellavita Expo in Germany at Internorga underway in Hamburg from March 15-19, 2019. The leading expo will feature typical Italian products at Europe’s leading food fair and catering expo. The exhibitors include both small Italian artisan manufacturers as well as well-known market leaders, who will present products to international trade visitors.

Inspiration “Made in Italy”

Aldo Mazzocco, Executive Director of Bellavita Expo, remarked: “We are delighted to bring Bellavita Expo to Germany for the very first time. There is practically no other country where Italian cuisine enjoys such popularity. As the leading international food service and catering show, Internorga is the first choice for us in Germany, and it is a special honour to celebrate our premiere here in Hamburg. Internorga gives our partners a unique exhibition space, for direct and uncomplicated interaction between Italian producers and prospective customers.” The Bellavita pavilion at Internorga will be open from March 16-19, 2019.

Internorga is the leading trade fair for hotels, restaurants, bakery and confectionery. More than 1,300 exhibitors from Germany and abroad and over 95,000 trade visitors attend the expo every year. All kinds of products, innovations, trends and innovations for the entire foodservice and hospitality market are then showcased. The trade fair is accompanied by international conferences, an extensive supporting programme and innovative industry competitions.

Internorga’s “9th Future Prize”

Companies that are forward orientated in terms of management, production and sustainable solutions in and for the out-of-home market will have an opportunity to apply for the 2019 Internorga Future Prize. It will be awarded in three categories. Applications and recommendations can be submitted here until January 19, 2019.

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