Daily Archives: February 24, 2015

  • Anuga FoodTec 2015: excellent registration figures - from Germany and abroad

    Registration figures for the seventh Anuga FoodTec, the international supplier trade fair for the food and beverage industry, from 24 to 27 March 2015 in Cologne, have been outstanding.

    Alongside countless market leaders from Germany and abroad, many small and medium-sized companies will also be appearing at Anuga FoodTec.

    In keeping with the motto “One for all – all in one” Anuga FoodTec will represent the entire production chain, divided into the areas Food Processing, Food Packaging, Food Safety and Services & Solutions. Individual topics, such as suppliers for the meat industry, are showing remarkable growth.

    As an overarching theme, the broad term “Resource efficiency” will be emphasized across all areas of the trade fair and also represented within the supporting programme. Almost 1,500 suppliers from around 40 countries and 43,000 trade visitors from around 130 countries are expected at the trade fair.

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    Koelnmesse GmbH
    Messeplatz 1
    50679 Cologne, Deutschland
    Tel. +49 1806 578 866 Fax +49 221 821 99-1020
    anugafoodtec@visitor.koelnmesse.de
    www.anugafoodtec.com

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    Registration figures for the seventh Anuga FoodTec, the international supplier trade fair for the food and beverage industry, from 24 to 27 March 2015 in Cologne, have been outstanding. Alongside countless market leaders from Germany and abroad, many small and medium-sized companies... 
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  • Check out Olive Oil Cocktails and mixed drinks in New York

    Restaurants in New York are adding the fruity and spicy taste of olive oil to mixed drinks. Check out cocktails like the Trickle Back and others at the Butterfly, Molyvos, Krescendo, Atrium and the Musket Room 20131110-124832.jpg Nancy Puglisi puts the finishing touches on an EVOlution cocktail at Krescendo in Boerum Hill. Oil and water may not mix — but olive oil and alcohol do. Long used for sautéing, salad dressings and in beauty products, the fatty flavor booster is now part of cocktails at bars across the boroughs.

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    Restaurants in New York are adding the fruity and spicy taste of olive oil to mixed drinks. Check out cocktails like the Trickle Back and others at the Butterfly, Molyvos, Krescendo, Atrium and the Musket Room Nancy Puglisi puts the finishing touches on an EVOlution cocktail... 
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