Greece was the partner country of Anuga 2015 and represented by over 120 Greek exhibitors

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“Anuga 2015 exceeded our expectations. The high interest shown by exhibitors and visitors from Germany and abroad is impressive and underlines the significance of Anuga as the world’s most important trade fair for food and drinks,” observed Friedhelm Dornseifer, President of the Association of the German Retail Grocery Trade (BVLH), highly satisfied. “Once again this year the trade visitors were able to test thousands of high-quality and innovative products.”

The huge diversity clearly reflects the food trends that have been accompanying us for some time already. Good taste and fresh goods have always been important for the consumers. Furthermore, the theme convenience gains ever-increasing relevance. Today, our food has to be easy to consume and easy to cook. Those companies that succeed in linking these characteristics with healthy and sustainable aspects have good prospects of achieving high sales.”

“Anuga is the global marketplace and trendsetter for food and drinks every two years. Once again in 2015, we were able to impressively demonstrate which measures German companies take every day for the quality, safety and diversity of the “Made in Germany” seal and how food producers fulfil the wishes of consumers worldwide with a customised range of products, said Dr. Wolfgang Ingold, Chairman of the Federation of German Food and Drinks Industries (BVE). “Hence, we have reached our goals: Anuga offers fair participants the opportunity to experience the entire world of food and drinks in all its extraordinary diversity, like no other trade fair.

All About Greek Ingredients
Greece is blessed with a wide variety of natural, locally produced ingredients that give rise to Greece’s unique Mediterranean style diet. Common Greek ingredients include the olive and olive oil, cheeses, yogurts and other dairy products and of course a wide range of fruits and vegetables which grow naturally in Greece’s temperate climate. Other Greek ingredients include natural honey, pastry and bakery products, Greek wine varieties and a range of spices and herbs.

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