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Ethnic Foods Europe 2012

If you are into ethnic food business or just planning to, Ethnics Foods Europe 2012 may be of interest to you. It’s a place to hear about business trends, find suppliers and partners or just get a feel of the industry. More than a trade fair, the event also features a conference, workshops with product presentations, 1-1 meetings, working lunches and breakfasts.

The ethnic food industry is a steady market in Europe. But don’t limit yourself to the ethnic consumers. Aside from the growing international community, the mainstream market is also looking for more global cuisine.  Boits of Heuschen & Schrouff in the Netherlands says that  “Up to 60% of a typical Asian supermarket’s customers in western Europe are not Asians, but local Europeans.” According to the organizers of the event, the market is expected to expand and is one of the fastest growing segment of retail food sales in Europe.

Scheduled on March 27-29, 2012 at the Exhibition Centre in Brussels, Belgium,  the Ethnic Foods Europe 2012 is Europe’s ONLY dedicated trade event where all ethnic food suppliers meet with European Retail and Food Service Buyers under one roof. International food manufacturers and wholesalers specialized in Oriental, Arabic, Indian, Mexican, Turkish, North African, Middle East, Afro Caribbean and other World Food will showcase their products.

For all information contact:

Expo Communications BV
P.O. Box 9449
4801 LK Breda
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 76 571 0351
Fax: +31 76 571 3907


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