Belgrade Food Show is a unique blend of the conference and high quality food fair, which is held for the first time in our country and region. On 5 and 6 November, Crowne Plaza will host domestic and foreign producers, customers and distributors of premium products. The good news is that the general public will have the opportunity to visit the fair, both on the first and second day from 11 am to 3 pm.
Interested visitors still have the opportunity to apply via the official website www.belgradefoodshow.rs and be among the first to be educated on world trends in the food industry.
During these two days, eminent global and domestic experts will hold a series of lectures in order to achieve success in the foreign market. Among them there will be Chef Alan Coxon, British Food, Beverage and Tourism Ambassador, a member of the “Superior Taste Award” and a television broadcaster from the United Kingdom. He is a multi-award winning food preparation expert, international judge, winner of the most prestigious gastronomic awards with five written cooking manuals. Alan is a consultant in the field of gastronomy, and in his lecture at the Belgrade Food Show conference talk about combining food, certification of tastes, premium products and benefits of the “Superior Taste Award”.
After the introductory talk, a lecture by Honorat Jarock, a number of analysts in the food and beverage sector, will be followed by Mintel Consulting, one of the world’s leading consulting companies. Not a lecture by Simon Waring, executive director of the Green Seeds Group, UK, the theme will be “the way to the market, from packaging to distribution”. This is followed by a panel on the manufacturer’s way to the shelves of a large regional chain, from the customer’s point of view.
In the end, visitors will be able to hear the experiences of producers from Serbia and the region who have successfully overcome all the challenges and have moved from establishing a business to market and growth. Darko Mandić, co-founder and CEO of Happy honey company, participated in the case study “Been there, done that”, Andrija Mišković, executive director of Global Foods and Kalin Babušek, representative of Mamas food.
The event is organized by the Serbian Food Promotion Association with the tendency to place Serbia among the leaders in the food and beverage industry in South East Europe, with the support of the USAID Competitive Economy Project.