28.2. - 2.3. 2012
International Food Fair
SALIMA – MBK – INTECO – VINEX International Food Fairs have for the second time taken place concurrently with the EMBAX International Trade Fair for Packaging and Packaging Technologies, and offered a view on innovations and trends in processing, distribution and sale of foodstuff. Presentation of 1195 exhibitors and represented brands was to be seen in three largest exhibiting halls of the Brno fairgrounds, where they were inspected by more than 27 thousand visitors from thirty countries.
Centre of the Region Haná for Biotechnological and Agricultural Research, Olomouc, Czech Republic is interested in new contacts with Czech and foreign companies to offer cooperation in form of contract research or long-term scientific-research cooperation especially in field of food industry, biotechnology, biosensors etc..
We will find mainly small and medium sized companies among the food exhibitors this year, offering a new and interesting assortment. Emphasis is placed on both high quality and freshness, and on demanding processing of raw materials.
... is what you can find out in Hall P, at a stand conceived as a restaurant with professional facilities, where a project of the Association of Hotels and Restaurants aimed at promoting regional specialities takes place.
Tables of Czech consumers are also increasingly featuring international specialities and many of these unusual kinds of food and drinks will be on display at the Brno Exhibition Centre. Canada opens its official stand at Salima once again - a country of maple syrup, cranberries, whisky and ice wine, which has a lot to offer to European consumers.
A chance to sit and enjoy quality coffee will be offered at the Coffee Test Zone – a café with examples of barista art and Latte Art, barista training blocks and attractive competitions.
You can find out at the 18th annual international competition “Gastro Junior Brno - Nowaco Cup” finals, which does not have its equal in its tradition, scope and level of expertise anywhere in Central Europe.
Salima in Brno is also an important discussion platform for experts from the food industry and a place of top meetings of politicians. It is considered a centre of alimentary business in the new Member States of the European Union and traditionally plays host to meetings at ministerial level, under the auspices of European Commissioners.
Ministry of Agriculture and Federation of the Food and Drink Industries of the Czech Republic (FFDI) are organizing “Food Forum”, an international conference with the topic of “Ways to sustain foodstuff production, quality of foodstuff and development of local and regional markets”. The conference shall be held on February 28, 2012, on the opening day of International Food Fair SALIMA 2012.