Traditional Foods, Gourmet Delicacies and Fusion Culinary will be Presented at FoodTech 2018 Exhibition in Plovdiv
Traditional foods, gourmet delicacies and fusion culinary will be presented by the participants in the FoodTech 2018 exhibition, which will take place from February 21 to 25 at the International Fair in Plovdiv. This was announced by the press center of the exhibition.
The main part of the expositions are Bulgarian producers and distributors from Greece, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Germany and other countries. According to the fair press center, the show is expected to be the cheese and other products from donkey milk.
New emphasis is the veal, "Premium" class, which will ripen in front of the customers' eyes in a designer display cabinet on the stand. During a BBQ show chef will bake various types of meat, and a presentation will reveal the peculiarities of the high quality beef of the Black Angus breed.
This year, more dairy producers will compete not only in the assortment, but also in the quality assurance. They come from the closed loop that uses the industry's leading names and allows strict farm-to-store control. Wide presence at FoodTech will have canned food, herbs and spices, bio and eco food.
The exhibition is located in the City of Wine and Delicatessen. It is organized in parallel with "Flavors from Italy", "Agra" and "BioAgra" - for agriculture, "Vinaria" - for viticulture and wine production, "Api Bulgaria" - for beekeeping, "Dibla - ideas and products for the interior is the new concept of "Horeka Plovdiv" for equipment for restaurants, pubs and hotels.
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