28th International Food Exhibition
24–27 September 2019 • Crocus Expo, Moscow, Russia

Why you should become a WorldFood Moscow exhibitor

Participation in WorldFood Moscow lets you:
 
Discover a new export route – Russia banned imports of key foodstuffs from the EU, US, Norway, Canada and Australia in 2014, but has struggled to fill supply gaps since then. The nation spent $27.9 billion on imported food in 2017 – an 11.4% rise against 2016’s levels – from countries unaffected by the import ban. For suppliers in those nations, this a real chance to grab a slice of a huge market.
 
Enter a new market – Russia is a massive market with a massive population. It is the ninth most populated country worldwide, with 143.9 million residents. The sheer size of Russia, as food suppliers are able to reach more consumers than in Japan, means it is impossible to ignore as a market by global food and drink producers.
 
Cater to Russians' expanding tastes – Finding new import partners isn't the only reason Russia is expanding its supply network. Its citizens are more adventurous with their choices than ever before. Russians have always had international tastes – you cannot move for French, Italian, and Sushi restaurants in Moscow – but now more exotic fare is making its way to Russia. Indian buffalo and South African ostrich meat are just some of the latest products to hit Russian supermarket shelves.
 
Save time and money – Russia's top food and drink buyers use WorldFood Moscow to find new partners and products in one convenient location. As an exhibitor, you can save time and money by doing business with them in a short space of time – making it easy to make deals and boost your ROI.