27th International Food Exhibition
17 – 20 September 2018 • Expocentre, Moscow, Russia

Benefits of exhibiting

By participating at WorldFood Moscow you will be able to:

Find a new export route: Since Russia banned $25 billion worth of food imports from the EU, US and other countries last year, it is desperate to secure new suppliers to meet demand. The year before the ban was introduced, Russia spent $25.2 billion on food imports in the categories affected. This means exporters in countries unaffected by the ban have a once-in-a-decade chance to grab a slice of this huge market.

Enter a huge market: Russia is a massive country with a massive market – it is the ninth most populated country in the world with 146 million people. Recently the country has managed to reverse a decade-long population decline. 2012 saw the first increase in the Russian population since 1991. The sheer size of the Russian market, with the ability to reach more consumers than in Japan, means it is too big for food suppliers to ignore.

Cater to Russia’s exotic tastes: Finding new import markets is not the only reason Russia is expanding its supply network. Russians have always had international tastes, you cannot move in Moscow for sushi restaurants – but now suppliers of more exotic products are seeing Russia as an invaluable market. Buffalo meat from India and ostrich meat from South African are the latest additions to hit Russia’s supermarket shelves.

Make money and time savings: Top food and beverage buyers will be located in one convenient location, meaning you can network, negotiate and conduct business with more people over a shorter time period.

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