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

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Russia food & drink market update July 2018

Russia food & drink market update July 2018

The World Cup is nearing its final stages in July 2018 – but the Russian food and drink industry will continue pumping out foodstuffs and news stories long after the tournament is over. Let’s dive into the sector once more for a roundup of July 2018’s new stories.

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Russia street food World Cup spotters’ guide

Russia street food World Cup spotters’ guide

With the FIFA 2018 World Cup group stages coming to a close at the time of writing, we’re halfway through the tournament. It’s been an action-packed fortnight of football – but what about the food?

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Russia and Serbia: the state of the food & drink trade

Russia and Serbia: the state of the food & drink trade

Serbia is well placed to enjoy a thriving food and drink trade with Russia. It holds a number of advantages over other European countries, and produces what Russian consumers want in large quantities.

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South Korean food in Russia

South Korean food in Russia

At each edition of the WorldFood Moscow international food and drink exhibition, brands from the Republic of Korea are always well represented. South Korea’s culinary charms are gaining traction worldwide – and its next destination is Russia.

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Russia food & drink market update: May

Russia food & drink market update: May

May in Russia’s food and drink industry brings some interesting news, including a new product line from a true gourmand, World Cup news, and a welcome return to the market for some old Turkish favourites.

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German food & drink’s place in the Russian market

German food & drink’s place in the Russian market

Germany exports more food and drink items to Russia than any other EU nation – and sanctions don’t seem to be diminishing Deutsche dominance. Compared with other countries, Russia’s import market is far from closed to German produce.

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Infographic: Confectionery in Russia: a sweet treat growing sweeter

Infographic: Confectionery in Russia: a sweet treat growing sweeter

From the sticky to the chewy to the chocolaty, Russians love a sweet treat. That’s why confectionery is big business in the world’s largest country, and the sector itself represents a great space for foreign firms to expand their international market share in Russia.

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