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

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Russia’s food & drink sector: 3 forecasts for 2017

Russia’s food & drink sector: 3 forecasts for 2017

Russia’s food and drinks sector continues to beguile, charm, and even frustrate the global community. 2016 saw a range of big events sweep across the industry. Import substitution and a damaged relationship with major agricultural product supplier Turkey stole the headlines.

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WorldFood Moscow Market Survey Part 3: Finding success & learning lessons

The final part of our ITE Food & Drink Market Insights’ WorldFood Moscow 2016 market survey series, exhibitors share their advice on how best to crack the Russian food and drink market. Who knows best than those already living and working in the sector? Read on to learn successful exhibitors’ wise words.

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Russia sees steady rise in halal meat products

Russia sees steady rise in halal meat products

Over the next decade Russia’s halal meat market will grow at an average rate of 15-20% per year, opening up global opportunities for the country’s food industry and reaching a value of RUB600-RUB700 billion (US$1–1.1bn) by 2026, according to a study by the Moscow-based International Independent Institute of Agrarian Policy.

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Russia re-evaluating return of Egyptian potato imports

Russia re-evaluating return of Egyptian potato imports

Russia is considering lifting its ban on Egyptian potato imports put in place during late September 2016. While the ban was partially overturned on 26 September 2016, potatoes are still subject to a Russian embargo.

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Russia announces partial lifting of Turkish fruit ban

Russia announces partial lifting of Turkish fruit ban

Full food reconciliation between Turkey and Russia took one step closer towards reality on Tuesday October 11 2016 when Moscow announced its decision to resume imports of certain fruits from Turkey.

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WorldFood Moscow fair points to resuming trade with Russia

Russian food supply firms are showing increasing demand for fresh Turkish fruits and vegetables, while the West Mediterranean Exporters' Association (BAİB) is sharing its list of products that food suppliers are demanding at the World Food Moscow Fair.

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