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


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Here’s why Russia is your next food & drink market

Don't let sanctions get you down - Russia is still a massive market full of potential for international food and drink exporters. Need convincing? Check out these five big reasons why Russia should be your next market.

Press release

The World Food Moscow International Food Exhibition is announced to be held for the 26th time on September 11 to 14, 2017 at Expocentre International Exhibitions and Conventions in Moscow. The event is organised by ITE Group which is the leader of the Russian exhibition services market.

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Balkhoorma presents dried persimmons

Balkhoorma is an enterprise meeting modern standards, leading in the field of production of dry and semi-dry fruits, equipped with automated technical equipment, with its own washing, cleaning, cooling and packaging departments.

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The Land of Fire brings the heat to WorldFood Moscow

This year in September, Azerbaijan will for the first time ever set up its ‘Made in Azerbaijan’ national stand at the WorldFood Moscow international exhibition, with participation of more than 30 companies. Supported by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the country’s participation as a single unit is organised by the Azerbaijan Export and Investment Promotion Foundation (AZPROMO).


Halal food in Russia: a growing sector in a big market

You might not think of Russia as a key market for halal food yet between 15-20% of Russia’s 145 million population identifies as Muslim. That is a lot of mouths to feed. Indeed, demand for halal products has been growing around 30-40% since 2011, so look out halal food exporters: you may have just found your new market.


Which nations are benefitting from the Russian-Turkey food feud?

After a year of tensions, Turkey and Russia looked like there were ready to settle their food trade issues in 2016. 2017, so far, has failed to build on this promise. New problems have reared their heads, meaning some Turkish products are still banned from Russian import.

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