Deadline for German Pavilion:  February 10th, 2016
Deadline for international companies:  February 13th, 2016
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Anfas FoodProduct

February 10 - 13
Antalya, Turkey
Deadline for German Pavilion: February 10, 2016
Deadline for international companies: February 13, 2016

The Exhibition

23nd Anfas Food Product, which is the biggest international food and beverage exhibition in Turkey, will be held on February 10-13 in Antalya. The last edition in the year 2015, more than 400 turkish companies and international participant companies from the 12 countries exhibit their products and services, was organized at Antalya Expo Center with the area of 35.000 m2 and with the attendance of 3.652 brands on February 25-28, 2015.

The fair brought together its attendants with the total 47.400 professional visitors, 1.405 of which are foreign from 49 countries. Food Product takes place as a hotly-anticipated event under the geography, to which it addresses. This event, which is the leader in respect of the food and gastronomy culture, is a platform, where the products are exhibited, and which presents the best practices and recent innovations of the relevant industry.

The Market

Turkey is a very attractive market in respect of the potential food investors. It ranks as 5 in the order of CEE business environment, performed by the Business Monitor International (BMI) in respect of the food and beverage industry, due to its large population, its low level in respect of the saturation and maturity in the market, the existence of eligibly long term economic structure, and its per capita income at the satisfactory level.

Additionally, Turkey, as an significant agricultural manufacturer, which has the food and beverage balance improving gradually, gains easy access to the raw material.

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PROJECT MANAGER(S)

Sibel Karaoglan

+49 (0) 6221 - 13 57 - 15 s.karaoglan(at)ifw-expo.com
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