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International food industry fair "Riga Food 2011"

02.08.2011

“Riga Food”, which is the biggest food industry fair in the Baltic States, outlines the development of industry, highlights novelties, and presents an opportunity to meet serious and reliable food industry enterprises.

“Riga Food”, which is the biggest food industry fair in the Baltic States, outlines the development of industry, highlights novelties, and presents an opportunity to meet serious and reliable food industry enterprises.

Everyone is welcome to the international exhibition center “Kipsala” to draw inspiration from various menu ideas, taste new products and enjoy professional chef, pastry cook and bartender competitions. Moreover, professionals are invited to “Riga Food” to derive ideas, knowledge and information that will contribute to the development of their business activities.

This year  “Riga Food” will take place from 7 to 10 September.

“Riga Food” will feature national collective stands of 13 countries – Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belarus, Denmark, Italy, Moldova, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Canada, France, Hungary, and Poland.

 The exhibition and participants’ offer will be divided into various thematic areas, thus facilitating highly productive networking for both – participants and visitors.

One of the novelties this year will be the Gastronomic Festival, which will be held in a separate hall and present national cuisine of several countries, as well as a variety of restaurant, cafe and bar menus, chef, pastry chef and bartender competitions.

http://www.bt1.lv/bt1/rigafood/?link=10000000

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