It hardly seems like two years since FOODNEWS was preparing its 2015 preview to this, the largest food show in the world. Those who have been to Anugas previous will know what to expect. Those who have not are in for a shock. Last year, Anuga attracted 7,189 exhibitors from 108 countries, filling the entire available stand space of 284,000 sq.m. The organisers welcomed 158,603 trade visitors from 192 countries (five more than in 2013). The sheer size of Anuga never fails to impress. It can easily take half an hour to walk from one end of the exhibition to the other: more, if it’s exceptionally busy (it usually is) and/or you bump into someone you know en route (you usually do).
This report is useful both before and after the event, and if you were unable to make it this year.
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