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21-23 April, 2020
7th INTERNATIONAL FOOD & DRINK
EXHIBITION
EXPO XXI

Warsaw, Poland

 

News
  • 08 April 2019

    The sale of stands for the 7th edition of WorldFood Poland has started - the Early Birds offer

    Booking of stands for the next edition of WorldFood Poland - International Food&Drink Exhibition, which will take place on 21-23 April 2020, traditionally at the Warsaw EXPO XXI Center, has started. Time counts because companies that register their willingness to participate in the event can already count on big discounts. The "early birds" offer is valid for applications sent until the end of June 2019.

  • 18 February 2019

    Join the WORLDFOOD Exhibition! You have to be here!

    Over 350 exhibitors from 23 countries, cuisines and liquors from all over the world, spices and herbs, best products, special guests, food and beverages industry and HoReCa authorities – in other words the food and beverages industry finest for three days in Warsaw.

  • 12 February 2019

    Korea arrives at WorldFood Poland 2019 with its healthy food products

    Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corporation presents 8 South Korean food companies and their products during WorldFood Poland 2019, one of the most important food trade shows in Poland, which takes place on 7-9 March 2019 at EXPO XXI Center in Warsaw. It is the first time that Korea participates in the show, and its pavilion will be located at Hall1 E22 of the venue.

  • 29 January 2019

    Bellavita, the Italian Pavilion at WorldFood Poland

    Bellavita joins forces with WorldFood for the third year to promote the Italian food and beverage tradition. A great many new products ready to be introduced into Poland.

  • 07 January 2019

    Meet Ukrainian manufacturers

    Dear visitors of the exhibition: buyers, retailers! We invite you to the stands of Ukrainian manufacturers, which are presented at the exhibition WorldFood Poland for the fifth time.

  • 29 November 2018

    WINE & SPIRITS sector at WorldFood Poland 2019

    The WorldFood Poland trade fair is an obligatory place for all producers, distributors and traders interested in the Polish market, operating not only in the food industry but also in the alcohol industry. The Wine&Spirits zone is growing year by year and the trade fair offer is rich not only in a large selection of domestic and foreign wines, but also in B2B talks, discussion panels and many other attractions.

  • 13 November 2018

    Bellavita EXPO at WorldFood Poland

    Following the success of the last two editions, Bellavita Expo, the leading Italian food and beverage trade show, will return to WorldFood Poland from 7-9 March 2019, bringing the Italian Excellence into a dedicated Pavilion.

  • 25 July 2018

    The sale of stands for the 6th edition of WorldFood Poland has started - the Early Birds offer

    Booking of stands for the next edition of WorldFood Poland - International Food&Drink Exhibition (also known before as WorldFood Warsaw), which will take place on 7-9 March 2019, traditionally at the Warsaw EXPO XXI Center, has started. Time counts because companies that register their willingness to participate in the event can already count on big discounts. The "early birds" offer is valid for applications sent until the end of September 2018.

  • 24 April 2018

    The 5th edition of WorldFood Warsaw ended with a success!

    Spring everywhere, the time of new energy, development and growth - and these were also reflected in the condition and scale of our trade fair. Once again, we are pleased to say that we are growing, thanks to you and together with you.

  • 30 March 2018

    Gold Medals of WorldFood Warsaw 2018

    Over 140 food products in fourteen categories fought for medals and fair awards. The proposals of producers and distributors surprised even the demanding taste buds of professional Jury. The results were announced during the meeting with the media last week. Why is it worth taking part in the next editions of the Competition?

  • 27 February 2018

    Food supplements sector at the WorldFood Warsaw fair

    As part of the 5th edition of the Worldfood Warsaw International Food and Drinks Exhibition, a new sector dedicated to nutraceuticals was created. The sector has been subject to the Patronage of the National Council of Supplements and Foodstuffs and the European Federation of Associations of Health Product Manufacturers (EHPM).

  • 20 February 2018

    Giancarlo Russo Resident Chef at Bellavita Warsaw 2018

    We are proud to announce that Giancarlo Russo, chef and ambassador of Italian cuisine in Poland, will be Resident Chef at Bellavita Warsaw 2018 (10 – 12 April, WorldFood Warsaw 2018). In Poland for over 20 years, Giancarlo Russo is one of the most renowned figures in the Polish-Italian culinary landscape; he is also a famous TV chef and spokesperson for important brands such as Lidl and Zanetti.

  • 12 February 2018

    Diving into Poland’s food processing sector

    The market for food processing is a tantalising one: the value of goods produced and productivity has grown at 7% annually since 2005. Globally, food manufacturing industry has surged since 2000 with total shipment values reaching $6.05 trillion in the world’s major 73 countries—before that, the industry had been stagnating for quite a long time.

  • 08 February 2018

    Poland's peerless potential for cold chain logistics

    Poland. As Central Europe’s second largest country, it is a hugely attractive market for all sorts of food professionals. The $427.7 billion economy’s food sector is undergoing constant change, with new trends emerging each year. One thing is certain, however: the nation’s inherent potential for cold chain logistics providers.

  • 01 February 2018

    Poland’s food trade with South America: filling in the gaps

    Poland is an EU member and a major food producer in its own right. That means, when it goes looking for imports, its searching for goods that can’t be filled by either domestic efforts or its European trading partners.

  • 30 January 2018

    International buyers will visit WorldFood Warsaw

    Participation in trade talks of the 2018 edition has already been reported by foreign buyers from Vietnam, Spain, Hong Kong, Turkey, Bulgaria, Pakistan, Romania, United Arab Emirates and Moldova.

  • 25 January 2018

    A taste of Poland’s excitingly expanding wine market

    Beer and vodka might be the traditional tipples of Poland, but they are losing ground to certain product groups. Gaining the most traction is wine. Since Poland’s 2004 ascension to the EU, the wine market has been uncorked and might just be the nation’s most exciting alcoholic drinks segment.

  • 22 September 2017

    The Polish alcoholic drinks market: big trends shaking up the sector

    Like many nations across Europe, Poland’s drinking culture is firmly entrenched in society. The average Pole consumes 10.67 litres of alcohol per year, placing them 14th on the WHO’s rankings of highest alcohol consumption per capita.

  • 31 July 2017

    Bellavita Expo, the Italian Pavilion at WorldFood Warsaw

    Building on the last edition’s successful debut, Bellavita Expo, the largest Made-in-Italy Food & Wine Trade Show, will return to WorldFood Warsaw from 10-12 April 2018, bringing the Italian Excellence in a dedicated Pavilion.

  • 31 July 2017

    Bellavita Expo, the Italian Pavilion at WorldFood Warsaw

    Building on the last edition’s successful debut, Bellavita Expo, the largest Made-in-Italy Food & Wine Trade Show, will return to WorldFood Warsaw from 10-12 April 2018, bringing the Italian Excellence in a dedicated Pavilion.

  • 18 July 2017

    Poland’s food trade with South America: filling in the gaps

    When Poland isn’t buying food from EU member states, where is it getting it from? For some key commodities, Polish producers look thousands of miles away from Central Europe to the far flung reaches of South America.

  • 18 July 2017

    Poland and Asia food & drink trade: a strong relationship

    Each year, food and drink products cover around 10% of the Poland’s total merchandise imports. Being a member of the EU means the lion’s share of Poland’s food trade takes place with its fellow Europeans – but this is hardly the whole story.

  • 11 April 2017

    WorldFood Warsaw Trade Fair has started

    The fourth edition of WorldFood Warsaw has been inaugurated. This is the biggest and most important trade fair dedicated to the food and catering industry in Warsaw. The event takes place on 11-13 April in EXPO XXI WARSZAWA.

  • 06 April 2017

    Mexico at WorldFood Warsaw 2017

    Under the auspices of SAGARPA, 10 Mexican companies, producers of traditional Mexican products as jalapeño, frijoles, salsas, fresh and canned fruits, spices, coffee, chocolate, aloe vera, nopal juice, chia, avocado oil and tequila will take place in this year edition

  • 06 March 2017

    Breaking down the Polish meat sector

    Meat is a staple part of Polish diets, accounting for 27.9% of the nation’s total food sales. Poland is a major producer of meat products, the 4th largest in the EU, but its larders are not filled with just domestically produced items. There is still some room for exporters to make impact on the market.

  • 23 February 2017

    Michelin Starred Chef Andrea Camastra to Head Up All Star Line Up of Chefs at Bellavita Expo in Warsaw

    Andrea Camastra, one of only two chefs in Poland to be awarded the sought-after Michelin Star will be hosting a masterclass on the 12th of April at Bellavita Expo, Warsaw.

  • 15 February 2017

    Heard about WorldFood Warsaw’s fantastic VIP buyer program?

    If you have never been to a food exhibition you are missing out. Specifically, you are cutting off a major source of fresh business connections you can use to internationally grow your business. Nowhere is this more true than at WorldFood Warsaw. 2017 sees the return of its most popular attractions: the VIP buyer program. This incredibly useful networking tool has brought together hundreds of international businesses with with Polish importers and retailers and is coming back this year for more of the same.

  • 10 February 2017

    Why you need to attend WorldFood Warsaw 2017

    As one of Poland’s leading food and drink trade shows, WorldFood Warsaw offers some brilliant benefits for attendees. So why should you head to Warsaw’s EXPO XXI exhibition centre between 11-13 April and attend this major event in Poland’s food and beverage calendar?

  • 31 January 2017

    Poland ice cream market to grow 4.8% until 2020

    A fresh report from Ken Research suggests big growth in Poland’s ice cream market. The frozen dessert is expected to grow, in value terms, at a compound annual growth rate of 4.8% until 2020. In a market dominated by foreign players, this is great news for exporters.

  • 24 January 2017

    Bellavita Italian Pavilion at WorldFood Warsaw!

    Bellavita Expo is coming to Warsaw in the frame of WorldFood, from 11 to 13 April 2017, following the growing trends of Top Gastronomy. Bellavita Expo is the largest solely Made-in-Italy show and is an unmissable event for all food and beverage professionals. Bringing the true taste of Italy to some of the world’s biggest cities, the company’s intense focus on provenance is based on the regional cuisine of Italy.

  • 14 December 2016

    What happened in Poland’s food industry in 2016?

    Poland is the EU’s seventh largest food producer, meaning its food industry is one of Europe’s most vibrant and downright vital. A variety of trends and deals hit Poland’s food and drinks sector in 2016, which could mean major shakeups in the nation’s import landscape.

  • 08 December 2016

    CETA & Poland: How can Canadian producers benefit?

    October 30 2016 saw a historic free trade agreement signed between Canada and the European Union. From January 2017, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) promises more for Canada and key EU states such as Poland. The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance’s President, Brian Innes, has praised the deal as a “bright light for agri-food exporters.” With CETA, Canadian producers are well poised to find some big wins on the Polish imports market – thanks to a number of provisions falling under the umbrella of CETA.

  • 14 November 2016

    Making deals is easy at WorldFood Warsaw's Retail & HoReCa Centre

    After a hugely successful 2016, putting together over 300 b2b meetings, the Retail & HoReCa Centre is making a triumphant return to WorldFood Warsaw in 2017.

  • 12 October 2016

    Poland’s biggest supermarkets: Which chains do you need to know?

    Poland’s food retail sector is already worth a huge $52 billion. The EU’s 8th largest economy is expected to spend $62 billion a year on groceries by 2020, with supermarkets playing a big role in shaping Poles’ buying habits.

  • 29 September 2016

    Polish food imports: Your one-stop factsheet

    Poland. The EU’s 6th largest country by population and 8th largest economy. With a GDP of $427.7 billion, and a population of 38.5 million, the country is rife with opportunity for food exporters. But where does Poland import its main foodstuffs from?

  • 21 September 2016

    Infographic – Poland’s food & drink sector: Your next export destination?

    Facts on the polish food & drink market: see infographic

  • 19 August 2016

    Entering the Polish citrus fruit market? Timing is everything

    Picture the scene. You are a producer of sumptuous, flavourful citrus fruits and you want to get your products into the stores and onto the plates of Poland’s millions of consumers. You have got the products, got your distributors lined up and are ready to go. What could go wrong? If your timing is off, the answer, unfortunately, is everything.

  • 20 May 2016

    2016 Post Event Details

    The 2016 WorldFood Warsaw post show report is now available to download. The 3rd edition of the event witnessed a record breaking amount of visitors and also the inaugural EcoFood sector. Click on the image below to download the full report.

  • 28 April 2016

    Poland - Eastern Europe's Food and Drink Innovation Hub

    Poland is leading the way in food and drink innovation in Eastern Europe. Over a third of all product launches in this region originate from Poland. Recent developments in the country’s food industry make it an attractive export destination - here is why.

  • 08 April 2016

    2016 Conference Programme

    Participants at WorldFood Warsaw will have an opportunity to learn from industry experts at the free-to-attend conferences, discussion panels and presentations. Read on to find out more about this year's business programme.

  • 15 March 2016

    Exhibitor News: Regency Tea Pvt Limited

    Regency Tea Pvt Limited present their Product Highlights at WorldFood Warsaw

  • 10 March 2016

    Space Booking Deadline: 21st March 2016

    Stand bookings for WorldFood Warsaw will close 21st March 2016.

  • 09 February 2016

    VIP Buyers Club Launched at WorldFood Warsaw

    The organisers of WorldFood Warsaw are pleased to announce the launch of the VIP Buyers Club which will see food industry buyers from the regions of Poland in attendance.

  • 04 February 2016

    Exhibitor News: Tasty Seaweed from Godbawee Food Co.Ltd

    Thai company Godbawee Food Co.Ltd to exhibit roasted seaweed at WorldFood Warsaw.

  • 01 February 2016

    Exhibitor News: Venture Teas

    Venture Tea (Pvt) Ltd is a supplier of high quality Ceylon Teas to destinations worldwide in various kinds of packaging. Below is the range of products to be presented at WorldFood Warsaw 2016.

  • 20 January 2016

    Poland's Confectionery Market Valued at PLN 12.7 bln

    Poland is the largest confectionery market in Central and Eastern Europe. The main distribution channels for these products are discount shops, hypermarkets, supermarkets and small retail shops. The significance of retailers’ private label confectionery sales is also increasing.

  • 15 January 2016

    WorldFood Warsaw 2015 Results

    The 2nd edition of WorldFood Warsaw gathered 192 food exporters at the XX1 Expocentre. In total, over 3,300 food industry representatives attended to nurture existing customers and meet new contacts.

  • 15 January 2016

    Poland's tea and coffee market

    The Polish tea market is currently worth over PLN 2.1 billion and the coffee market PLN 5 billion.

  • 15 December 2015

    Poland's Organic Food Market: Inaugural Event Sector

    In recent years, the organic food market in Poland has been one of the most rapidly developing sectors in the country’s food industry. The sector has estimated to have reached 770 million pln at the end of 2015, growing 20% from 2014.

  • 06 December 2015

    Poland's alcohol market overview

    A declining vodka consumption, a surge in the premium alcohol sales, an upward trend in the brown spirits and light colour drinks, an increasing rotation in beers with a preference for niche brands, and generally optimistic forecasts for the wine segment - that is the current situation on the Polish alcohol market in a nutshell.

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