WorldFood Poland is a unique business exhibition that lets you meet and cooperate with professionals within the food, beverage, retail and HoReCa industries operating in Central and Eastern Europe. Save the date for 16-18 of April, 2024!

New Business Opportunities

The WorldFood as a biggest food expo in Poland brings together the region’s distributors, retailers, manufacturers and associations. WorldFood Poland food exhibition has proven to be a productive tool to connect existing clients and business partners and meet potential partners. It is an efficient and easy way to sell products and services, source new vendors and solutions.

Always up-to-date

WorldFood keeps you up-to-date on new initiatives and trends in the food industry. During the fair you have an outstanding possibility to discuss problems and obtain answers from industry experts. All of these during many meetings, discussions, training and conferences – in just 3 days!

Professional community

WorldFood Poland is more than a place for business!  It is a community of professionals exchanging experience. Join thousands of your potential customers, partners, prospects, coworkers and reach them out by:

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Arranged business meetings with buyers


Conferences, workshops and discussions about current trends in the food industry


Competition for Exhibitors to select and promote the best products


Presentation of current gastronomic trends


A chance to establish new business contacts from home and abroad


Exchange of experiences and the possibility of expanding knowledge thanks to participation in discussion panels

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Join WorldFood Poland!

Who participate in WorldFood Poland?

You can be sure that thousands business representatives will join the 10th edition of WorldFood Poland. They can’t omit the largest B2B fair for food, beverage, retail and HoReCa professionals in Central and Eastern Europe!

You will meet:

  • Manufacturers, distributors and suppliers
  • Retailers and wholesalers
  • Exporters and importers
  • Technological start-ups
  • Solution providers and technology companies
  • Investors and Mentors
  • Experts and industry specialists
  • Media, agencies, consulting and analytical companies

Interested in reaching them beforehand? Plan all your meetings within our Retail Center programme.

Scope of WorldFood Poland

WorldFood represents a wide range of food sectors – starting from production through processing to the final product and its sale. Detailed scope of WorldFood Poland:

  • raw materials, additives for the production of food, and dietary supplements
  • food products, cereal products, oils and fats, sauces, ready meals
  • confectionery and bakery products, sweets, ice cream, and snacks
  • nuts, dried fruits, herbs, spices
  • fresh fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, preserves and frozen food
  • meat, cold cuts, fish, and dairy products
  • coffee, tea, water, juices, drinks
  • wine, beer, ciders, spirits, and other alcoholic beverages
  • dietary supplements and functional food
  • organic, natural, and traditional food
  • gluten-free, lactose-free, and diabetic products
  • Private Label and Contract Manufacturing
  • services and technology for the food industry, packaging
  • services dedicated to food products that require transport and logistics while maintaining an appropriate temperature

Poland is an attractive market

  • Poland is the largest economy in Central and Eastern Europe and 6th strongest market in the European Union.
  • Poland’s population exceeds 38 million – representing one of the largest Eastern European markets.
  • Since joining the European Union in 2004, the country has adopted many legislative reforms. The country’s ease of doing business has significantly improved, ranking the country 55th worldwide, and Poland has almost doubled its GDP over the last two decades.
  • Poland’s positive attitude towards direct foreign investment makes the country an attractive business environment
  • Poland has a favorable location and provides easy access to South-Eastern Europe and the Baltic countries