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German Pavilion at
Summer Fancy Food Show 2019

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23 – 25 June 2019 – New York, USA

About the fair

65th International Summer Fancy Food Show
Jacob K. Javits Center, New York, USA
June 23 - 25, 2019

The Summer Fancy Food Show is the largest North American marketplace devoted exclusively to specialty food and beverage producers and buyers. It is THE essential showcase for specialty foods from all over the world with more than 200,000 specialty food products on display.

The Summer Fancy Food Show features more than 2,600 exhibitors, with representation from more than 50 countries around the world. Germany is this year’s partner country.

Fancy Food Show takes pride in hosting the best networking and educational events. Stay up-to-date on the latest trends and discover new business ideas. The exhibition presents educational seminars and talks addressing the basics of specialty food, innovation, trends and other topics important to manufacturers, retailers and other members of the trade.

The Summer Fancy Food Show is hosted by the Speciality Food Association and comes along with Winter Fancy Food & Confection Show in San Francisco, the largest trade fair for food and beverage specialties of trade and catering market in the USA.

Sunday, June 23, 2019: Show Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday, June 24, 2019: Show Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019: Show Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

 More information about Summer Fancy Food Show 2019 in AUMA's trade fair database

German Pavilion

Food and agriculture are subjects that affect all citizens directly.

The BMEL's main aims include promoting a balanced, healthy diet and safe foods, ensuring that everyday goods are safe, assisting in the development of clear consumer rights and helping to ensure that the agricultural sector is strong and able to perform the duties required of it.

In our globablised world central political topics take on increasing international importance. This also applies to the BMEL areas of activity. The BMEL assumes a range of tasks in conjunction with negotiations and decisions within the European Union on agriculture, consumer policy or food as well as on questions of international co-operation like for instance global food, dismantling barriers in international trade, opening up new markets and, last but not least, good bilateral relations with countries on all continents. This work is supported by the BMEL staff in German embassies and representations across the globe.

Germany's agricultural exports are a solid foundation of the farming industry - even in times of crisis. A German farmer earns almost one in five euros from exports, the German food industry almost one in four. Hence exports are of major importance for German producers, for the creation of jobs and for the development of our rural areas.

This requires ongoing efforts to dismantle any existing tariff, phytosanitary and veterinary law barriers as well as active market maintenance with flanking activities that involve policy-makers.

Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture

Trade Fairs Department:
Phone: +49 228 995294538
Fax: +49 228 995294307

Bonn Office
PO Box 14 02 70, 53107 Bonn

Berlin Office
11055 Berlin

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