Nice to see you again! EuroMeat News comes to Anuga


Our team will be present in Cologne between 9-13 October to cover the latest changes in the meat industry.

Posted on Oct 06 ,10:33

Nice to see you again! EuroMeat News comes to Anuga

A team of professionals from EuroMeat News will be present at Anuga 2021, in Cologne, Germany, between 9-13 October, to report the novelties adopted by the meat industry in the last couple of years. Challenges brought by pandemics are reshaping the meat industry and our reporters will be happy to provide you with the latest trends from the industry.
This year, Anuga is going to by held in two formats: online and face-to-face, which represents a novelty for the trade fair industry. This year there is a strong participation of more than 4,000 exhibitors from 94 countries at the trade fair.
"Hence, we will be the largest trade fair in Europe - if not indeed worldwide - after the re-start of the trade fair industry. The trade fair will be staged in 11 halls of the fair grounds. The newly constructed Hall 1, which satisfies all of the modern demands of a trade fair, will also celebrate its premiere during Anuga. This really is a strong signal, which we here at Koelnmesse and the trade fair industry as a whole can build on. Furthermore, this good resonance also confirms how much the industry is looking forward to this year's Anuga as the most important trade fair for food and beverages after the long abstinence," explained Gerald Bose, President and Chief Executive Officer of Koelnmesse GmbH.
New trends are going to be highlighted at this edition, such as "Meet more Meatless" section with innovative meat substitute products places focus on the food transformation. The international meat industry is currently having to face diverse challenges: In addition to COVID-19, discussions about the working conditions in the meat factories and animal welfare, the African swine fever, price volatility as well as a radical change in eating culture through to the reduction in the consumption of meat are causing new problems. To get a complete tour of what is the new reality for the meat industry keep your eyes on our website

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