The entire global meat market under one roof at Anuga Meat

Anuga Meat, the world's largest trade fair for meat and meat products, promises to attract at this year's edition a record 900 exhibitors from 100 countries between 7 and 11 October.

Posted on Sep 11 ,13:58

The entire global meat market under one roof at Anuga Meat


Anuga Meat will take place in three exhibition halls covering a gross exhibition surface of 55,000 m², making it the second largest trade show of Anuga after Anuga Fine Food.

In total Anuga will present 7,200 exhibitors from 100 countries in Cologne, Germany.

"Anuga Meat covers the entire spectrum of meat production in its various processing stages. The product range spans from unprocessed meat products to meat preparations and convenience products, through to fine sausage and ham products and regional specialties. There is no other comparable product show for the meat industry anywhere else in the world," Anuga statement read.

The top exhibitors at Anuga Meat include Argal, Agrosuper, Bell, Beretta, Citterio, Danish Crown, ElPozo, Heidemark, Inalca, Miratorg, MHP, NH Foods, OSI, Pini Italia, Plukon, Sauels, Steinhaus, Tönnies, VanDrie, Vion, Westfleisch, Wiesenhof and Wiltmann. The French group Bigard is a newcomer here.

Countries such as Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Paraguay, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay, and Romania will have stands at this exhibition.

The trade fair is open daily from Saturday, 7.10.2017 to Wednesday, 11.10.2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Exclusively trade visitors are granted access.

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