MOSCOW, February 27 – RIA Novosti. Russian exporters held nearly 500 b2b talks with partners from UAE, Saudi Arabia, India and other Asian and Middle Eastern countries on the export potential of negotiations organized by the Russian Export Center at Gulfood 2023, the largest international food fair. According to the center, Made in Russia collective companies stand (VEB.RF group) exceeded $ 36.9 million.
REC provides support to companies within the framework of the “International Cooperation and Export” national project.
“Russian companies have long supplied the Middle East and Asia with a wide variety of food products, including confectionery, poultry meat, cereals, cereals and more. Participation in the Gulfood exhibition allows domestic exporters to expand their supply. St. Petersburg, oatmeal from Krasnodar region to India to turkey from Penza region and organic chocolate from Leningrad region to Saudi Arabia and Kuban sauces to Carrefour network.
“Gulfood is one of the largest and most important fairs for the food industry in the world, and Russian companies participating in Made in Russia every year find new partners and conclude contracts here. This year was no exception: interest in Russian products increased very high, business there “After the results of the meetings, I am confident that domestic exporters can significantly expand their delivery geography and increase their volumes,” said Veronika Nikishina, General Manager of REC.
The 28th Gulfood 2023 International Food, Beverage and Cuisine Exhibition was held in Dubai on February 20-24. 75 Russian companies took part in the Made in Russia collective booth.
Visitors had the opportunity to meet with products and beverages at the collective stand of more than 1,000 square meters under the Made in Russia brand, organized by the Russian Export Center. The fair was the largest in the history of participation of domestic companies in Gulfood.
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