Press Releases Cibus
FUTURE NEWS AND TRENDS OF FOOD
Thousands visitors at the second day of Cibus- Food chain and future years challenges
Italian consumption trend is changing due to the economic crisis and now it is projected towards wellness and food safety.
OPENING TODAY THE 19TH EDITION OF CIBUS
3.100 Italian food companies present 1.300 new products
The 19th edition of Cibus – International Food Exhibition- has opened today in Parma. 3.100 Italian food exposing companies have presented 1.300 new products to introduce in the national and international market.
ITALIAN FOOD SECTOR STRATEGIES AT CIBUS 2018
The 19th edition of Cibus opens in Parma on May 7 – The programme presented today – Increase of exports and target markets – new products and consumption trends
FOOD PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION: THE FUTURE HAS BEGUN
Parma confirms its reputation as Capital of Italian Food with the entire agri-food production and retail chain meeting from 7 to 10 May at the 19th edition of Cibus, organized by Fiere di Parma and Federalimentare.
ITALIAN FOOD IS PRESENTED TO THE WORLD
Cibus 2018, the new arrivals exhibition. More than one thousand new products from about three thousand exhibiting companies will be presented to the eighty thousand operators expected to attend.
IN THE YEAR OF FOOD, CIBUS RECONFIRMS ITSELF AS THE ITALIAN PLATFORM FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE FOOD SECTOR
Preview on the 19th Edition of Cibus – Federalimentare’s forecasts for the food sector in 2018 – Foreign markets open up to made-in-Italy products
ROAD SHOWS ARE UNDERWAY ABROAD FOR CIBUS 2018
The 19th edition in Parma from 7 to 10 May 2018 – Initiatives for an ever growing internationalization – Space for “away-from-home eating” and innovation in retail – Started collaboration with the IRI Italia research …
ANUGA – FEDERALIMENTARE DEFENDS MADE-IN-ITALY FOOD: ITALIAN SOUNDING PRODUCTS WITHDRAWN FROM THE MARKET MINISTER MARTINA: “AN ESSENTIAL CONTROL TO PROTECT OUR SUPPLY CHAIN”
Anuga, the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to food, confirms the importance of Made-in-Italy products. The Italian food sector has indeed confirmed its strength in Germany highlighting its excellence through 1200 businesses, which have made it the country with the highest number of exhibitors…