Discover Cibus 2024

CIBUS IS BACK, FROM MAY 7TH
TO 10th, 2024

The experience at the fair will be accompanied, as always, by a rich immersive program to discover the national territory and its companies, dedicated to those who want to learn about the production process of their food suppliers.

Event Hours

The event is open from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. except for the last day, May 10, 2024, where the last allowed entry is at 1:00 p.m. and the event closes at 3:00 p.m.

Why visit Cibus?

Cibus, International Food Exhibition, is the most important fair dedicated to the Italian agri-food sector and an unmissable event for the whole community.

Institutions, trade associations, companies and professionals in the Made in Italy agri-food sector meet to outline together the future strategies for food business. The Exhibition represents an opportunity to establish and develop commercial relationships at an international level, while looking to the future and to innovation.

Who is Cibus aimed at?

Cibus is a B2B event dedicated to professional visitors from different segments of the agri-food sector: Large Retail, Ho.Re.Ca. & Food Service, Wholesale Importers, Independent Retail and national and international Normal Trade.

Having regard to the exhibitors, Cibus is aimed at all the different production businesses of the Italian agri-food industry: large players, small and medium enterprises, and niche producers of outstanding products all gain visibility at Cibus.

Where?

In Parma, the heart of the Food Valley, famous all over the world for its gastronomic products of excellence.

When?

May 7-10th, from 9:30 to 18:00.

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SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT PARMA

Parma was the first Italian city to be designated UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy. Located in the heart of the Food Valley, Parma has always been the capital of food, famous all over the world for its PDO and PGI delicacies.

Parma is home to traditional and industrial production sectors: pasta, dry-cured meats, cheeses, preserves and fish processing, while the Parma hills are famous for the production of sparkling wines.

Due to the fame of these products of excellence, 8 food museums have been set up, just a few kilometres from the city, where one can observe all the stages of their production.

Parma is not just famous for its food but also for its music and art.

Our city has always enjoyed a great reputation for music thanks to Giuseppe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini. Today it is possible to visit Verdi’s birthplace at Roncole Verdi and the Giuseppe Verdi Theatre and Casa Barezzi Museum in Busseto; Toscanini’s birthplace museum is located in the centre of Parma. Music lovers can also visit the Opera Museum and the Casa del Suono (House of Sound).

Parma’s place of excellence for music is the Teatro Regio, located in strada Garibaldi right in the heart of the city. Just a short distance away is Palazzo della Pilotta, which hosts the Archaeological Museum, the Palatina Library, the Bodoni Museum and the National Art Gallery, where works by Parmigianino and Correggio are exhibited.

All you need to do now is go and taste the refined cuisine of Parma and explore its charming places.

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