World Food Moscow 2013 a success for Russian fresh produce supplier

On 19 September, 2013, the 23rd World Food Moscow International Food & Drinks Exhibition drew to a successful conclusion. Since 1992, it has been held at the Expocentre in Moscow, and has consistently attracted the attention of major producers, suppliers, and wholesale and retail distributors, representing the food market in Russia and around the world. This is why the exhibition has become such a significant event for the Fabula Group.

The Fabula Group is one of the leading suppliers of vegetables, fruit, and freshly squeezed juices to Russia’s major commercial chains; such as the Х5 Retail Group, Metro Cash&Carry, Lenta, Okay, etc. By working for more than seven years, the company has managed to constantly expand its business and broaden its circle of partners.

During the four days of World Food Moscow 2013, Fabula conducted more than a hundred meetings, including both negotiations with representatives of Russian commercial chains and media outlets, and meet and greets with producers from Spain, Italy, Turkey, France, Ecuador, Argentina, Indonesia, New Zealand, Israel, and other countries around the world. They also used that time to arrange new deliveries, make clear plans to develop and solidify business relationships, and exchange information and experience with the professionals who participated in this year’s exhibition.

Fabula strove to create a comfortable setting for their partners and make sure that every participant in the exhibition had the chance to refresh themselves with natural Exotic People fruit juices and shakes, as well as juice-based cocktails mixed by Moscow’s best bartenders for those so inclined.

The Fabula Group felt that the World Food Moscow exhibition afforded them a unique opportunity to tell people about themselves, to make new contacts, and to reinforce existing ones. They plan on participating again next year.

For more information:
Tatyana Titova
Fabula Group
Tel: +7 (981) 777-05-60
or +7 (812) 677-08-03 (271)

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