Post Show Report Prodexpo 2023

20 / 02 / 2023

30th edition of the International Exhibition for Food, Beverages and Food Raw Materials

Prodexpo 2023 has successfully taken place at EXPOCENTRE Fairgrounds, Moscow. The flagship project of EXPOCENTRE demonstrated the high activity of all industry participants and became a meeting place for the best Russian and foreign producers and suppliers of food products. 

Sergey Katyrin, President at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The fact that we are opening Prodexpo for the 30th time is an indication of its relevance. The show is always a resounding success and is the largest in Eastern Europe in this field.

Prodexpo 2023 showed strong results. This year was an absolute record for the number of Russian regional group stands and pavilions, which were presented by 48 Russian regions. Compared with 2022. The number of unique visitors increased by almost 40%.

Alexey Vyalkin, Director General at EXPOCENTRE AO

Prodexpo is one of the ten largest food shows in Russia and Eastern Europe. It plays a strategic role in shaping and developing the Russian food market. This year, companies from 35 countries, including Europe, are taking part in the show despite the sanctions pressure. Turkiye, China, Armenia, Serbia, Iran and Brazil have strengthened their presence.

During the show, food and drink producers and suppliers met with buyers from federal and regional retail chains, as well as representatives of the restaurant business and corporate buyers. 

Dates: 610 February 2023

Venue: EXPOCENTRE Fairgrounds, Moscow, Russia

Organised by EXPOCENTRE AO

Supported by the Russian Ministry of Agriculture

Under auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Total exhibition area: 98,342 sq m

Product sectors: 30

Attendance: 67,753 unique visitors from 106 countries, including 62,347 professional visitors from 89 Russian regions

Total number of exhibitors: 2,032 companies

Countries: 35 (Abkhazia, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, France, Georgia, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Nepal, Peru, Portugal, Russia, South Korea, Serbia, South Ossetia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkiye, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam)   

Foreign national pavilions: 12 (Armenia, Belarus, Brazil, China, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Peru, Portugal, Serbia, South Ossetia, Sri Lanka, Turkiye)

Foreign exhibitors: 467 companies

Russian exhibitors: 1,565 companies

Russian regional pavilions and group stands: 347 companies from 48 regions (the Republics of Adygea, Buryatia, Crimea, Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Kalmykia, Karelia, Khakassia, Mordovia, North OssetiaAlania, Sakha (Yakutia) and Udmurtia; Altai, Krasnodar, Perm, Primorsky and Stavropol Krais; Sebastopol; Arkhangelsk, Astrakhan, Belgorod, Chelyabinsk, Irkutsk, Kaliningrad, Kirov, Kostroma, Kurgan, Kursk, Leningrad, Moscow, Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Orenburg, Orel, Penza, Samara, Saratov, Smolensk, Tula, Tver, Ulyanovsk, Vladimir, Volgograd, Vologda, Voronezh, and Yaroslavl Oblasts; Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug Ugra 

Show highlights

Prodexpo 2023 welcomed 467 foreign exhibitors. Twelve countries had national pavilions. Distributors and foreign food and beverage producers presented new products from the five continents.

Sergey Katyrin, President at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Despite the sanctions, Prodexpo is a resounding success, with foreign exhibitors coming every year. A third of them come from sanctioning, business is more important to them than politics.

The main trend of this year's exhibition was the growth in Russian participation. At Prodexpo 2023, Russia was represented by 1,565 companies, which demonstrated what they can produce and what success they have achieved under sanctions. Russian exhibitors showed meat, fish and dairy products, cheeses, groceries, tea, coffee, ice cream, products for healthy lifestyle, functional foods and biotechnology, as well as equipment and services. 

Sergey Katyrin, President at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Not only the regular exhibitors are present at this years show, but also new brands, those who have come to replace companies that have left. They are those who have made their own business in the food market in recent years. Today we can say with confidence that the Russian food market meets international standards, and nothing has changed for the worse. Prodexpo is constantly evolving and developing. 

A strong potential of Russian regions was presented by regional group stands and pavilions bringing together 347 companies

The largest ones were pavilions of Stavropol Krai, Leningrad Oblast, Altai Krai, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug Ugra, Irkutsk, Moscow, Vologda, Volgograd Oblasts the Republic of Mordovia, and Belgorod, Kirov and Vladimir Oblasts. The chambers of commerce and industry of Kostroma, Kurgan and Yaroslavl Oblasts arranged group stands of their regions.

Mikhail Glazkov, Governor of Vologda Oblast

Russia's largest international show, Prodexpo, has been determining the development trends of the domestic food industry for more than 30 years. Participation in exhibitions of this level is extremely important for Vologda manufacturers. Such events bring together representatives of wholesale and retail chains in Russia, and our enterprises have additional opportunities to conclude mutually beneficial contracts for the supply of products. Participation in this show will once again make it possible to demonstrate the region's achievements and food potential, and to find new markets and business partners. 

Other regions that had good showcases of their products were the Republics of Adygea, Buryatia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Ingushetia, Kalmykia, Crimea, Karelia, Sakha (Yakutia), North OssetiaAlania, Khakassia and Udmurtia, Krasnodar, Perm and Primorsky Krais, Sevastopol, Arkhangelsk, Astrakhan, Voronezh, Kaliningrad, Kursk, Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Orenburg, Orel, Penza, Samara, Saratov, Smolensk, Tula, Tver and Ulyanovsk Oblasts.

Companies from the Russian regions presented their best products and had every opportunity to expand their base of potential customers, and to hold negotiations with wholesale buyers and representatives of federal and regional retail chains. Participation in the exhibition enabled them to generate contacts with new suppliers, establish optimal logistics chains for new sales channels, and find relevant offers and opportunities to develop their business effectively. 

Sergey Artamonov, Minister of Agriculture of the Chuvash Republic

Trade shows of this format enable our manufacturers to enter new markets, including presenting their products in Russian regions and abroad. With increased supplies, the production capacity of enterprises grows, which in turn has a positive effect on the growth of the region's economy. 

The official opening ceremony was attended by President at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sergey Katyrin, Chair at the Russian State Duma Committee on Agriculture Vladimir Kashin, Governor of the Vladimir Oblast Alexander Avdeev, First Deputy Chair at the Russian Federation Council Committee on Agrarian and Food Policy and Environmental Management Sergey Mitin, Deputy Chair at the Russian State Duma Committee on Economic Policy Artyom Kiryanov, First Deputy Chair at the State Duma Committee on Far East and Arctic Development Sergey Karginov, Director at the Food and Processing Industry Department of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture Vladimir Skvortsov, Head at the Russian Quality System Maxim Protasov, and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Brazil Rodrigo Baena Soares.   

Guests of honour at the opening ceremony included the ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Serbia.

The speakers noted that the show has more than quadrupled in 30 years and has become a Russian platform to address production, technical and legislative issues in the development of this very important area of activity. Tremendous progress has been made not only in the number of exhibitors and the representation of Russian and foreign companies, but also in the quality of the exhibited products. 

Maxim Protasov, Head at the Russian Quality System

The 30th edition of Prodexpo is a shining example of a success story. Its mission is to build trust between foreign and Russian companies, suppliers, producers, processors of agricultural products, logistics specialists, and retail chains. 

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This show is a perfect place to find business partners. This year, one of the important events was the signing of a quadripartite cooperation agreement between the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, EXPOCENTRE AO, the Government of the Vladimir Oblast and the Union of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Vladimir Oblast.

The agreement aims to strengthen cooperation in promoting goods and services of enterprises, entrepreneurs and manufacturers of the Vladimir Oblast to new markets through participation in major international trade shows organised by EXPOCENTRE.

The document was signed by President at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sergey Katyrin, Director General at EXPOCENTRE AO, Alexey Vyalkin, Governor of the Vladimir Oblast Alexander Avdeev, and President of the Vladimir Chamber of Commerce and Industry Ivan Aksenov

Alexander Avdeev, Governor of the Vladimir Oblast

Currently, new niches are opening up for producers, relevant investment projects are being implemented, production is expanding, and new jobs are being created. This means that Russia's food security is strengthening. We can safely look to the future, plan the development of the industry, and work out the most effective measures to support our entrepreneurs.

One of the important events was the signing of a letter of intent to supply products between Tatspirtprom AO and Corporacion Kajatt Vaccari (Lima, Peru). The document was signed in the presence of Peruvian officials: Director of the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism Jaime Cardenas, and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Peru to the Russian Federation Juan Del Campo Rodriguez.

Prodexpo 2023 showcased every sector of the food market and demonstrated a lot of new products. 

The Meat and Meat Products. Cooked Meats. Poultry, Eggs sector offered a variety of chilled, frozen and ready-to-cook products from Russia, Belarus, Brazil, China, India and Serbia. The sector showed a wide range of traditional pork, beef, lamb, rabbit and exotic venison products, meat delicacies, poultry products, including turkey and duck.

The Dairy Products. Cheese sector showcased products for HoReCa, baby food, hard, soft, and farmhouse cheeses, butter and spreads, milk powder, yoghurt, tan and koumiss, and chilled dairy snacks.

The Groceries and Canned Food. Sauces. Ketchups sectors presented ethnic products (noodles, sauces, spices, condiments), as well as products for restaurants and retailers. The Groceries also offered cereals, flour, pasta, seasonings, spices, instant breakfasts and freeze-dried fruit, vegetables and berries, broths and convenience foods. The sector of Canned Food. Sauces. Ketchups also showed canned meat, dairy products, vegetable and fruit. There were more companies from Turkiye, including first-time exhibitors producing canned vegetables and fruits, as well as frozen foods and ingredients.

The sector of Fish and Seafood offered chilled, frozen, canned, dried fish, snacks, caviar, mussels, crabs and other seafood to retail chains and HoReCa buyers.

The exhibitors of the Frozen Food sector semi-prepared foods, dumplings, pelmeni, vereniki, dough, vegetables, fruit, and fruit juice from Russia, Armenia, Belarus, China, India, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkiye.

Superfood lovers undoubtedly found the Prodexpo Organic salon very interesting. It will present quinoa seeds from Peru and Bolivia, as well as a variety of meat and dairy products, groceries, confectionery, spices, drinks, vegetables and fruit, and organic wines with the appropriate certificates. As for oils, the salon presented both the organic olive oil produced in Spain, which many are familiar with, and the increasingly popular coconut oil from Sri Lanka and Thailand, as well as the more exotic black caraway oil. Frozen fruit and vegetables, spices and supplements from India were demonstrated for the first time. 

The sector of Products for Healthy Lifestyle was no less popular. The salon offered protein bars and drinks, functional foods, gluten-free products and products for people with diabetes.

The Juices, Water. Soft Drinks sector showcased products from Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Serbia, South Korea, Turkiye, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. 

The sector of Tea. Coffee was very diverse. The teas included flowering, pressed, gift, herbal, berry, fruit, loose-leaf tea, black, green, white, oolong, pu-erh, and tea blends inspired by healthy eating and living trends. Sri Lanka had a national pavilion to present its products. There were new coffee products both for the HoReCa and retail segments. The coffee part of the sector presented coffee for coffee pots and coffee machines, extra fine grinding, for French press and mocha, with varying degrees of roast and ground as well as chicory, coffee drinks, cocoa and hot chocolate. 

One of the largest sectors of Confectionery. Bakery. Snacks. Nuts. Dried Fruit presented a wide range of products for every taste, gift wrapping, including New Year 2024 gifts with the symbol of the Eastern calendar the Dragon, as well as popular cartoon characters.

The Prodexpo Wine salon presented a wide range of wines and spirits from more than 50 countries with traditional regions of alcoholic drinks production. There were a national pavilion of Armenia and two national pavilions of South Ossetia. Russian producers and distributors formed the backbone of the showcase of alcoholic beverages. The Prodexpo Wine salon featured a now-traditional corner with a series of master classes entitled Wine from Russia. The Wine Culture Centre.

The Beer. Low Alcohol display was no less impressive. Its highlight will be the Craft Beer Corner, which brought together craft beer and mead breweries and cider houses that specialise in traditional cider production, and showcased current craft beers and ciders.

Prodexpos Employment Centre helped employers to find staff and jobseekers to find work. 

Conference programme 

The 2023 conference programme focused on quality and safety of food and beverages, organic products, sustainability and packaging. 

The Russian Quality System (Roskachestvo) and EXPOCENTRE AO organised several important events on the first day of the show. 

The programme was opened by the Panel Discussion on Developing the Sales and Distribution of Russian Organic Products: Domestic and Foreign Demand. 

The discussion participants included representative of the Federation Council of the Russian Federal Assembly, the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Agricultural Policy Department of the Eurasian Economic Commission, relevant government departments and retailers, the Federation of Restauranteurs and Hoteliers of Russia, the Russian Agricultural Bank, the Organic Fund, and organic producers.

According to the speakers, despite difficult economic conditions, the organic market is developing actively. They discussed a wide range of issues such as the image of an organic consumer, support measures for the development of the organic market, export of organic products, and others. 

Another important event was the Plenary Session on Key Changes in the Russian Domestic Market. Market Analysis, Development Trends, Support Measures for Russian Manufacturers. It was held with the support of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Russian Export Center, and key industry associations.

The session was moderated by Head at the Russian Quality System (Roskachestvo) Maxim Protasov, who pointed out several current challenges logistical problems, problems with the supply of agricultural equipment, packaging, raw materials and technology.

The participants discussed the increasing role of exports in the development of the economy under the new reality and other issues that are now the most relevant in the food industry.

Sergey Selivanov, First Deputy Director General at EXPOCENTRE AO, welcomed the attendees and thanked Roskachevo for organising the main events of the Prodexpo conference programme. Maksim Protasov and Sergey Selivanov presented representatives of a number of food industry enterprises with the Russian Quality Mark, awarded to the best Russian products.

The Session on the Efficient Production in Crisis was held with the support of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian Quality System (Roskachestvo) and the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The speakers discussed effective management tools used to maintain the consistent operation of Russian food producers in times of crisis as well as improving their performance by applying the Russian Government's quality award competition model. The experts shared their best practices and achievements in business excellence.

There were two more important events dedicated to organic products. The Conference on Organic in Russia: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, organised by Tatiana Lebedeva and LookBio Media, was devoted to the history of the organic movement in Russia, the problem of public control over organic certification and ways to solve it, recent amendments to the organic law, and other topics.

The Panel on Promoting Organic Ideas in Society: What Works and What Doesn't was organised by Tatiana Lebedeva and the Organic Fund. The experts presented the results of the Fund's educational project in schools, spoke about the tools to promote organic products at annual trade shows, social advertising, as well as communication practices. Nutritionists illustrated the possibility of spreading organic ideas through health professionals. 

The Panel on How Not to Get Lost on the Shelf. Packaging Design in Today's Environment was devoted to the useful features of packaging and its visual component design. The event was organised by the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Federation and EXPOCENTRE AO.

Ilya Zubkov, Director of the Regional Development Department at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, drew attention to the need for competent promotion of local brands. One of the topics of the discussion was the selling power of SRP (Shelf Ready Packaging), which performs the transport function and the function of shelf display. During the discussion, Maria Rogozhina, Project Manager of the Licence Market Bulletin, explained what psychological mechanisms are used to attract customer's attention and help a brand stand out on the shelf. The topic of brand rentals aroused lively interest in the audience. The event was attended by representatives of over 70 food and beverage companies. held the Special Session on Bringing Goods to the Shelf. How to Simplify the Way to Retail Outlets in 2023?. The event looked at current tools for TMs (brands) in the current realities and presented the best ideas for manufacturers.

The 18th Russian Conference on the Alcoholic Beverages Market AlcoCongress 2023 was devoted to the alcohol market. The event was organised by the Alcoexpert Analytical Group and EXPOCENTRE AO.

The main topic of its discussion was imports and import substitution with Russian-made products. According to the conference moderator, Head at the AlcoCongress Organising Committee Yuri Yudich, imports of alcoholic beverages have not dropped much over the past year. There has been a parallel import of alcoholic beverages. At the same time, we should think about import substitution.

Ilya Smirnov, Head of Customer Service at Nielsen Russia, a marketing company that measures the market in the FMCG industry, gave an overview of the industry market.

The participants in the AlcoCongress sessions discussed a wide range of topics from the development of Russian premium vodkas to the main aspects of import substitution in the brewing industry and the creation of organoleptic profiles for Russian analogues of global alcoholic beverages. 

AlcoCongress 2023 concluded with the award ceremony of the Prodexpo International Wine Competition & Guide.

EXPOCENTRE in partnership with the Food Ingredients Producers Union and ROSTEST AO organised the Specialised Practicum on Food Products: Mandatory Requirements, Introduction and Promotion Tools for the Food Market. Turning Barriers into Opportunities with the participation of producers and importers of food products, food raw materials and ingredients, tobacco and nicotine-containing products, pet food, packaging, and representatives of catering companies and retailers. 

The event was moderated by Tatiana Savenkova, President at the Food Ingredients Producers Union and Director at the Research Institute for Quality, Safety and Technology of Specialised Food Products at Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, and Nina Moschenskaya, Director General at ROSTEST AO and Deputy Chair at the Standing Committee on the Activities of Certification Bodies under the Public Council of the Federal Accreditation Service. 

The experts talked about proper declarations and labelling, modern tools for promoting products on the food market, cost-effective production control, ensuring high quality and affordable products, and other important issues. 

The International Center for Standardization and Certification "Halal" under the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of the Russian Federation organised the annual 13th Halal International Congress. This years main topic was 'Halal the way to growth!. Russian and foreign speakers discussed halal exports, the aims and objectives of the National Halal Union, and the development of the Halal industry in the North Caucasus, Uzbekistan and Mongolia.

The Congress concluded with the award ceremony for the speakers of the 13th Halal International Congress, winners of the Halal Best Product competition, and participants in the Halal Eurasia at Prodexpo group stand.

Key issues of the dairy industry were discussed at the 21st Russian Congress of Milk Producers and Processors and the annual meeting of the members of RDU the Russian Union of Dairy Enterprises. 

It was about the massive challenges that have to be overcome today. The Russian Union of Dairy Enterprises went into special mode, promptly restructuring its work to support the dairy sector as effectively as possible. 

The speakers at the plenary meeting were Chair at the Russian Federation Council Committee on Agrarian and Food Policy and Environmental Management Alexander Dvoynykh, Chair at the State Duma Committee on Agrarian Issues Vladimir Kashin, Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Ekaterina Priezzheva, First Deputy Chair at the Russian Federation Council Committee on Agrarian and Food Policy and Environmental Management Sergey Mitin, Head at the Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) Sergey Dankvert, Member of the Russian State Duma Committee on Agrarian Issues and Chair at the Subcommittee for Scientific and Technical Policy, Digitalisation, Epidemiological Wellbeing, Organic and Ecological Agriculture Sergey Lisovsky, and other industry experts.

According to Alexander Dvoynykh, in recent years our country has faced a number of challenges that have become a serious threat to people's security and an unprecedented test for the national economy. The dairy industry makes a significant contribution to the development of the country's agriculture, food and processing industries, and to ensuring import substitution and food security.

The annual general meeting included a presentation by Lyudmila Manitskaya, Chair at the RSPMO Council, on the results of the Dairy Union's work in 2022. Its key topics included general results and indicators for the dairy industry in 2022, support for the dairy industry under sanctions, the market situation in the dairy industry, legislative innovations and initiatives, international cooperation, export and import of dairy products, digital labelling of dairy products, and other issues.

EXPOCENTRE AO and the Imperia Forum organised key food market events in Russia for food suppliers and retailers. Its participants included buyers from federal, regional and local retail chains, and manufacturers and suppliers of food and packaging. 

The PRODFORUM Russian Conference for Suppliers for Retail Chains: CatMan at Prodexpo 2023 was dedicated to current technologies, tools and practices of category management. The forum opened with speeches by Ivan Fedyakov, Head at the INFOLine information and analytical agency, and Anastasia Sidorina, Director of Customer Relations at Romir Holding. The keynote of the analytical session was the state of the consumer market at the turn of the century.

The participants of the PRODFORUM Russian Conference for Suppliers for Retail Chains managed to establish a business dialogue with retailers and receive answers to the questions what development scenarios exist for the Russian food market in the next 35 years, how to manage the processes of procurement, introduction of new goods and assortment rotation in retail chains and marketplaces today effectively, and how to reach agreements with so called friendly countries and expand sales territory.

Procurement managers from such leading retailers as Magnit, VkusVill, Lenta, Auchan, OZON, X5 Retail Group and others gave answers to the most pressing questions about supplies. Leading experts and analysts, directors of major companies told what challenges manufacturers and retailers will face in 2023-2024, gave strategic information on discounter development and specifics of working with suppliers.

At the export session, buyers of networks from Kazakhstan, Belarus, Mongolia and China gave a step-by-step plan for entering the markets of so called friendly countries, and talked about the requirements for Russian suppliers.         

The expert speakers were Ilya Akhmedzhanov (the Siberian district of Magnit retail chain), Marina Yakusheva (Auchan), Andrey Teterin (Nakhodka), Olesya Zhukova (VkusVill), Dmitry Pachin (Lenta), Igor Vittel (RBC), and other food market experts and analysts. 

The Purchasing Centre for Retail Chains hosted direct supply talks between food and beverage suppliers and department heads and commercial directors of more than 120 federal, regional and local retail chains. 

The Centre of Retail Chains hosted training workshops. 

The hybrid Panel Session on Sustainable Development and Ecology: a Trends and Driver of Projects in the Field of Wild Harvesting, Production of Organic Products, Agritourism and Gastronomic Tourism. Corporations, Retail Chains and Small Businesses: How to Achieve Symbiosis and Mutually Beneficial Cooperation to the Delight of Consumers was a success.

The participants discussed the development and principles of ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance), environmental and social issues, as well as the collection and processing of wild fruits, organic products, agritourism, what is the Sustainable Development Concept and ESG principles, how these principles can be applied in small businesses, how to attract green finance, what are the prospects and mechanisms of interaction with large companies and the state in this field.

The prestigious professional competitions attracted a large number of participants. The best food and packaging manufacturers were recognised with awards.

The 18th International Competition for the Best Packaging and Label for Foodstuffs, Perfumes, Cosmetics and Beverages ProdExtraPack 2023. Organised by the National Confederation of Packers, the Tara i Upakovka (Packaging) Magazine

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The Prodexpo Wine Competition & Guide. Organised by the Alcoexpert Analytical Group

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The 25th International Tasting Competition. Organised by Stolichny Stil OOO

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The Best Product 2023 International Competition. Organised by the Competition Tasting Committee, Agroexposervis

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The 17th International Competition for the Best Consumer Properties. Organised by Souzexpertiza ANO of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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The portal, as the official media partner of Prodexpo 2023, provided comprehensive coverage of the event and talked about its participants. In the studio, exhibitors and visitors were able to record video interviews and talk about their company, product or project. All filmed video interviews were promptly published on YouTubeVKontakteYandex.ZenRuTube and on the website in the Video section.

Prodexpo 2023 was an important event for industry professionals. They learned about new trends in the food industry and found the right solutions for adapting their businesses to modern realities. 

You can find the exhibitors and visitor feedback in the Prodexpo video diary and its website

We are looking forward to seeing you at Prodexpo 2024 at EXPOCENTRE Fairgrounds, Moscow, on 59 February 2024! 

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