Nordic Organic Food Fair Opens Visitor Registration For 2014



Visitor registration for Nordic Organic Food Fair is now officially open for 2014.  Returning to Malmö, Sweden, on 26-27 October, today’s announcement kicks off the countdown to what is fast becoming established as the premier international event for the Nordic region’s natural and organic food sector.

Fantastic, inspiring, busy, and vibrant – these are just some of the words to feature in last year’s post show feedback, which also revealed that nearly three quarters of visitors were planning to return to Malmö in October.  Those that do, will discover a host of new exhibiting companies to welcome them.

Recent new additions to the show’s exhibitor line-up include Scandinavian brands Menigo, Scandinavian Organics, and Mannavita Norway.  Whilst BioZentrale, Intra Europa, Barnhouse Natureprodukte GmbH, LifeFood, Noble House, Rumveld, Machu Picchu Foods, Silver Leaf, Coco Zumi, Kush Shellfish, and BioLab are just a few of the first time international exhibitors which will be benefitting from the show’s significant 120% increase in exhibition space.

Strong exhibitor uptake, particularly from outside Scandinavia, has prompted the show’s expansion for 2014; reflecting the importance this region plays in many international company’s expansion strategies.  LOOV – Power of Nature (Estonia), DO-IT Dutch Organic International Trade and BioBandits (The Netherlands), Bohlsner Muhle and Topas Klaus Gaiser (Germany), AT&B and Con Marche Bio (Italy), and Clearspring (UK), are just a few returning exhibitors hoping for a repeat of last year’s packed aisles.  They join leading Scandinavian suppliers Biova Sweden, A la eco, HGM Drykservice AB, V-Sell Ekologiska Produkter, and Biogan A/S.

Several new pavilions will also be making their debut.  BiolItalia and Extenda – Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia are both busy preparing to showcase their country’s latest organic delicacies and speciality ingredients.  They join pavilions from KRAV Sweden, the UK’s Soil Association, Agrarmarketing Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, and Demeter Biodynamic.

Attracting 3,158 attendees from 67 different countries to its launch event, including thousands of visiting retailers and foodservice professionals, has already won Nordic Organic Food Fair widespread support from across Scandinavia and beyond.  It’s also helped to secure the show another industry award nomination.

Just months after being named a finalist in the Best International Launch category at the UK’s Exhibition News Awards in April 2014, Nordic Organic Food Fair, alongside its sister event Natural Products Scandinavia, has been shortlisted for ‘Best Tradeshow Exhibition (UK & International) under 2,000sq.m’ by the Association of Event Organisers’ in their annual Excellence Awards.

With the AEO Awards ceremony in London just a few weeks away, the events’ legion of supporters (and their organiser Diversified Communications UK) don’t have too long a wait.

Nordic Organic Food Fair and Natural Products Scandinavia will return to Malmö, Sweden, on 26-27 October 2014.  For more information, and to register for a free trade ticket, please visit www.nordicorganicexpo.com and quote priority code NOFUK102 (direct link:http://www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/Nordic.aspx?AffiliateCode=NOFUK102).


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