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Cyprus participates in largest food and beverage exhibition in Austria

Cyprus showcased its traditional food and beverage products at the International Exhibition of Food, Beverages, Hotel Equipment, and Gastronomy, "Alles Für Den Gast", which took place on 11-15 November.

Eighteen Cypriot companies were present at the event, considered one of Europe's most significant food and beverage exhibitions.


The Cypriot pavilion hosted products including halloumi, organic products from carob and pomegranate, organic olive oil, olives, conventional and organic dried fruits, popcorn of various flavours, pasta, quail eggs, sea salt flakes, and wines.

At the exhibition, people got to taste Cypriot products and receive samples and info about the companies. This helped showcase Cypriot businesses for possible future partnerships. Some Cypriot companies from the event are already talking to foreign buyers, looking to sell their products abroad.

The "Alles Für Den Gast" exhibition, held annually since 1970, attracted 680 exhibitors from 42 countries this year, drawing 35,451 visitors to an area of 42,500 square meters. It is Austria's most significant exhibition for food, beverages, hotel equipment, and gastronomy, and it stands as the largest exhibition in the Alpine-Adriatic-Danube region, as well as one of the most important in Europe.

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