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Cypriot products at "Regal Branchentreff 2023"

Cypriot products including halloumi, commandaria and zivania were showcased at the specialised exhibition "Regal Branchentreff 2023", which took place in Vienna recently.

The Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry said it participated in the exhibition with a stand, in cooperation with the Trade Centre of the Republic of Cyprus in Vienna.

Cypriot products such as halloumi, commandaria and zivania, as well as native varieties of Cypriot wines (Xynisteri and Maratheftiko) were displayed.

“A tasting of Cypriot products was held, with halloumi being the highlight, which was offered to the attendees in various ways of serving in fresh form and in combination with dry and fresh fruits and vegetables (such as grapes, figs, watermelon, cherry tomatoes etc.),” the ministry said.

Cyprus' participation in the exhibition "Regal Branchentreff 2023" has been a success, it added, given the large number of visitors to the Cypriot stand, but also the general interest that was shown in Cypriot products.

Furthermore, it concluded, "With the aim of promoting the export of Cypriot products, the companies participating in the stand had the opportunity to make contacts with foreign traders.”

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