- The Italian trade event saw over 82,000 visitors attend between 6th-9th May
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The seventh edition of TUTTOFOOD, an increasingly international hub and global player in the agri-food sector, came to a close last week. The show, which ran from 6th to 9th May, saw Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and the Minister of Agriculture, Food, Forestry and Tourism, Gian Marco Centinaio, in attendance.
TUTTOFOOD 2019 saw 82,551 visitors, a 3% increase from the previous show, 21% of whom were foreigners from 143 countries.
There was also 3,079 Italian and international brands from 43 countries.
There were also large numbers of visitors to the more than 250 side events of the exhibition, such as those dedicated to the blockchain, retail and food intelligence.
In the pavilions and in the stands, exhibitors displayed traditional products alongside new superfood products, with a strong return to the use and enhancement of valuable raw materials. This edition was based on quality food and product innovation, but also on health, proper nutrition and sustainability.
The 9th was also the last day for Milano Food City, the “fuorisalone” to which TUTTOFOOD has contributed with a rich schedule of events which proved successful.
The eighth edition of TUTTOFOOD will be at fieramilano from 17 to 20 May 2021.