Fruit Attraction is launching the Tapas Verdes (#TapasVerdesFA) competition via its social media. The competition is aimed at the general public (not professionals), who will have the opportunity to demonstrate their culinary skills by creating a tapa made with fruit and vegetables.
Fruit Attraction 2018 announces the ACCELERA Awards for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which have become a key event in support of the sector's commitmentto entrepreneurship. As part of Fruit Attraction's CSR dimension, the awards will go to the exhibiting companies that present the best product or service project for the fruit and vegetable industry based on criteria relating to innovation, sustainability, applied technology and knowledge.
The tenth edition of FRUIT ATTRACTION, taking place from Tuesday 23 to Thursday 25 October, will include a new exhibition area for the professional live flower and plant sector called Flower&Garden Attraction. This new initiative is designed to stimulate the sector and to increase the participating companies' ability to be an international sales platform focusing on diversity, innovation and trends.
The tenth edition of Fruit Attraction, which will be held from Tuesday 23 to Thursday 25 October in Madrid, will host the Walnut Attraction event organised by the Spanish Walnut Producers Association , the Association of Fruit and Vegetable Producers and Exporters of Andalusia, Asociafruit, FEPEX and IFEMA, which will analyse the reality of the walnut sector in Spain and in Europe.
Fruit Attraction 2018, organised by FEPEX and IFEMA, will celebrate its 10th Anniversary from 23 to 25 October. The organisers are now accepting applications to take part in the Smart Agro area of the exhibition, an initiative to drive technologies, knowledge and innovation applied to the fruit and vegetable industry.
Asia's premier continental trade show for fresh fruit and vegetable marketing returns to AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong on 5-7 September, and it is on course for significant growth. Bookings for stand space are up by more than 30 per cent on this stage last year. That brings them close to the total exhibition space booked for 2017, with more than five months to go before this year's edition opens its doors.
From Tuesday to Thursday, more than 1,600 direct exhibitors and 70,000 professionals from 120 countries will convert Madrid into the world capital of the fruit and vegetable industry. The first priority deadline for participation requests is 23 March.