|By Marketwired .||
|January 27, 2014 04:12 AM EST||
NUREMBERG, GERMANY and MOSCOW, RUSSIA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/27/14 --
- 20 years of Modern Bakery Moscow: Anniversary trade fair 2014
- 23 - 26 April 2014, Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow
- New topics, new trends: the baking business of the 21st century
- Wide network of supporting organisations and associations continues to grow
From now on, Modern Bakery Moscow 2014 is collaborating with a further important trade association in Russia. The Russian Coffee Association is providing support to the leading trade fair for the bakery and confectionery market in Russia, taking place from 23 - 26 April 2014. Specialist presentations forming part of the supporting programme elaborate upon and discuss the growing significance and profitable use of coffee in the Russian market. In 2014, Modern Bakery Moscow celebrates 20 years since its launch.
Modern Bakery Moscow can base its operations upon a broad-based range of supporting organisations. For instance, this includes the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, the Russian Bakeries' Association, the Russian Ice Cream Association, the Russian Cereals and Mills Union, the Association of Candy Producers, the Union of Ingredient Producers, the International Industry Academy of Moscow, the Russian Academy for Agriculture and Confectionery, and the Moscow State University of Technology and Management; to this group is now added the Russian Coffee Association.
Coffee as a topic at the Modern Bakery Moscow 2014
Coffee is very much an up-and-coming product in Russia. Today there are already more than 600 coffee houses in Moscow alone -- with the trend pointing to more growth. Over the last year, consumption also increased by 5 %, to one kilogram per head -- with this trend likewise continuing to point upward. "More and more, coffee is becoming an in-vogue topic in Russia. The figures speak for themselves. We as the organisers of Modern Bakery Moscow have recognised this development and are covering the topic of coffee from the exhibitors' standpoint and through the supporting programme," explains Bernd D. Fichtner, Chief Executive of the organisers of the Modern Bakery Moscow 2014 trade fair.
Modern Bakery Moscow 2014
From 23 - 26 April 2014 in the Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow, the 20th Modern Bakery Moscow trade fair is taking place. Modern Bakery Moscow is celebrating its anniversary and is the leading trade fair for confectionery and bakery in Russia and the CIS. For more information go to http://www.modernbakery-moscow.com
ABOUT MODERN BAKERY MOSCOW
With 243 exhibitors and 15,000 trade visitors, Modern Bakery Moscow is the most important information and contact platform for the Russian bakery and confectionery industry. The fair covers the entire spectrum of the sector: from systems and machines, laboratory and measurement devices, refrigeration technology and air-conditioning, packaging technology and machines through baking ingredients, ready-made products, fast foods, ice-cream, pasta and pizza, right up to coffee shop design and shopfitting, distribution and sales as well as process optimisation. Every year, there is also a comprehensive and informative supporting programme that addresses current developments in the international and Russian market.
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