March 23, 2023

Russian pavilion at Gulfood Dubai 2023 to feature digital art, fresh produce & latest in foodtech

 The Made in Russia stand will be presented at the 28th International Exhibition of Gulfood Dubai from 20 to 24th of February 2023 at the Dubai World Trade Center.

The Made in Russia stand will be presented at the 28th
International Exhibition of Gulfood Dubai from the 20 – the 24th of February at the Dubai
World Trade Center. Gulfood has maintained a global reputation for being one of the
world’s leading and largest exhibitions of F&B sourcing, uniting various industry
communities from around the world under one roof. With over 125 countries and
thousands of companies, the event is also attended by some of the world’s biggest chefs
and industry leaders.
For this year’s edition, The Made in Russia stand has curated a selection of 70+ Russian
companies to participate, to scope out a preliminary assessment of demand for said
products, in addition, to explore potential foreign markets for product placements, as well
as assess demand and experience in export activities. This would mark the 6th occasion
for the Russian delegation to participate at Gulfood with representatives from the food and
beverage sector that fall under the ‘Made in Russia’ brand group of companies.
The collaborative Made in Russia booth will feature major producers of grain, butter, and
halal products, including meat, caviar, milk, and beverages, as well as small and young
FoodTech companies that produce plant-based meat and fish, medical and dietary food,
premium chocolate using bean-to-bar technology, healthy desserts without flour and
sugar, and much more. The booth will offer tastings over the five days of the expo. Russia
is famous for its confectionery products, and the expo will have a special place for sweets,
which 28 companies will present.
The Middle East is one of the most crucial export drivers for Russian agricultural products.
Last year Russian producers delivered barley, wheat, sunflower oil, poultry meat, and
chocolate worth USD 838 million to the Persian Gulf countries. Russian curators highly
appreciate the practical benefits of participation at the Gulfood, both for Russian business
and the development of international cooperation. Russia has a good understanding of the
UAE market and produces several halal-certified meat products that have proven to be
high-quality, eco-friendly, and competitive. During the exhibition, Russian entrepreneurs
will be able to effectively present their brands, increase awareness, find investors, and
expand business contacts at the international level.
For the display The Made in Russia is considering aesthetics and will implement the latest
tech innovations to enhance its display for spectators and potential customers. The
impressive presentation will be equipped with various 3D displays, interactive touch
panels, and LED screens that will project creative content designed by Russian digital
artists where guests can create their unique portrait postcards with works of art from the

Russian Museum. The stand will also have a reception area and allocated spaces for
meetings, presentations, and other events.

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