Expanded focus for Anuga Meat 2019

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Expanded focus for Anuga Meat 2019

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More than 1,000 meat industry exhibitors representing 50 countries will be present for Anuga 2019 in Cologne.

This year's meat exhibitors include Agrosuper, Bell, Beretta, BRF, Citterio, CPF, Danish Crown, Dawn Meat, ElPozo, Farmers Food, Gierlinger, Groupe Bigard, Heidemark, Inalca, JBS, Klümper, Kramer, LDC, MHP, NH Foods, Pini, Plukon, Rovagnati, Seara, Smithfiled, Sprehe, Tönnies, Tyson Foods, VanDrie, Vion, Westfleisch, Wiesenhof and Wiltmann.

European nations participating include Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain will also be taking part. South America will be represented by Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.

Alternative focus

The organisers have decided that in order to accommodate the demands of the consumers for a healthier diet, sustainability and improved animal welfare, this year's Anuga will also be focusing on vegan and vegetarian meat alternatives as well as vegetable-based substitute products containing proteins.

The exhibitors represent the entire spectrum of meat production in their various processing stages: from unprocessed meat products, to meat preparations and convenience products, through to fine sausage and ham products and regional specialities. Suppliers of in-vitro meat or clean meat like Moving Mountains will also be present at Anuga. The sub-segments of Anuga Meat are divided up across the halls as follows, in order to give the trade buyers a better orientation: Hall 5.2 sausage products, Hall 6 red meat, Hall 9 poultry and red meat.

Anuga takes place from Saturday 5 October to Wednesday 9 October, from 10:00am to 6:00pm.

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