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Russia to showcase digital art and latest food technology at Gulfood

The Made in Russia booth will be on display at Gulfood from 20-24 February, where more than 70 Russian companies will showcase digital art, cereal, butter and halal products, as well as the latest innovations in food technology.

According to a press release, this will be the sixth time that a Russian delegation will participate in Gulfood with representatives from the food and beverage industry under the “Made in Russia” brand group of companies.

The Made in Russia stand will feature leading producers of cereals, butter and halal products, including meat, caviar, milk and beverages, as well as small and young producers of plant-based meat and fish, medical and diet food Food tech company, premium chocolate using bean-to-bar technology, healthy desserts without flour and sugar, and more. The booth will offer tastings throughout the five days of the expo. Russia is well known for its confectionary products and the expo will have a dedicated confectionery section with 28 companies exhibiting.

export driver

The Middle East is one of the most important export drivers for Russian agricultural products. Russian producers delivered $838 million worth of barley, wheat, sunflower oil, poultry and chocolate to the Gulf state last year.

Russian curators highly appreciate the practical benefits of participating in Gulfood for the development of Russian business and 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, environmentally friendly and competitive. During the exhibition, Russian entrepreneurs will be able to effectively present their brands at the international level, increase visibility, find investors and expand business contacts.

For presentations, Made in Russia is considering aesthetics and will implement the latest technological innovations to enhance its presentation to audiences and potential customers. The impressive display will feature a variety of 3D displays, interactive touchscreens and LED screens that will project creative content designed by Russian digital artists, where guests can create their unique portrait postcards using artwork from Russian museums . The stand will also have a reception area, with space allocated for meetings, presentations and other events. — trade arab news agency

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