FOTEG ISTANBUL is a meeting point for food processing equipment suppliers, food production companies’ representatives and senior managers. With all the exhibitors and visitors from all around the world, the fair provides many opportunities to understand the latest trends in a big market.
As the Turkish economy grows, Turkey has become an important market for European and North American food additive manufacturers and suppliers. Due to increasing demand for quality food additives and different flavor substances, FOTEG ISTANBUL has become an ideal presentation point for those who wish to enter this profitable market. Producers who want to learn more about quality additives/ingredients that form the foundation of food production will meet at FOTEG ISTANBUL where they also have the opportunity to increase their business network and market share.
Packaging is of vital importance for the food sector as an advanced packaging system is crucial for the preservation of products and maintaining their quality. As food producers and suppliers have been looking to find ways to prolong product durability, demand for packaging products grew rapidly. The import of food packaging machinery has been growing at a rate of 12% in recent years in Turkey. FOTEG ISTANBUL is the first specialized fair in Turkey about food packaging and provides a powerful business platform for packaging, transportation, storage and distribution by gathering sector professionals from all around the world.
FOTEG ISTANBUL is a platform where members of the bakery production sector are presented with the newest products and services while being given the opportunity to make business contacts at an international level. FOTEG ISTANBUL helps enhance the sector and hosts many professionals from all around the world, especially from neighboring countries.
As we are all aware, a good health comes on top of everyone’s list of priorities. One of the most important influences on our health is the safety and hygiene of our food products. More than ever, the food industry is being made aware of their responsibility to the consumer by using safer and more hygienic production methods and by making sure the product remains so, right through the distribution chain, all the way to the end-user. Furthermore, there are legal obligations for the producer, both at national level and at EU integration legislation, to document the ingredients, the product and production procedures. This is particularly true for exporters as they are obliged to maintain food safety and hygiene levels at EU and international standards. In order to meet these standards and legislation procedures the industry has to invest in R&D facilities and product control labs with the appropriate technology and techniques, instruments and equipment to enable them to produce the required documentation necessary for EU compliance.
Meet Lyras in hall 4, stand A02.