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International Green Week Berlin
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Delicacies From Poland: Green Week Berlin 2012
December 21, 2011   
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The International Green Week Berlin (Grüne Woche) is among the oldest trade fairs in the city and one of the best known events in Germany. It can now look back on an eventful 86 years.

In 2012, the 77th Green Week fair will open its doors. No other international exhibition offering direct links every year to hundreds of thousands of consumers has taken place as many times as the Green Week. Originally, just a local product mart, it has now grown into the world’s largest consumer show for agriculture, food and horticulture. Since 1926, a total of 78,000 exhibitors from 124 countries have exhibited their wide range of products from all over the world to 30.5 million trade visitors and the general public.This year the International Green Week will take place Jan. 20-29. For the first time, visitors will be able to enjoy their experience with a tour of Germany’s federal states. A chain of seven display halls will be added to the hall, which up to now has featured Germany’s federal states and will present even more authentic displays of regional specialties from every corner of the country. Overall, 14 federal states will exhibit food and specialties from Germany’s local regions.

The partner country at the forthcoming event is Romania, which has been exhibiting at the world’s largest consumer show for agriculture, the food industry and horticulture since 1973, and in 2012 will be inviting visitors to “explore the Carpathian garden.”

Held under the motto “Food security through sustainable growth—farming with limited resources,” the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) 2012 Jan. 19-21 will explore the vital contribution of the farming sector to the population of the world. The high-profile events hosted by the Forum will include the 4th Berlin Summit of Agriculture Ministers, the International Conference of Agriculture Ministers, the International Business Panel, and numerous expert and regional panel discussions.

At the Green Week 2012 around 1,600 exhibitors from more than 50 countries will be showing their wares covering every area of agriculture, the food industry and horticulture.
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