A unique international gastronomic festival called World Cuisines will take place next weekend, March 9 and 10, at Kombank Dvorana in Belgrade.
The festival will bring together 50 individual exhibitors from all over the world, including Sweden, Austria, Palestine, Iran, Morocco and many others. Exhibitors encompass cities, associations, small and large producers of food and beverages, manufacturers of food equipment and the like.
Serbia’s representatives, the Vojvodinian Chamber of Commerce (VCC) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (CCIS), will give a presentation on the export of wine and European Union funds on the first festival day.
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The presentation called “Trends in Wine Production – How to Access Today’s Market?” will be held by the secretary of the Agricultural Association of the VCC, Jelena Drobnjak and Professor Branislav Vlahovic, PhD, from the Department of Economics of Agriculture and Sociology of the Village at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad. On the same day, another presentation will be held with the support of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia and the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN). The head of EU Integration Centre, Marko Kovacevic will talk about how businesses can compete for European support funds and connect with foreign partners.
Many workshops and presentations will take place at the Festival including: “The most common misconceptions about sugar in the diet,” “How to save famous Turkish sweets?”, “Keto nutrition-basic concept”, etc.
The festival visitors will also be able to buy cooking oils, spices, wines, brandy, olives, juices, honey and many other products that exhibitors will offer.
The Festival will be open from 11 am to 7 pm on both days, and in cooperation with the Kombank Hall, there will be also screenings of four foreign films. Admission to the festival is free and the ticket price for movie screenings will be reduced to 300 dinars.
The festival is supported by more than 30 media companies from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia, Croatia and Italy.
(Energetski portal, 02.03.2019)
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