The Summer Fancy Food Show features 22 Brazilian exhibitors

ApexBrasil, Brazil’s trade and investment promotion agency, along with Uvibra, BSCA and Abrafrutas, is sponsoring 22 Brazilian food and beverage companies to showcase their products and unique offerings at the Summer Fancy Food Show, taking place this week at the Javits Center in New York.

This year’s event is expected to attract more than 10,000 qualified buyers and industry professionals who will have the opportunity to connect in person with the exhibiting national and international brands and producers to discover the latest innovations in foods and specialty drinks, trends and ideas. of the whole world.

“Brazilian cuisine is unique in so many ways, and we’re thrilled to be back in New York to showcase the best of our country’s specialty food and beverage offerings,” said Liane Werneck, head of ApexBrasil office in Miami. “Some people still think of Brazil for its grilled meats, but the country has become a real culinary hub. The companies we are supporting this week at Summer Fancy Food are outstanding examples of the diversity of Brazilian flavors. From açaí , it can only be found in Brazil, from panettone cakes inspired by the traditional Italian delicacy, to regional chocolates and cheeses – and even collagen-infused tea – Brazil has a lot to offer the global healthcare industry. food and drink.”

“Our goal at Summer Fancy Food is to connect with the thousands of U.S. buyers and distributors in attendance, especially those seeking unparalleled products from a country endowed with exceptional natural resources and export capabilities. Our vision of the future is for Brazilian cuisine and beverages to a deserved and consolidated presence in the specialty food scene, globally.”

Brazil has become one of the largest agricultural producers and exporters in the world over the past two decades. In fact, Brazil has become the world’s second largest supplier of food and agricultural products, behind only the United States, and the country is projected and ready to contribute around 40% of global food production by 2050; this would position Brazil as the premier supplier to meet the growing global demand for food security.

In addition, currently, food and beverage exports represent 21.1% of Brazil’s total GDP – but with agricultural production expected to increase by 266% in 40 years through the use of emerging technologies and investments. in research and development, the Brazilian food and beverage sector is in full development. years to come to contribute exponentially to the country’s economic growth.

Brazilian companies exhibiting at the Summer Fancy Food Show, located in the Brazilian Pavilion in booths 1800-1830, will display food products and provide samples to attendees, increasing awareness of Brazilian food specialties to US and international audiences.

For more information:
Savanna Fuller
On behalf of ApexBrasil in the United States
Such. : +1-808-317-8758
[email protected]

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