Industry trade show Internorga is set to shine a spotlight on key trends such as sustainability, digitisation and vegan and plant-based cuisine when it opens its doors in March, organisers have revealed.
Operators and caterers from all over Europe will be travelling to Hamburg for the four-day event on 13-17 March.
Claudia Johannsen, division manager at Hamburg Messe und Congress, which runs the show, said: “Catering has been in a state of upheaval for several years. Its market significance has increased in that time, but the current challenges are enormous. That is why it is more important than ever for operators of catering facilities to learn about the latest innovations and trends in the sector.
“Internorga provides a unique networking platform in that regard, offering, with its exhibitors and accompanying congresses, a complete market overview of all current topics and products that caterers require for long-term success.”
Vegan and plant-based cuisine will be a major focus at this year’s show. Visitors to the show will be able to gain comprehensive advice on the topic and meet with suppliers specialising in this area.
Internorga is a leading trade fair for hotels, restaurants, bakery and confectionery. It will feature more than 1,300 exhibitors from Germany and abroad and expects to attract 95,000 trade visitors.