As the leading association for specialty food products in the United States, SFA is putting together a program with financial support from the U.S. Foreign Agriculture Service. The SFA will host a booth of American products and meet with European food exporters at the show.
“We’re excited to be at Anuga this year,” said Phil Kafarakis, president of the SFA. “Our members are eager to export American-made goods globally and this is one of the premier international food events where we promote our products. We encourage everyone to visit us in Hall 10.2, Stand H071 and taste the remarkable American foods we’ll have on hand.”
Among the producers and products being highlighted in the SFA exhibit area are:
Acai Roots – sorbets
Betterbody Foods – powdered peanut butter
Bitchin’ Inc. – sauces
Joe Tea & Joe Chips – bottled drinks and snacks
Life Style Plus Gourmet – snacks
Pepper Explosion Wholesale – hot sauces
Salsa God – salsa
Xochitl, Inc. – tortilla chips and salsa
Anuga runs from October 5 to 9, 2019 at the Koelnmesse, Fair Grounds, Köln-Deutz.
About the Specialty Food Association
Founded in 1952 in New York City, the Specialty Food Association (SFA) is the leading advocate for the $148 billion specialty food industry. Representing makers, importers, entrepreneurs, retailers, distributors and others in the trade, the SFA aims to champion, nurture and connect its members to deliver traditional and innovative new products to consumers that expand consumption of specialty foods. With over 3,800 member companies, the association helps its members through providing information, research, educational events, and celebrating the industry through its awards programs. The SFA is known for hosting the Winter and Summer Fancy Food Shows as well as producing the quarterly Specialty Food Magazine and the annual the sofi Awards which recognize the best in specialty products.
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