Two international meetings in May: at Tuttofood in Milan and Thaifex Anuga in Bangkok
A spring full of international events for Olio Dante S.p.A., which in May will be present at both Tuttofood in Milan and Thaifex Anuga in Thailand.
Preparations are therefore in full swing for the olive oil company: first stop at Tuttofood in Milan, from 8th to 11th May, with an exhibition space of 54 square meters in Pavilion 7 Stand N09; afterwards, from 23rd to 27th May, the meeting is in Thailand at Thaifex Anuga in Bangkok, at the Impact Muang Thong Thani exhibition center. For this occasion, Olio Dante will participate in the collective of Italian companies, organized by ICE on a surface of 340 square meters, at Hall 8 Stand W21.
It will be possible to discover all the novelties of the brands guaranteed by the Supreme Poet in the two international events: in addition to learn more about the complete line of Flavored Extra Virgin Olive Oils, Sauces and Condiments, the very latest references of Vinegars and Dante EVOO and olive oil PET packed new range will be introduced.
In 2023 Olio Dante S.p.A. has decided to choose the most important world showcases of the sector to present its products in particular to selected foreign buyers, in order to increase its share on foreign markets. In fact, the participation at Anuga in Cologne (Germany) is already scheduled for next October.
Tuttofood is the international B2B fair dedicated to food&beverage which, in the 2021 edition, attracted over 150,000 visitors, 2,700 exhibiting companies and delegations of professionals from 66 countries. Thaifex Anuga event, on the other hand, is among the most important trade fairs in Asia in the agri-food sector and has been a point of reference for the entire ASEAN quadrant for years. Indeed, thanks to its strategic position, Thailand is the ideal gateway to this market, a constantly growing consumer base characterized by considerable business potential.
Today Olio Dante S.p.A. is one of the main producers of edible oils on the international scene, with the most important historical Italian labels: in addition to Dante, Lupi, Olita, OiO, Topazio, GiCo.