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WorldFood Moscow 2021


Session date and time:

21 Sep 21 | Moscow Time: 12:30 PM -

23 Sep 21 | Moscow Time: 09:30 PM

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30th Anniversary food and drink exhibition WorldFood Moscow is the main meeting place for the leaders of the food industry. The exhibition will traditionally feature a wide range of products from more than 1,000 companies in all product categories. Due to the time of the exhibition - autumn - the exhibition exclusively presents fresh products: fruits and vegetables, fish and seafood. The exhibition business program will consist of more than 100 speakers and more than 15 events.
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Session title:

The Future of the Ready Meals
Session description (100 words or less):
In the presentation, Euromonitor International will discuss the main future trends in the ready meals market. As nowadays consumers tend to cook less often and perceive eating occasions as a valuable experience and a way of self-expression, ready meals become the new driver for the packaged food market. The increasing spending on ready meals and their delivery stimulates the development of the new business models and closer collaboration between the retailers and foodservice operators. Logistics role is increasing, due to express delivery development. This presentation reveals trends in health and wellness, sustainability, and technologies in the prepared meals market.

Session date and time:

21 September 2021, 10.30 am to 12.30pm


Ekaterina Tretyakova, Analyst at Euromonitor International
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