At the Anuga Organic Forum 2019, fair trade pioneers from FairTSA, Gepa and Naturland spoke about their own experiences, current changes and new developments in the industry.
In the year 2018, 46% of the worldwide production of fish, crabs and molluscs originated from aquacultures. You can read what advantages and disadvantages this type of production brings with it here.
The food industry has had to change radically over the past months. The futurologist, Chris Sanderson, reveals which changes and potential the Corona crisis brings with it.
More and more people are following vegetarian or vegan diets. The growing wish for meat-free offers is however much more than merely a trend and could change the industry long-term.
Whether vegan hemp protein or meat made from plants: Organic is booming and is changing the eating habits and expectations of many people. What is on its way and what will stay?
The market is booming. However, new opportunities also bring new challenges and expectations with them. Experts and decision-makers can find inspiring products, concepts and partners at Anuga.
Personalised diet is one of the biggest trends of the future. Perhaps even the biggest? The NEWTRITION X. innovation summit at Anuga 2019 will provide answers.
For the first time, Anuga is presenting a start-up area with around 100 newcomers. A young, lively platform for innovative trends and companies from over 20 countries.
The new social media presence makes Anuga experienceable all year round. In the interview Lorenz Alexander Rau, Director of Anuga, explains why the trade fair decided to join the social web and what can be discovered there and at the trade fair itself: