Anuga celebrates its 100th birthday – be part of the journey and let us navigate you through Anuga 2019! Learn more about history and the latest trends by picking your theme tour below; no matter if you are interested in plant-based trends, healthy snacking, dairy innovations, frozen foods or the history of the Anuga show. We will cover all of it!
- Language: English
- Costs: 20 € per tour (first come, first serve)
- Duration: about 1.5 h per tour
- Partner: NutriMarketing
- Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge
Overview of all Guided Tours:
Tour 1: 100 years of ANUGA - Facts & Figures
Anuga is not only the largest food and beverage fair in the world, it is also the sector's most important fair for new markets and target groups. It is the perfect venue for all the latest trends and themes. Moreover, it is a great place to make first-rate contacts and business deals. Anuga's trade fair concept is unique, bringing supply and demand together in 10 specialized trade shows under one roof. Since 100 years it has helped to sharpen each sector's profile and to generate valuable synergies at the same time. Learn more about the most important key facts about Anuga now and then, the visitors, exhibitors, participating countries and food sectors.
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | every day from 1:00 p.m.
Tour 2: TASTE Innovation Tour - TOP Innovations of Anuga 2019
Take your taste bud for a spin while visiting all the winners of the Anuga Taste Innovation Show! Discover the new products of Anuga at a glance. The jury will select products and concepts that convinced in terms of their idea, innovative power and creative implementation. The results can be reviewed at the fair at the Anuga Taste Innovation Show on the Boulevard of Inspiration in front of Hall 7. The winners are also the focal points of the Taste 2019 Guided Tour.
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | every day from 3:00 p.m.
Tour 3: Moderation & avoidance
According to Mordor Intelligence, the global gluten-free retail market has grown from USD 1.7 billion in 2011 to USD 3.5 billion in 2016 and is forecasted to grow to USD 4.7 billion in 2020. 80% of the market are people who are not suffering from food intolerance, but believe that gluten or lactose-free products are healthier and more natural. By the way, the trend is getting way further than only allergen-free products and includes meat-free, additive-free, GMO-free, pesticide-free, sugar-free … Join the tour and find out new solutions for your free-from developments.
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | Saturday, 12:00 noon | Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.
Tour 4: New sensory experience
Globalization leads adventurous consumers to test new products. According to GlobalData, 65 % of global consumers enjoy experimenting with products from different cultures/countries, including 79% of Millennials and 78% of Gen X. Curiosity and the fact of being the first to share the experience of trying a new product on social media (Instagram) are among the main drivers of the trend. There is an opportunity for food manufacturers to develop products that combine textures, flavours, colours, and hence allow to experiment with limited editions. Playing with food is now allowed, so join the tour and have fun!
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | Sunday, 12:00 noon | Monday, 2:00 p.m.
Tour 5: Healthy snacking
Life is increasingly fast-paced and the lack of time influences our consumption behaviours. As a result, the boundary between meals and snacks is fading. According to Nielsen, 76% of global consumers eat snacks sometimes or often and 45 % do so to substitute a meal. Consumers are looking for more balanced alternatives and drive the global market for healthy snacking to reach $32.8 billion by 2025 (Grand View Research,). Join the tour and find out inspiration for your next range.
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | Saturday, 2:00 p.m. | Monday, 12:00 noon
Tour 6: Green is the new black
Whatever the reason - health, sustainability, animal welfare, religion or even taste - consumers are craving for Greens. 2% of the global population is vegan, 5% is vegetarian and 23 % is already flexitarian. As the trend is becoming mainstream and in the aim of feeding more than 9 billion people by 2050, new plant-based sources are entering the market. Join the tour and discover the latest innovations.
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | Sunday, 2:00 p.m. | Tuesday, 12:00 noon
Tour 7: Innovation in Frozen Food
Despite the fact that consumers, especially of the younger generations, look for more fresh, raw and natural products, the frozen food market is growing. According to Markets and Markets, the frozen food market is estimated to account for about USD 219.9 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach a value of nearly USD 282.5 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% from 2018. Frozen foods meet the consumer’s demands for convenient, easy-to-prepare, time-saving products. Take a sweater and join the tour!
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | Sunday, 4:00 p.m.
Tour 8: Innovation in Dairy
According to Mordor Intelligence, the Global Dairy Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5% to reach USD 703.5 Billion by 2024 (USD 525 bn in 2018). Consumers’ expectations for healthy snacks, plant-based alternatives, or new sensory experiences are among the main drivers of the an innovative dairy market, just as their demand for more sustainable products (local, animal welfare, sustainable packaging, organic, …). Join the tour and take a look at dairy innovations.
Meeting point: Passage 10/11, VIP Lounge | Monday, 4:00 p.m.