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April 7 2014, 13:13 Fruit-Inform

Participants of leading berry business event in Ukraine

Registration of participants of the 5th Anniversary International Conference “Berries of Ukraine-2014: Frozen Produce & Fresh Market” actively goes on with organizers planning to attract about 200 delegates from 10-12 countries of the world. For the present, their participation has been already confirmed by participants from the Netherlands, UK, Poland, Russia, Moldova and Ukraine. The organizers also await for confirmation from delegates from Italy, Sweden and Belarus.

Among recently registered participants, we may mention Vatal, Gutsol, Sladunika, Khirlyuk & Co, Yu.V. Bondarev, Adana-3 – berry growers; Tecofood, Agrana Fruit Ukraine, Gron 09, Orhei-Vit – berry processors; Petruzalek, Alfa Pack – packaging suppliers and many others. The organizers will regularly inform about new conference participants with their number growing day by day.

The conference program is 70% completed and includes all issues relevant for the berry business: from production to handling and marketing of berry crops in Ukraine. The information will cover the following berry crops: strawberries, currants, raspberries, gooseberries, blackberries, blueberries as well as cherries and table grapes.

The conference will start its work on May 22 in Vinnytsia, and on the second day, May 23, the delegates will be able to take part in the business-tour to Podilya Ltd, the company that grows a wide variety of berry crops.

The conference program, conditions of participation, advertising opportunities, sponsorship packages and application form are available on the official web-site.

The conference delegates can book accommodation in the hotel of Feride Plaza, which hosts the event. Accommodation costs are not included in the conference fee. More information is available here.

Would you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact International Relations Department of Fruit-Inform:

tel: +380 562 320795 (ext. - 341)

cell: +380 96 5836323 (Ievgen Kuzin)

e-mail: [email protected]