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April 17 2014, 15:22 Fruit-Inform

What berries do Ukrainian supermarkets need this year: quality, varieties, packaging

The organizers of the 5th Anniversary International Conference “Berries of Ukraine-2014: Frozen Produce & Fresh Market” keep on announcing new speakers of the event.

The subject of cooperation between Ukrainian supermarket chains and berry suppliers will be covered by the speech of Mr. Fedor Andreytsov, representative of Fozzy Group of Companies, one of the major retailers in Ukraine.

During his presentation, the conference delegates will listen to supermarkets' requirements to handling, packaging, quality of berries, retailers' variety preferences, domestic peculiarities of berry from-field-to-consumer supply chain, consumer sentiment in the market.

The expert will also speak on the issues of the fresh berry market developments in the country, retailers' advantages in imported/domestic produce, prospects of berry line extension in Ukraine, and suppliers will enjoy an opportunity to discuss details of produce supply in this season in person.

Fruit-Inform reminds that the event will be held on May 22-23, 2014, Vinnytsia, Ukraine. Bayer CropScience is the General Sponsor of the conference.

For the present, their participation has been confirmed by more than 70 delegates from Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, the Netherlands, the UK and Poland. Altogether, a number of the conference participants will total about 200 delegates from 10-12 countries of the world.

The conference program, conditions of participation, advertising opportunities and sponsorship packages are available on the official web-site. To confirm your registration, please fill out an application form.

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]