Fancy Food News Bytes
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
The Specialty Food Association Goes to Paris
Maple syrup from Vermont, ghost chili salsa from Texas, beer kits from Brooklyn, and tea-infused chocolate from California produced by members of the Specialty Food Association will all be on display at booth 4R064 in the USA Pavilion at SIAL Paris, taking place October 19-23, 2014. Thirteen members of the Association will present new products made in the U.S. to thousands of international buyers. SIAL Paris, a major biannual trade event, will feature 6,300 exhibitors from 105 countries, expecting more than 150,000 attendees from around the world.
"SIAL offers an unmatched opportunity for American food artisans and entrepreneurs to introduce their products to key international buyers," says the Association's Senior Vice President, Chris Nemchek. "Any food export program should include SIAL Paris."
Exhibitors in the Specialty Food Association pavilion include Al Dente Pasta; Almondina/YZ Enterprises; Brooklyn Brew Shop; Dave's Gourmet; Healthverve Food Manufacturing; Joes Tea & Chips; Miracle Noodle/Strumba Media; Mrs. Renfro's; Pereg Gourmet; Sonoma Syrup; The Tearoom; Tonewood; and WOW Baking Company. Several other Association members will be exhibiting as well at SIAL Paris with their own booths in the USA Pavilion.