TuttoFood Milano 2023 meets the agri-food chain

TuttoFood Milano 2023
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In just a few editions TuttoFood Milano 2023, the biennial event that will take place from 8 to 11 May at Fieramilano Rho, has become one of the main platforms dedicated to the agri-food chain both in Italy and in Europe.
In the exhibition spaces a complete overview of innovation in the sector will be presented, combined with vertical lunges in the individual sectors, divided into many areas, ranging from fruit to dairy products, oil, pasta, health products, meat and so on .
The TuttoGrocery, TuttoSeafood and TuttoFrozen sectors will see the participation of all the big names in the sector. Top player and strong foreign presence also in the TuttoMeat and TuttoDairy sectors.
New this year at TuttoFood Milano 2023 will be the Green Trail. That is, a transversal path identified by a specific visual identity and dedicated signage, which will help to discover green, plant-based, zero km products, but also healthy, rich-in and free-from products through all areas of the event.

An increasingly international event

At present, more than 1,200 exhibitors from 35 countries have already registered. Particularly numerous representations are expected, in order, from Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Denmark, Turkey and the USA.
Numerous countries will also be present for the first time such as Ecuador, the Faroe Islands, New Zealand, Romania, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and Hungary.
The presence of Italian PDO and PGI consortia and foreign collectives is also important. The Italian consortia include, among others, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, Lamb of Sardinia, Finocchiona, Gorgonzola Cheese, Montasio Cheese, Buffalo Mozzarella from Campania, Parmigiano Reggiano, Pecorino Romano, Tuscan Ham.


Also important at TuttoFood Milano 2023 www.tuttofood.it is the presence of hosted buyers from all over the world with particular focus on North America, Gulf countries, Europe, Asia. Among the main targets, those of large-scale distribution, do and retail should be mentioned; catering, food service and away from home, hospitality businesses, catering companies, import-export companies.
The Fiera Milano exhibitions have launched the process of measuring CO2 emissions deriving from all phases of the life cycle of the event, using the LCA (Life-Cycle Assessment) methodology. The objective is to undertake targeted actions to improve efficiency and reduce the environmental impacts generated. The initiative is part of the broader Group Sustainability Plan, in line with the objectives of UFI’s global Net Carbon Zero Events initiative.
While in the context of the fight against food waste, TuttoFood Milano 2023 of the b2b fair dedicated to the agri-food sector will host the TuttoGood initiative in collaboration with various Italian NGOs, which will recover the food that can still be used at the end of the event days.