Where organic people meet - World's leading Trade Fair for Organic Food
February 15-18, 2017, Nürnberg, Germany
Ready to enter the global market, but looking for the right opportunity?
BIOFACH, held annually in Nürnberg, Germany, is the world’s largest strictly organic trade fair. The next edition of this USDA-endorsedevent is scheduled for February 15–18, 2016. Exhibiting in the USA Pavilion provides greater visibility on the show floor and theconvenience of a turnkey booth package.BIOFACH 2015 featured 2,141 exhibitors and over 44,000 trade buyers from 130 countries, including over 1,000 media representatives from 36 countries.
Benefits of exhibiting in the USA Pavilion at BIOFACH 2017 include:
- Global opportunity without the complications of exhibiting overseas
- Prime location on show floor
- Strong USA identification - focal point for international importers and brokers
- Professional guidance and logistical coordination from NürnbergMesse North America, Inc. in the United States and on-site
- Hospitality service provided by multi hostesses
- Access to the USA Pavilion Business Lounge with complimentary wi-fi, laptop access, daily catering with light refreshments and snacks
- Marketing support services from USDA’s Office of Agricultural Affairs in Berlin/Vienna including local promotion to importers and ongoingmarket assistance during the show
Historic Organic Equivalence Arrangement Goes Into Force Between the European Union and the United States
With the U.S.-EU Organic Equivalence Arrangement which entered into force on June 1, 2012, there are more opportunities thanever for U.S. organic companies to expand into the global markets. The U.S.-EU arrangement facilitates the trade in organic productsbetween the world’s two largest organic markets. Previously, growers and companies wanting to trade products on both sides of theAtlantic had to certify to both U.S. and EU standards, which meant extra fees, inspections, and paperwork. Now, products certified in theUnited States or Europe may now be sold as organic in either region. The new arrangement is especially helpful to USDA/NOP certifiedsmall and medium-sized organic producers looking to start selling into the European market. For more information, please visit www.ams.usda.gov/services/organic-certification/international-trade/European%20Union
.Did you know that you may be eligible to receive up to 50% reimbursement of trade show expenses through the Branded Program?
M(arket) A(ccess) P(rogram) Funding is offered by the State Regional Trade Groups: www.foodexport.org
(Northeast & Midwest U.S.), www.wusata.org
(Western U.S.) and www.susta.org
(Southern U.S.); program eligibility rules apply.
All products on display must meet the organic requirements outlined by BIOFACH show management. In addition, all firms exhibiting inthe USA Pavilion at a USDA endorsed show, must promote and display a majority of products greater than 51% by SKU count that areof U.S. origin. A product is determined to be of U.S. origin if is comprised of at least 51% U.S. origin content, by volume, or by value,exclusive of added water.
In addition all exhibitors have to meet the BIOFACH admission criteria set by the organizers.
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