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October 10, 2022

Berlin welcomes visitors to the International Green Week 2023

From the Alps to the coast, from the Nordic countries to South Africa – From 20 to 29 January Berlin welcomes visitors to the International Green Week 2023.

From 20 to 29 January 2023 the focus will be on experiencing, discovering, trying and finding things out at the International Green Week in Berlin. After a two-year break due to the pandemic, this popular event is back with a customary wide range of products.

The leading international trade fair for agriculture, the food industry and horticulture features a wide range of products and topics for discussion. “Our trade visitors are focused particularly on the Green Week’s role as a networking forum“, says Lars Jaeger, the project manager for the event. For consumers it will be worthwhile too. “At the Green Week 2023 we will have comprehensive information and be serving regional specialities from all over Germany and the world.“

Innovations in the farming and food industry

Taking as its slogan ’A taste of the future’, the Federation of German Food and Drink Industries (BVE) will show what tomorrow’s food production will be like. At the Farm Experience, under the slogan 'experience modern agriculture', the German Farmers’ Association (DBV) will offer a glimpse of farming both now and in the future. Other highlights will be the participation of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and the Streetfood Market as well as the Floral and Livestock Halls, which are both very popular with the public.

A selection of German regions

From the Alps to the coast – visitors can look forward to lots of local attractions and regional specialities in characteristic settings. 12 federal states – Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia – will present their culinary delights, including Ahle Wurscht, Saxonian Klitscher (potato pancakes) and Dicke Dörthe, a special brew. While enjoying these specialities, visitors to the Green Week can find out how diverse the holiday regions and local customs are.

A world of enjoyment – from America to Oceania

Visitors to the Green Week interested in looking beyond local culinary offerings can take a discovery tour of the globe. Food and drink from every continent, specialities from East and West, culinary delights from islands in the Indian Ocean and the southern hemisphere – the Green Week 2023 invites visitors to take a culinary tour of the world.

Press photos can also be found on the Internet: Press photos International Green Week

The Green Week now also features a blog with regular information on the latest topics from the worlds of food, farming and horticulture

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