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Natural Products Scandinavia & Nordic Organic Food Fair Previews its 2017 Exhibitors

Natural Products Scandinavia & Nordic Organic Food Fair Previews its 2017 Exhibitors
August 29
09:05 2017

Natural Products Scandinavia & Nordic Organic Food Fair has released its initial exhibitor list for 2017.  Thanks to an increase in stand space, the event will feature 400 exhibitors for the first time – showcasing the next-wave of new innovations in natural and organic from around the world.

Returning to MalmöMässan in Sweden, on 15-16 November, the show’s exhibitor list is now available to view online at www.naturalproductsscandinavia.com and www.nordicorganicexpo.com.  This offers an exclusive first look at some of the big brand names and emerging start-ups helping to shape the future of the natural and organic sector over the next twelve months.

Building on the success of last year’s event, which enjoyed a significant 25% increase in attendees, exhibition space has been selling at an unprecedented rate.  With just over three months until doors open, over 75% of exhibitors have already booked for 2017.  That’s even with the addition of new stands in both areas of the show.

Natural health and beauty brands

Key buyers and managers from many of Scandinavia’s biggest retailers, health stores, pharmacy chains, wholesalers, distributors, and supermarkets can find the latest big-name brands in natural health, nutrition, health food, beauty, skin care, and eco-living at the show.

“This exhibition is a fantastic meeting place for the health and organic industries.  New exciting players and products, and not least a great way to keep track of trends and outlook of the world,” says Iréne von Arronet, MD of Nature Treats AB.

Pukka Herbs, Cambridge Commodities, WellAware, Beneganic GmbH, Caldic Sweden AB, Van Koolen (mushrooms), Yummy Earth, Vego Good Food Gmbh, Get Raw (Skåne pavilion) Caldic Sweden AB, Jake’s Boost, Joint Agri Products Ceylon (spices & herbs), Flavy AB, Vamvalis Foods S.A, Primera Europe Gmbh, Lily’s Eco Clean, Boodywear (bamboo clothes), Suztain A/S & GreenGenius A/S (eco-cleaning), and Perstorp Design AB (sustainable bags) are some of the health, nutrition, and eco living brands preparing to exhibit at the show.

Yourtonic, Natura Siberica, Faith in Nature, Charlie Locks, Bruns, Mooncup, Belladot (sexual health), Pureday AS, Zoya Goes Pretty, Naturelle Pro Beauty Oy, Optiat, AllergyCertified, Safe N Beautiful I.K.E (nail varnish) and Zechstein Miracle (magnesium skincare) are some of the leading beauty and selfcare brands preparing to exhibit.

Organic food exhibitors 

The Nordic Organic Food Fair offers visiting retailers and buyers its biggest choice of certified natural and organic, sustainable, and free from food and drink products yet.

“It’s fascinating walking around the show floor and spotting the latest trends. Organic products have really developed over the last few years.  If you want to stay up-to-date and gain an increased knowledge in the rapid growth in the organic market, then the Nordic Organic Food Fair is the place to visit,” says Marie Söderqvist, managing director of Livsmedelsföretagen – The Swedish Food Federation.

Scandinavian Hemp, Chosan Drinks, FoodYoung SA, Mät Foods (snack bars), Funkisfood Aps, Eosta B.V, D-Tox Sarl (raw kombucha), SweetAmsterdam, Tuchel & Sohn GmbH (honey & syrups), Solaris Tea, djunked AB, BiFIX Wojciech Piasecki Sp.j (tea), Azzayt Olive Oils,  English Tea Shop (UK),  and Mille Foods, are just some of the leading companies preparing to exhibit for the first time.

They’ll be joining returning exhibitors: Nordic Foodie, Natural Crunch-Vitasnack, De Smaakspecialist, Chiemgauer Naturfleisch GmbH, The Hampstead Tea & Coffee Company, Biova Organic, Nutland B.V., Belorganic E.U., Horizon Natuurvoeding BV, Biotropic GmbH, Machu Picchu Foods SAC (cocoa and chocolate), Natessen AB, Alce Nero SPA, Hodmedod (pulses and quinoa), and Herbaria Kräuterparadies GmbH.

The international pavilions are always a big draw for visitors, showcasing the latest brands from around the world.   This year the show will welcome new pavilions from Skåne (Scania, the most southern region in Sweden), Greece, and Sri Lanka.  These will join returning pavilions from KRAV, Organic Denmark, Austria, Organics Cluster Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Italy, Estonia, Germany, Spain, and The Netherlands.

The full exhibitor list is available at www.naturalproductsscandinavia.com/exhibitor-list andwww.nordicorganicexpo.com/exhibitor-list.

Natural Products Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair will return to Malmö, Sweden, on 15-16 November.  For more information and to register for a free trade ticket, please visitwww.naturalproductsscandinavia.com or www.nordicorganicfoodfair.com and quote priority code NPUK322 (direct link: https://registration.n200.com/survey/0r4ptka5aril2?actioncode=NPUK322).

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