64 national pavilions chose WorldFood Moscow 2019 to showcase their products from their respective countries. National groups consider WorldFood Moscow the main export platform in Russia for reaching buyers of Russia's leading retail chains and wholesale companies
For the first time in 2019, Saudi Arabia participated in WorldFood Moscow, a collective exposition was organized by Saudi Exports (Official Sponsor of the exhibition). Saudi companies successfully export dates, dairy products, fish, poultry, fruits and vegetables.
For the first time, national pavilions of Sicily, Mexico, Chile and the autonomous region of Serbia - Vojvodina were also organized. After the break, the Philippines and Spain returned.
European countries participate in WorldFood Moscow quite actively, despite the ongoing sanctions regime. One of the key participants - Italy - again presents a large-scale exhibition. Belgium, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Azerbaijan and others also take part in the exhibition. European companies offer Russian distributors fruits and vegetables, coffee and tea, flour and confectionery.
The countries of the African continent are also widely represented: Algeria, a new participant - Burundi, Egypt, Morocco, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Tunisia, which offer fruits and vegetables, nuts and dried fruits, coffee, tea and spices, cocoa to the Russian market.
Food products from Asia will be presented by Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, South Korea, and Japan. A key player in the Asian region - China - has an extensive exposure.
Azerbaijan has traditionally become a Partner country of the exhibition, which unites more than 30 companies, which offer a wide range of food products to the Russian market, as part of the Made in Azerbaijan national stand. Collective participation in the exhibition was organized by the Azerbaijan Export and Investment Promotion Fund (AZPROMO) with the support of the Ministry of Economy of Azerbaijan.