The exhibition “DANUBE VEGETABLES” 2023 gives a meeting of the agricultural sector on November 11 in Ruse. OZK ARENA – RUSE will become a showcase of the best agricultural production companies and the entire range of goods and services for the fruit growing sector, gathered in one place. The organizer of the forum is the Union of Danube Fruit Growers, with the support of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and DF “Agriculture”.
The sixth edition of the exhibition will present the leading companies for plant protection preparations, fertilizers and consumables, agricultural machinery, equipment and facilities. There will also be companies in the field of agricultural consulting and financing for the sector, a the entrance, as always, is free for all visitors!
Each time we take the best of previous editions and expand the possibilities with new formats to be even more useful for participants and businesses. After the positive feedback from the B2B meetings in previous editions, this year again a discussion panel and an opportunity for direct meetings of farmers with representatives of wholesalers, retail chains, distributors and others are foreseen.
The seminar part of the exhibition includes a lecture by chief expert Denitsa Gadjeva, coordinator of NSSZ, in the Ruse territorial district office on the topic: “Activities of the National Agricultural Advisory Service in support of farmers”. We are also planning a lecture by Assoc. Dr. Sava Tabakov on the topic: “Roots and intermediates for apricot varieties”. Both seminars include a discussion panel at the end, during which participants will be able to ask questions of the speakers and discuss new opportunities in the sector and the outlook for manufacturers.
For the second time, a farmer’s bazaar for regional agricultural products is planned as part of the event. It will include producers of fruit, honey, natural juices, dairy products, etc.
For the opening of the exhibition, invitations were sent to the Minister of Agriculture and Food and the team of the DF “Agriculture”.