INTERNORGA 2020 is again thematising the enduring trend of vegetarian products and there will be many exhibitors with innovative meat-free products, from veggie burgers to vegan cakes, at the trade show.
Regional origin, traceability and animal welfare are all reasons why an increasing number of consumers are becoming vegetarians. Meat-free and meat replacement products are catering to a growing market with great future potential.
MEIKO Green Waste specialises in the collection and recycling of food waste. CEO Patrick Hoffmann explains how to optimise processes in terms of their ecology and economy – from food waste disposal systems to collection tanks.
INTERNORGA 2020 is once again a platform for sustainable businesses and eco-friendly start-ups to present their innovative green ideas to a trade public. This year there is a special focus on alternatives to plastic.
The Pierdrei Hotel in Hamburg’s HafenCity district opened its doors to guests in summer 2019. The hotel’s website says, “Hotels aren’t what they used to be”. So what makes this hotel different? It combines hospitality with entertainment.
There are so many new technologies being regularly launched in the market that it’s difficult to know what to invest in. These are key technologies that restaurant operators should be keeping their eye on.
Invasive gourmet street food company HOLYCRAB! was one of the top five start-ups in the Deutscher Gastro-Gründerpreis 2019. Co-founder Juliane Bublitz told us how they have benefitted from that result.