Here’s where the ideas are! 20 start-ups will be presenting their companies and products to an expert public in the Newcomers Area. Read on to discover which entrepreneurs will be there:
More than 2,000 attendees and many well-known speakers are expected at the foodservice Forum, Europe’s biggest congress for food service professionals. Sector expert Gretel Weiß tells us what visitors can expect to encounter there in 2020.
What would INTERNORGA be without a comprehensive congress programme? Trade visitors at all five exciting fair days in Hamburg can look forward to a comprehensive programme covering all the sector trends.
On fire about adding value: top barbecue chefs will be providing interesting cooking demonstrations and showing audiences how to make targeted and profitable use of the barbecue trend at the Grill & BBQ Court.
The Pink Cube is the place to find catering trends from around the globe. Trend researcher Karin Tischer talked to us about the exciting developments being presented inside the INTERNORGA Pink Cube.
SELGROS is one of the cash & carry market leaders – and a Grill & BBQ Court 2020 partner. Andreas Gailus from the SELGROS store in Hamburg Altona gives a preview of what INTERNORGA visitors can expect to find at his stand.
INTERNORGA’S Craft Spirit Lounge is a unique forum in which spirit manufacturers can showcase their products. One of those manufacturers is the traditional distillery Lantenhammer. An interview with CMO Thomas Weinberger.
Kitchen ergonomics is a subject that will be attracting an increasing amount of attention in the future – and rightly so. Posture, freedom of movement and kitchen climate are just three of the many different aspects contributing to an optimum work environment.
The Grill & BBQ Court at INTERNORGA is on fire. It’s the hotspot where the BBQ professionals showcase their skills. Dirk Alberts from Grill-Kontor Hamburg shares his insights into the 2020 trends here.
There are changes afoot in the out-of-home market. INTERNORGA has identified national and international trends indicating where the market is heading in its FoodZoom survey.
Trend statement by Dr Stefan Hartmann, Chairman of the German Institute for Public Catering (DIG) on the development of smart kitchen equipment and kitchen connectivity
The digital transformation is already changing commercial kitchens and catering establishments. What will we be seeing in the future? And what are the opportunities and challenges? Kitchen equipment manufacturers provide answers.
Carsten Brinck is Food Service Marketing Manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland at McCain GmbH. In this brief interview he chatted to us about future requirements for French fries and the future of the convenience food sector
Frozen food products are as popular as ever. Dr Sabine Eichner, Managing Director at the German Frozen Foods Institute, talked to us about sector trends, developments and statistics
Although hotel trends have been strongly influenced by digitalisation in recent years, hotel guests still want hominess. Here’s an overview of current and future interior design trends:
More and more people are eating out of home, daily routines are moving at a faster pace and mealtimes are more flexible. What are the implications for commercial caterers? And where is the industry going?
Soda pop is a cult beverage and a must in any beverage range. Now traditional orangeades and lemonades are being joined by soda pops with increasingly exotic flavours. Fritz and Wostok on the development of liquid trends.
At INTERNORGA 2020 the AHGZ Breakfast Club is open from early to late on all five days.
Until twenty years ago snacks were either foods to satisfy cravings or sweet treats. Today they are increasingly replacing traditional meals. What are the 2019/2020 snack trends?
Hanni Rützler is a food trend researcher, so tracking down the latest trends is her job. For 2020 Hanni forecasts that the new mega trend of snacking is here to stay! Does this mean the end of traditional mealtimes?