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Exhibit at Bite Copenhagen

After a completely sold out Bite Copenhagen 2017, it is now possible to apply for a booth at Bite Copenhagen 2018. Fill out the form and we will contact you to further discuss your wishes and possibilities for 2018. Note: Filling out the form is not binding.

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More than 900 companies visited Bite in 2017, represented through a variety of buyers and professions.

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Future Food Solutions

Bite Copenhagen is a global business-to- business food exhibition hosted at Bella Center Copenhagen on the 30th & 31st of August 2018. At the exhibition, new ideas thrive and sustainable products and innovation is the norm, when 130 entrepreneurs and gastronomic frontrunners from all over the world showcase their take on future food solutions.

Bite Copenhagen connects with The World Food Summit – Better Food for More People in the National Parliament and the World Food Conference – Better Food for More People in Bella Center on 30-31 August 2018 in a partnership for political decision-making and private solutions to address global challenges. 

Meet your next business relation at Bite Copenhagen 

More than 10.000 people are invited to join, and the exhibition caters to an international audience of resourceful visitors, with the interest and will to invest in the newest trends and uncompromised quality. 

Visitors at Bite Copenhagen include:

• Decision makers
• Politicians
• Resourceful visitors
• International procurers
• World class chefs and restaurant owners
• Kitchen and canteen managers
• Retailers and wholesalers
• Hotel managers 

Exhibitors 2017

Bite Copenhagen offers a broad variety of exhibitors with products of the highest quality — from established brands to small local producers. Common for all is great creativity, passion for craft and an urge to challenge the status quo. We welcome new exhibitors, and are looking forward to publishing 2018's many strong profiles. Below you'll find the exhibitors from 2017.

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“This has been our best exhibition ever. We have had so many serious business inquiries, also from foreign buyers, and I have heaps of business cards and new contacts to go through, once I get back to my office. The B2B focus has really paid off. Overall, the quality level of this exhibition has been really high; there are simply no bad products to be found here,” says sales manager Piia Pannbacker.

— WiSH