Maes Honey, a leading honey export company in Spain, will be present as a visitor at Anuga, the world’s leading trade fair for the food and beverage industry. The event will take place in Cologne, Germany, from October 9 to 13.

It will be a hybrid event, in which you can participate both in person and digitally.

Book your appointment with Maes Honey from October 9 to 12 in Anuga!

Anuga stands out with its hybrid event concept

Anuaga is positioned as the leading fair in the industry. A pioneering event that seeks to incentivize the food and beverage industry with its dynamic and unique force in 2021.

Thus, the event is a great opportunity to create new businesses and develop interesting economic opportunities. For this, its double vision, face-to-face and digital, are key.

On the one hand, the presence allows the fair to continue with its initial objective: “to bring the food and beverage industry together for a physical meeting and provide a forum for face-to-face meetings, maintaining connections and building sustainable business relationships.”

It is thus a unique fair concept, where 10 trade fairs are encompassed in one place. This not only allows consumers to taste incredible products, or the company to interact with the sector; It also facilitates the connection between different sellers and their consumers.

Maes Honey, a leading honey exporter

Maes Honey has been exporting honey to more than 35 countries on 4 continents for more than 20 years. To do this, each year, the company produces around 15,000 tons of honey, of which 4.3 million kilos are exported to 30 different countries, located on 5 continents.

For this, the company has the most modern packaging plant in southern Europe, with 7,500 m2 of surface and 8 production lines, which allows it to produce more than 10,000 tons per year.

This year, they have started the works that will allow doubling the extension of their facilities, and with it, the total production produced. In addition, this improvement will allow the company to have a permanent stock of 4 million kilos of honey.

It is thus one of the 10 largest honey packers in all of Europe, capable of exporting more than 7,000 tons of honey per year, among which we find bespoke and distributor products.

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