Fruit Logistica more international and more valuable than ever

On 8-10 February 2023, leading trade exhibition Fruit Logistica opens its doors to buyers and trade visitors from over 140 countries. Across 27 halls, they can connect with 2, 610 exhibitors from 92 countries, and discover products and services from every link in the industry's global value chain.

Last year, Fruit Logistica was postponed to April because of the pandemic. Now, in its 30th anniversary year, it returns to February an ideal moment for the entire fresh fruit and vegetable industry to meet 'All in One'. The show's motto could not be more relevant, in a world where saving time and money is increasingly important. In 2023, an opportunity for the entire business to meet in one place is all the more valuable.

In the foreground are colourful and exotic fruits. In the background you can see blurred trade visitors who are talking to each other.

The presence of around 40 country pavilions means the exhibition area at Fruit Logistica 2023 exceeds even pre-pandemic levels. And Spain underlines its position as a leading exporter, with more companies present than ever: 279 exhibitors cover more than 11,000 square meters in four halls this year, while several others are located elsewhere as part of themed exhibition segments.

On the first two days of the fair, buyers and trade visitors can head to a special area between Halls 20 and 21 to vote for one of ten nominees for the FRUIT LOGISTICA Innovation Award, the industry's most important prize. The Innovation of the Year winner will be announced in the same place at 14:30 on Friday, 10 February 2023.

In Hall 3.1, innovative smart agriculture companies present a range of digital solutions, which include AI-assisted harvester robots, precision sprayer drones, advanced irrigation concepts, and autonomous field vehicles.

Then on 10 February, under the theme Disrupt Agriculture, the Fruit Logistica Start-up Day transforms Hall 2.1 into the go-to place for breakthrough technologies. There, twenty of the world's most innovative start-ups present their products, projects and ideas in the Start-up Area.

Five event stages, a hundred top speakers, and every key industry topic covered. This sums up the event programme for Fruit Logistica 2023. In just three days, trade visitors to the Fresh Produce Forum, the Future Lab, the Logistics Hub, the Tech Stage and the Start-up Stage can gain a new understanding of the industry that will help them throughout the year.

And, with the European Statistics Handbook and the Trend Report, Fruit Logistica provides two vital documents to help companies in the fresh produce business make informed commercial decisions.

The European Statistics Handbook contains a wealth of detailed data to illustrate statistical trends across different product categories in Europe's various markets.

This year's Trend Report, meanwhile, asks the question: 'What next for fresh produce? Key trends for the fruit and vegetable business in 2023'. It consists of interviews with experts on crucial topics such as cost inflation, ethical trade, food waste, climate change and new technologies.

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