On this day, exactly 82 years ago, Belgrade Fair had opened its gates, thus paving the way to regional trade from the capital. At today’s Staro sajmište, the first fair event was held, which was a phenomenon within the European framework, well received by local and international participants and visitors.
The largest and oldest review, the 13th edition, of the manufacturers of the traditional food products – Ethnic Food and Drink Fair will be held also this autumn at Belgrade Fair, on November 21 – 24. The event will be attended by the the manufacturers of the traditional food products, mostly handmade in the traditional way and from organic grown raw materials, produced in the limited quantity for the presentation to the market.
At the Conference on the Mutual Cooperation of the Regional Countries’ Cooperatives, held within the 12thInternational Ethnic Food and Drink Fair, Milan Krkobabić, Minister in charge of the regional development and public companies operation coordination in the Government of the Republic of Serbia, said Serbia would do everything to let the cooperatives become the village support again and the villagers’ products become – goods.
Under the auspices of Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry Engineering and Water Management and the City of Belgrade, 12th Ethnic Food and Drink Fair is held on November 22 – 25, at Belgrade Fair. The manufacturers will feature under support of Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Cooperative Union of Serbia, Governmental institutions, Local Self-Governments, various Associations, Tourism Organizations or independently.
The most important regional review of the traditional and representative food products, at which more than two thousand various products – national specialties are exhibited, has been opened at Belgrade Fair and will take place until Saturday, November 25. It is the 12th Ethnic Food and Drink Fair, attended, in addition to the local exhibitors also by those from Greece, India, Republic of Srpska and other countries.