In two weeks, Toronto will host the only Canadian national tradeshow offering up a complete range of food products, food-related equipment, and technologies – SIAL Canada.
On April 30th – May 2nd the Enercare Centre will gather under one roof more than 1,000 exhibitors from 50 countries. Among this variety of tastes, there will be showcased 11 Ukrainian producers united under the brand Made In Ukraine.
That will be the second confectionery mission of Ukrainian food companies in Canada arranged by the CUTIS project. And this time, thousands of buyers will meet not only the new names but previously known products as well.
Ukrainian products will be presented in two categories:
Chocolate, Confectionery, Cookies, Wafers and Crackers:
- Biscuit-Chocolate Corporation – Chocolate & Confectionery
- Budmo zdorovi – Gluten-free & Lactose-free Cookies
- Grona – Confectionery goods, Cookies & Crackers
- Hlebodar – Cookies & Confectionary
- Lekorna – Wafers & Ice Cream Cones
- Malbi Foods (Millennium) – Chocolate & Confectionery
- POLUS – Chocolate Bars & Wafer Cookies
Honey, Organic Berries, Cereals & Edible Oils:
- Agricom Group (Dobrodiya) – Breakfast Cereals & Cereal bars
- AVIS – Organic Sunflower Oil
- BEE HIVE – Honey
- Galfrost – IQF Organic & Traditional Frozen Berries
The upcoming mission for Ukrainian companies won’t be limited by only showcasing in the SIAL show. The participants will get useful tips on how to sell their products during the info sessions and will visit a number of local grocery stores during retail familiarization tour.
The Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project is a 5-year (2016-2021) Canadian development assistance initiative designed to lower poverty in Ukraine through increasing exports from Ukraine to Canada and investment from Canada to Ukraine.