ISM 2023: Registrations from 56 Countries Already

ISM, which has been postponed for 23.-25.04.2023, has announced that it received a high number of applications. The leading trade fair for sweets and snacks has already received applications from 56 countries and all continents as well as a current 40 percent increase in space booked compared to last year’s event. 

More than 30 pavilions have already confirmed their participation, including applications from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the USA. Also groups from the People’s Republic of China, Latvia, Lithuania and Taiwan, which didn’t take part in 2022, are back on board again too.

Alongside individual stand areas, the trade fair also offers special zones for start-ups or newcomers and theme-oriented areas such as Trend Snacks or the specialized trade section “Finest Creations – hand-crafted”. The latter celebrated its debut in 2022 and attracted a high level of interest.

The challenges in the sections climate, raw materials, energy, supply chains, logistics, health and digitalisation are the key themes of the supporting programme of ISM 2023. As an international industry meeting point, in addition to being the central discussion platform, the trade fair of the sweets and snacks industry also offers a display window for solutions and new product ideas.

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