Cerdeimar in Anuga (Cologne), the world's leading trade show in food sector
From 10 to 14 October, Cerdeimar Group will attend the thirty-third edition of Anuga (Cologne), the world's reference trade show in food and beverage sector, in two separate locations, both in Hall 11.1 (Fine Foods): in the A028a stand, promoted by Spain Export and Investment (ICEX); and the E030/F031, sponsored by Xunta de Galicia.
Each day of celebration of the trade show, Cerdeimar will offer at the stand of Galicia tastings of Boya products: mussels, on the 10th; sardines and tuna, the 11th; assortment of seafood and ready meals, the 12th; squid and cuttlefish, 13th; and finally, the 14th, a special tasting farewell.
Once again, 6,800 exhibitors (roughly 450 spaniards) from over 100 countries will attend this biennial event, which will receive nearly 155,000 visitors from 180 countries. The double presence of Cerdeimar confirms, once more, its export orientation.
In addition to conserves and prepared plates, refrigerated and room temperature ones, of its trademark Boya, destined both to the segment of great consumption and to the professional channel (HoReCa), Cerdeimar Group commercializes canned fishes and selected shellfishes 1884, its Premium quality brand, on exclusive sale in traditional groceries, gourmet or delicatessen stores, handmade processed with virgin olive oil; and fresh, canned and vacuum bivalve seafood (clams, cockles and razor shells) of Camariñas and Costa da Morte estuaries.
An offer that makes clear the innovative efforts of Cerdeimar and the correctness of their answers to the progressive segmentation of the market and the demand for both quality and differentiated products of high added value, such as specific formats for every need, which processes in its industrial unit: one of the most modern, versatile and competitive of the sector in terms of packaging processes (fresh, refrigerated and canned), and with more future in exporting key. With 170 employees, 80% women, and 24.3 million € of turnover, Cerdeimar exports to more than a dozen countries on three continents.