USA, Korea, France, and Austria Join Organic Food Iberia’s Line-Up

By Steve Wynne-Jones
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USA, Korea, France, and Austria Join Organic Food Iberia’s Line-Up

Plans for the second edition of Organic Food Iberia are now well underway. Since its successful launch edition six months ago, more than 70% of the exhibition space for 2020 is already booked – with pavilions from the USA, Korea, France, and Austria confirmed.

Taking place at IFEMA exhibition centre in Madrid, Spain, on 3 and 4 June, Organic Food Iberia will showcase the best choice of organic food and drink from across the Iberian Peninsula and the rest of the world.

The event is expected to welcome 7,000 organic food retailers, multiple health stores owners, supermarket buyers, distributors and wholesalers – who’ll be there to see and sample products from over 600 richly-diverse exhibitors.

Organic From Around The World

Thanks to its collaboration with the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), and the Inter-American Commission on Organic Agriculture (CIAO), the companies will have a 50 square metre pavilion at the show.

This new association promotes the expansion of organic markets in America and, for the first time, opens new business opportunities for European buyers.


As well as Austria and France, the rest of Europe is also strongly represented. Brands from Bulgaria, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, Denmark, Belgium, Italy, Greece, and the UK will showcase their latest ranges to the Spanish market.

Reflecting Spain’s strong position as a world-leader in organic, visitors can also discover regional pavilions from Andalucía, Madrid, Navarra, La Rioja, Galicia, Valencian Community, and Castilla La Mancha (new for 2020).

Show Attractions

The event will feature three dedicated seminar theatres (the Organic Theatre, La Cocina’s Kitchen Theatre, and Eco Living & Beauty Theatre), an Organic Wine Zone, the Innovation Zone – featuring the next wave of bestselling products – and the Eco & Organic Awards Iberia.

Further information about seminars will be released during the spring, as well as more details about features, innovations and partnerships.


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