Meat & Poultry Industry Russia is an important event showcasing the entire chain of animal protein production and processing “from feed to food”. All the segments of the industry will be represented: feed and feed production, hatchery, live production, processing, further processing, packaging and transportation.
The exhibitors will have an opportunity to represent their products to 7200+ industry professionals from Russia and CIS countries committed to implement best practices and remain competitive. Among those attending are leading agricultural holdings, pig breeding and poultry production units, processing companies and all those involved in animal protein production .
Meat & Poultry Industry Russia is aiming to bring the latest industry report and data to the guests. That is why we organize Meat and Poultry Industry Summit co-located with the exhibition.
“Meat and Poultry Industry Russia Summit. From feed to food” during three working days brings together agriculture industry stakeholders to network, share and dialogue together on main issues and trends in agriculture, government support policy, bio security and food safety, consumption patterns and purchasing behavior.
For the 2nd year we are settling a specific area for business meeting service – Roundtable Area. You may hold your negotiations in a highly comfortable and friendly atmosphere.
countries represented at the stands
regions of the Russian Federation
unique industry visitors
News and events
Awards, contacts and future plans
The annual international exhibition “Meat and Poultry Industry Russia 2021”.
Messe Frankfurt RUS and ASTI GROUP launched new cooperation within “Food technologies” portfolio.
Russian representative office of Messe Frankfurt, one of the world’s biggest exhibition companies, and ASTI GROUP, the organizer of international events in the area of food & beverages production, agreed on cooperation in organizing events.
Russian Feed industry outlook is positive for 2021
The Russian feed industry pushes through the pandemic smoothly, not experiencing major supply or production disruptions, and the outlook for 2021 is good, Seghey Mikhnyuk, chairman of the Russian Feed Union, said.