Fruit Logistica 2023

Fruit Logistica 2023

February 08, 2023 - February 10, 2023 – All day

Berlin ExpoCenter City
Messedamm 22, 14055 Berlin

Fruit Logistica, the world’s largest trade show for fresh fruits and vegetables, dried fruit and nuts, and associated equipment and services took place in Berlin, February 8 -10, 2023.

Traditionally, USDA endorses the USA Pavilion at the show. Visitors find a wide variety of American produce, including apples, sweet cherries, citrus and exotic fruits, dates, pears, pistachios, pomegranates, avocado and sweet potatoes. In addition, the pavilion features services and products related to fruit trade, such as credit rating and marketing information, packing services as well as packaging membranes designed to naturally extend the shelf life of fresh products.

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Background Information
Fruit Logistica is the world’s leading international trade fair for fresh fruits and vegetables, dried fruits, and tree nuts. Due to the pandemic, numbers slowed down in 2022. Still, statistics reveal more than 84 percent of visitors come from outside Germany.

The 31st annual FRUIT LOGISTICA trade show was held on February 8-10, 2023, in Berlin, Germany.  The leading trade show for the global fresh produce business has relaunched to its original date after a one-year break and another rescheduled show last year. Fruit Logistica gathered over 63,000 quality buyers and trade visitors from around 140 countries, and more than 2,600 exhibitors from 92 countries. This year Fruit Logistica was more international than ever.

The 18 U.S. exhibitors present at the show reported introducing 42 products. Nine companies were reported to be small companies with less than 500 employees; two companies in the USA pavilion reported to be women-owned and two to be veteran-owned. Visitors to the USA Pavilion found a wide variety of American produce, including apples, citrus and exotic fruits, pears, pistachios, dates, and sweet potatoes.

Below you see impressions of the tour of the Deputy Chief of Mission  through the USA Pavilion: