Sana 2014 in Bologna
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Following on from Sana 2013 and its record number of visitors (+20% on 2012), the next International Exhibition of Organic and Natural Products - 26th Sana - will be opening its doors at the Bologna trade fair grounds on Saturday 6 September through to Tuesday 9 September. Organised by BolognaFiere in collaboration with FederBio and supported by Ifoam, Sana is Italy's premier tradeshow for certified organic foods, herbal products and natural and organic cosmetics, a must for sector specialists but also for consumers preferring to eat organic produce, choose from a range of food supplements to keep fit, and use personal care and cosmetic products obtained from natural and organic ingredients.
The Tradeshow is organised in three sectors. The Sana pavilions dedicated to Food will be showing the very latest fresh and preserved certified organic products. The Wellness sector groups health and personal care products: special diet foods (for example, gluten-free foods and products for diabetics and athletes), cosmetics made from natural and organic ingredients, medicinal herbs, food supplements, functional foods and natural remedy products. Finally, the Other Natural Products sector covers environment friendly lifestyles with natural-based home cleaning products and garments, chemical-free furniture and fittings, and products for moments of leisure.
After the resounding success last year with exhibitors and the general public, the Sana Shop will again be a feature of the upcoming show. Set up by BolognaFiere in the tradeshow area, the Shop is open exclusively to Sana exhibitors for the sale of their products.
As in past editions, Sana 2014 will have a broad raft of seminars and conferences offering visitors and exhibitors the opportunity to get an update on what matters most to consumers wanting to eat healthily and use natural products. In 2012, sales of organic products in the European Union amounted to €21.8 billion (source: BÖLW - Bund Ökologische Lebensmittelwirtschaft, 2014). In Italy, sales of organic produce topped €2 billion (+7% on 2011). On the strength of these figures Italy is now the fourth largest organic food market within the EU.
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