The Georgia Department of Agriculture invites Georgia companies to participate in international trade shows during October-November that focus on Africa, Europe and Latin America.

The largest international food show in the world, ANUGA, is to take place in Cologne, Germany, Oct. 8-12. The Georgia department will have a booth at the show and is accepting product samples from Georgia food companies to be displayed at the booth. The only cost involved would be the shipment of products and brochures to Germany. Contact Corry de Wit at the department’s European office at or 011-32-2-647-1815.

The Southern U.S. Trade Association, along with the Santiago Agricultural Trade Office, will exhibit at the Chile ExpoRetail Trade Show in Santiago, Chile, Oct. 11-14. Georgia companies that would like to ship their snack foods, sauces, syrups, bakery mixes or condiments to be showcased in the SUSTA booth may do so for a fee of $250. For more information, contact Erica Skrine with the Georgia Department of Agriculture at or (404) 656-3740.

Georgia companies can present their products to the Israeli market through “American Month,” a processed food and non-food product show hosted by the Foreign Agriculture Service’s Tel Aviv, Israel, office and the largest supermarket chain in Israel, SuperSal, in November. Contact Gilad Shachar at (972)-3-519-7324 or or visit

An Africa trade show, “Flavors of Africa,” is to be held Nov. 10-13 at the Cobb Galleria. Erica Skrine, trade specialist at the Georgia Department of Agriculture, is to be a panelist. Some 53 African countries will display foods, arts and crafts. Visit or call (770) 982.1000 for more information.

The annual Americas Food and Beverage show is to be held Nov. 19-20 in Miami. The deadline to register is Friday, Sept. 30. Georgia companies are invited to exhibit at the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s pavilion during this show that targets buyers from Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information, visit or call Gregory Higgins at (404) 656-3740.