The 85th edition of the Food Fair will take place at the Brussels Expo from October 4th to the 19th
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The 85th edition of the Food Fair will take place at the Brussels Expo from October 4th to the 19th

The 85th edition of the Food Fair will be held from October 4th to the 19th in three different locations at the Brussels Expo.  The 145,000 expected visitors will be able to sample local produce as well new culinary innovations from over 250 exhibitors.   In Palais 5, designated as the “Food palace”, visitors will  be able to discover local and international cuisine through various workshops and cooking classes (“Typically Belgian “, “World Food”, “Health” … ), and also have the opportunity to meet with professional chefs.  The Belgian and European Bakery Championships will also be held on this occasion.

 In Palais 4 and 8, the latest trends in interior design, makeup, jewelry, beauty products will be displayed.  Fashion shows and makeover sessions will also take place. A children’s area will also be available during the weekends and on Wednesdays.

The “Food Experience Days, which will be held from October 8th to the 13th, in Palais 8 “, will explore the nature of high-quality organic and regional brands. The event will yet again include meetings with regional and local producers, demonstrations, and cooking classes. 

October 7th will be “Ladies Day”, a day dedicated entirely to women.  A party, which will continue until 11 PM, will be held on Friday, October 10th.    

Tickets to the exhibition will cost 8 euros for adults (free for children under 12).

(Source: Belga)

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