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23 August 2022, 12:56

Belarusian Belgospishcheprom to be featured at VDNKh in Moscow

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MINSK, 23 August (BelTA) - Belgospishcheprom will showcase its brands in the renovated Belarus pavilion at the All-Russian Exhibition Center VDNKh in Moscow, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian food industry Belgospishcheprom concern.

The renovated National Pavilion of Belarus will open at VDNKh in Moscow on 23 August. Many pleasant surprises have been prepared for visitors and participants of the event. Belarus' First Deputy Prime Minister Nikolai Snopkov, Ambassador of Belarus to Russia Dmitry Krutoi, Deputy Chairman of Belgospishcheprom Aleksandr Yakovchits will take part in the launch ceremony.

The pavilion has radically changed its format. The Belarusian brands are now featured in a single design style. Many of them are well known to Russians and enjoy well-deserved love: from cosmetics, clothing and food to equipment produced by the Belarusian industry flagships.

Belgospishcheprom will showcase its leading enterprises: Krasny Pishchevik, Slodych, Kommunarka, Spartak, Malorita Canning and Vegetable Drying Plant, Gamma Vkusa, and Minsk Margarine Plant.

"The pavilion will welcome visitors with the best goods produced in our country. It will present a wide line-up of Pushcha chocolates, President chocolate, oatmeal cookies Slodych, organic juices, Bobruisk apple pastille, a cream-honey, halva, a set of marshmallows Roza. Visitors will be able to taste handmade zefir, a zefir cake, and buy souvenir sets," the concern said.

The renovated pavilion at VDNKh presents the best things from Belarus in the heart of Russia. The exposition features Belarusian food and light industry enterprises, the equipment produced by the enterprises affiliated with the Industry Ministry, the country's tourist potential, recuperation and health resort treatment and high-tech medical care opportunities.

It is important that the renovated pavilion will become not just a point of attraction for Muscovites and guests of the Russian capital, but a true calling card of modern Belarus and a platform for building business ties, establishing trade relations, holding exhibition events.

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