13 - 16 February 2019 // Nuremberg, Germany

See how successful BIOFACH 2017 was


BIOFACH 2017 - Review in figures and pictures

2.793 exhibitors (258 of these were at VIVANESS, International Trade Fair for Natural and Organic Personal Care), 51,453 trade visitors from 129 countries (incl. VIVANESS) and an extensive supporting programme with the world's biggest organic congress: At BIOFACH, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Organic Food, trade visitors sourced information on current developments in the organic food sector. Successful networking was guaranteed thanks to the many experts present.

The Best New Product Award, which selects outstanding product developments, as well as the Grand International Organic Wine Award MUNDUS VINI BIOFACH were awarded again in 2017 and visitors of BIOFACH selected the best olive oils for the Olive Oil Award.

Take a look at the highlights of BIOFACH 2017 and be there again in 2018!


Dr. Felix Prinz zu Löwenstein

Chairman of the German Federation of the Organic Food Industry (BÖLW)

"The exhibition centre became a lively international market place dominated by impressed exhibitors and visitors in aisles of BIOFACH. The fact that this trade fair is attended by a number of top political, administrative and diplomatic corps representatives means it has become one of the main places for debates concerning the future of the food and organic farming industries. With Germany appearing as the country of the year, the German organic enterprises at the exhibition were able to highlight their abilities in the areas of innovation and sustainability in a special way."

Markus Arbenz

Managing director of BIOFACH's international patron, IFOAM – Organics International

"It's been a record year for the organic sector and a record year for BIOFACH! The trade fair reflects the great mood in the industry excellently. It is where attention is drawn to the topics that affect the professionals in production, trade, services and politics and that people have to be aware of if they want to be successful with organic products. For both Germany and the rest of the world, organic farming is a tool that can be used to achieve the UN's global Sustainable Development Goals, which are officially supported by most countries."

Petra Wolf

Member of NürnbergMesse's management board

"After four successful days at the two exhibitions, we and the organic industry are pleased that there was a great atmosphere in the halls and that those who came were able to meet high-quality contacts. As well as by the country of the year Germany, plenty of inspiration was provided by the STADTLANDBIO (CITYCOUNTRYORGANIC) congress and the varied programme entitled NUREMBERG THE ORGANIC CITY. We’re already looking forward to the next edition of the exhibition duo and seeing all the market players for BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2018."

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Fotos: Käse/Cheese © Daniel Sax, Beeren/Berries © Daniel Sax, Lächelnder Aussteller/Smiling exhibitor © Daniel Sax, Olivenöl/Olive oil © Daniel Sax, Wok © Daniel Sax