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Epta France is participating in NATEXPO, a meeting for all professionals of the bio sector, from 20 to 22 October at the Nord Villepinte exhibition centre of Paris, with the Costan, Bonnet Névé and Eurocryor brands (Stand G-140). The 2019 edition of the only French B2B trade fair dedicated to the bio sector is already showing signs of being a record-breaker, with the participation of more than 1,000 exhibitors representing 20 countries and more than 15,000 visitors expected.

Epta France is waiting for you at Salon NatExpo! Come and Experience Bonnet Névé, Costanand Eurocryorsolutions designed for the best presentation of products in organic food stores! ComeSeeUs Stand G-140
Click here to download your free ticket: https://natexpo.com/votre-badge-visiteur-2/

Epta Asia Pacific will star in the 35th edition of Fine Food Australia, the annual show that celebrates the food industry, from 9 to 12 September in Sydney (Stand HT40). With more than 1,000 exhibitors and 23,000 visiting professionals every year, the event is the most important Australian meeting between experts of the food world: a launch pad for the products and the exchange of ideas and innovative techniques.

Maximum flexibility, for high product turnover: Bonnet Névé presents Cosmos ECO Reverse, the new double well island with positive and negative temperature. Promoting a renewed display flexibility, this cabinet is designed to respond to every Retailer’s need and guarantee greater freedom in fitting out the sales floor.

Bonnet Névé integrates Bowl EVO into its range of vertical plug-ins. Available in two versions, Bowl EVO LT is dedicated to the storage and perfect presentation of ice cream and frozen food and Bowl EVO MT is ideal for beverages and fresh products.

The key factors underpinning the new upsurge in proximity stores include their dual purpose of practical usefulness and social function. Increasingly sophisticated shops able to guarantee fast shopping, are responding to changes in the lifestyles of large urban centres.

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