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Frostkrone to Showcase Latest Finger Foods at PLMA

May 9, 2019

Frostkrone will showcase some of its newest products to PLMA in Amsterdam, which will take place between May 21-22. The company’s new Lava Bites and Crack ‘N’ Cheese Cubes finger foods have been selected by PLMA and will be put on display in the New Product Expo – Idea Supermarket Area. “This year’s PLMA is […]


PLMA 2019 World of Private Lebel Opens Its Gates Next Month

April 25, 2019

PLMA’s 2019 “World of Private Label” will be held between 21-22 May at RAI Exhibition Center in Amsterdam, and 15,000 trade professionals from 120 countries are expected to attend. This year’s theme is “Listen to the Buzz”. This motto highlights the thousands of conversations that will be taking place on the trade show floor between […]


Kanaki to Showcase Filo Pastry at PLMA

April 18, 2019

Kanaki has been offering the No.1 Filo Pastry in Greece for more than 30 years. At PLMA 2019, Kanaki will present, along with its frozen range, a chilled Filo Pastry with a shelf life of 90 days. During the New Product Expo, the PLMA committee has selected the Kanaki Mini Filo Rolls assorted pack of […]

PLMA 2019

Shoppers Demand More Private Labels

April 17, 2019

More than 15,000 trade professionals from 120 countries are expected to attend PLMA’s 2019 “World of Private Label” International Trade Show, that will be held 21-22 May at the RAI Exhibition Centre here. By Dan Orehov The theme for this year’s “World of Private Label” International Trade Show is “Listen to the Buzz”. It highlights […]

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