NutriFair is Denmark's specialised trade fair for livestock producers. The fair had its debut in 2012, which was the first time for a specialized exhibition focused on products for indoor mechanization, feed and animal welfare for the agricultural industry.
NutriFair is a targeted exhibition with focus on expertise and professionalism, and you are guranteed to meet the right people. The visitors are decision makers and key persons from the agriculture, who attend with a view to establishing new contacts and to make deals.
The trade fair put current knowledge on the agenda. In addition to traditional exhibition stands, the fair also offers a strong conference program with very current and interesting lectures of professional characters.
NutriFair is arranged by MESSE C in Fredericia in close cooperation with a number of the leading players from the industry. A strong trade fair comittee, close relations to trade organisations and a dynamic dialogue with the media, exhibitors and the visitors make the subject level of the exhibition increasing every year.
NutriFair was created in a collaboration between several major Danish companies in the agricultural industry. They wanted to create a trade fair that differed from the others - both by virtue of its professional participants and visitors, but also through a completely different framework that could create plenty of time and space to form new, good connections and presence among the participants.
Behind NutriFair is the creative forces of the Trade Fair Committee, which since the first trade fair in 2011 has ensured a good and professional environment at NutriFair, which invites immersion and trusting conversations between skilled professionals.
The trade Fair committee consists of some of the original members from the beginning of NutriFair, who laid the building blocks for a trade fair that still maintains a focus on presence and specialization. Mixed with both new and young members who have joined the committee. Their contribution helps to ensure open and different perspectives on the continuously developing and growing trade fair.
Morten Biel Andersen