Key topic: Gourmet foods

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Delicatessen products complement butcher's counters and give every shop the extra touch. In addition to finding out about topics such as shop fittings and machinery, you can also find plenty inspiration on how to expand your range with attractive products.

A good meal should always be accompanied by a good wine. A fine wine selection therefore perfectly complements a butcher's offer. Regionality is of ever-growing importance, so the excellent Württemberg Pinot Noir or Stauferico and fine Riesling wines close the circle to the delicious Swabian-Haellian Land Pig. Local game specialities paired with Lembergers matured in wooden barrels also belong together on the fine table, as does a Trollinger-Lemberger with a vespers board or Swabian ravioli. The Fellbacher Weingärtner cooperative will bring a choice selection of their more than 80 grape products to SÜFFA. The traditional and much-awarded wine growers’ cooperative invites visitors to taste their distinguished products.

The first products that Viani imported from Italy to Germany, were fresh truffles and truffles for meat processing companies. The Viani family business has been active in the truffle trade since 1973. Over the years, their range of delicatessen with a focus on Italian artisan foods and wines has grown to over 2,500 products, a selection of which will be presented at SÜFFA.

Fine food goes hand in hand with fine packaging. Erich Baumeister GmbH has been involved in the areas of bundling, finishing and packaging since 1964. At SÜFFA, a wide variety of textile loops in a wide range of colors, thicknesses and sizes for the delicatessen sector will be on show to trade visitors.