Regional flavours from the north of Germany
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania attracts visitors with game products and beer specialities - the start-up stand from Lower Saxony, on the other hand, is putting on an innovative show: Have you ever tried tea as a tablet or lupin coffee? The two Nordic regions have once again secured their place at the Grüne Woche and visitors can sample their way through the range.
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania's scenic attractions include the Baltic Sea and the Müritz - at the Grüne Woche, the state will also be presenting its culinary side in Hall 5.2b. "Food and drink keep body and soul together and nobody should be indifferent to what's on their plate," says Minister of Agriculture Dr Till Backhaus for 2024. "With this in mind, I am convinced that the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Hall will once again be one of the crowd-pullers at next year's Grüne Woche. Guests can look forward to familiar and new delicacies: In addition to game products, fish and sausage and beer specialities from high-profile companies, there will once again be a number of smaller suppliers who will be taking part in the Grüne Woche for the first time."
Tea in tablet form, organic mustard made from mustard seeds from Lower Saxony, lupin coffee - there are all kinds of handmade products to try at the startup stand of the Lower Saxony Innovation Centre. Those who prefer a meaty flavour can also get pulled pork or pulled chicken sandwiches refined with special oils made from camelina or poppy seeds in Hall 20. These are of course also made from the farm's own seeds. Fans of the "milk bar" will also find what they are looking for this year. There are also special potato snacks such as potato sushi to savour.