International Green Week 2023 is open
1400 exhibitors from 60 countries present themselves at the Green Week in Berlin - with organic agriculture and tastings, stage program and a lot of knowledge to take home.
"For consumers, the International Green Week is the showcase of the agriculture and food industry par excellence. Therein lies the great opportunity: because the way we eat has a considerable influence on what agriculture produces and how it produces it. Over the past twelve months, we have set out to make our agriculture more sustainable. In doing so, the rule is: protect to use. But also use to protect. I am looking forward to and curious about my first International Green Week as Minister of Agriculture", says Cem Özdemir, Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture.
Support for Ukraine
"Stand with Ukraine" can be read in many places at Green Week this year. Among other things, the fair supports the country 2023 with an exhibition space in Hall 18, where the photo exhibition "Help Ukraine" can be seen.
Colorful program from insect house to show bakery
Visitors can expect the usual Green Week variety this year: from a splendor of plants in the Flower Hall (2.2), the hall of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (23) and the stand of the Netherlands (18) to animal encounters in the Animal Hall (25 and 26) and at Berlin's largest indoor equestrian event "HIPPOLOGICA" to culinary delights at the Street Food Market (1.2) and in the country halls (5.2, 6.2, 20, 21, 22 and 23). Visitors can discover new creations in Hall 3.2 at the Federal Association of the German Food Industry and the Food Association under the motto "How does the future taste?". Right next door in Hall 3.2, everything revolves around modern agriculture at the German Farmers' Association.
New Green Up Your Life themed area
Hall 27 is home to the new themed area Green Up Your Life. In the ReUse Superstore, several exhibitors will be demonstrating how clothing, furniture or other products can be repurposed and reused through upcycling. The German Forestry Council and the German Hunting Association will also be presenting themselves in Hall 27.
"We're leaving the last two years to the historians", says project manager Lars Jaeger. "We're looking ahead and are excited about the Green Week 2023."