“Penza Brand” and “Surskaya Fair” expositions unite about 90 participants
Penza, 12 October 2016. PenzaNews. 86 manufacturers and entrepreneurs, rendering various services, became participants of the “Penza Brand” and “Surskaya Fair” expositions that started their work in the center of choreography on Wednesday, October 12.
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During the opening ceremony, the symbolic red ribbon was cut by the vice mayor Andrei Shevchenko, the regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairman Vladimir Podobed and the head of the office of goods market and licensing management of the Ministry of Agriculture Nina Bogach.
Vladimir Podobed noted that the commission is working at the 16th “Penza brand” interregional exhibition to assess goods quality for assigning merit labels.
“There is a number of indicators of product compliance. Getting such a title is a kind of testament to the quality. We have had enough of imported goods, there is growing demand for Russian goods, and the products of Penza enterprises are quality, good, and decent,” he emphasized.
The chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that the results of the competition will be known at 12.00 on Friday, October 14.
Vladimir Podobed also noted that some manufacturers agreed to participate in the weekend fair in GPZ-24 residential area.
“Penza Brand” and “Surskaya Fair” are planned to last for three days. In the center of choreography there is presented food, household goods, cosmetics, clothing, home appliances, planting trees, as well as various services.
One can purchase products not only from the Penza region, but also Moscow, Togliatti, Yaroslavl, Saratov, Vladimir, Perm, Lipetsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Tula, Volgograd, and Saransk.
Tastings are organized at the fair. In particular, one can taste pelmeni, dairy products, alcoholic beverages, oils, and nuts.
In addition, some participants of the exhibition organized promotions and prize draws for buyers. For instance, one could get a holiday package from “Berezovaya Roscha” health resort.
Lively interest among buyers was raised by stands “Fisherman of Kamchatka,” where caviar, salted, smoked and dried fish, as well as “Aromas of Taiga” were sold, where one could buy nuts, berries, mushrooms and meat, including venison, boar and elk.