Hospitality News Middle East - - HORECA -

Un­der the pa­tron­age of H.E. Lina Annab, HORECA JOR­DAN tri­umphed in at­tract­ing a large num­ber of for­eign firms, who used the show as a gate­way to ac­cess Jor­da­nian and re­gional mar­kets. Ex­hibitors from Bul­garia, Italy, Tur­key, Aus­tralia, UAE, Greece, France, UK, Korea, Ro­ma­nia, Ukraine, Le­banon and KSA, were among those present. The show fur­ther wit­nessed a stream of spe­cial­ized vis­i­tors from abroad, trump­ing pre­vi­ous years.

The renowned Hospi­tal­ity Salon Culi­naire proved to be the event of HORECA, bring­ing to­gether 120 chefs from ho­tels, restau­rants and hos­pi­tals around the coun­try. Com­pe­ti­tions were judged by a panel of lead­ing experts from South Africa, Le­banon, France, Pales­tine, Ger­many, Austria, Egypt, and Switzer­land, headed by the Pres­i­dent of the World As­so­ci­a­tion of Chefs So­ci­ety, Chef Thomas A. Gu­gler.

HORECA JOR­DAN wrapped up on the 10th of Oc­to­ber hav­ing de­liv­ered yet an­other suc­cess­ful edi­tion, with over 10,000 trade vis­i­tors. The three-day event was on par with in­ter­na­tional trade shows, show­cas­ing the lat­est hospi­tal­ity and food­ser­vice trends and in­no­va­tions.

Else­where, the pop­u­lar Al Ameed Cof­fee Barista Com­pe­ti­tion sparked a lot of in­ter­est, with 13 par­tic­i­pants com­pet­ing head-to­head for the ti­tle of Best Barista, while the Bed­mak­ing Com­pe­ti­tion and Ta­ble Set­ting Con­test also drew in large au­di­ences.

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