– visitors to the international green week in berlin can currently taste the culinary delights and inimitable specialties that the free state has to offer. For many, the almost 2400-square-meter bayernhalle under the radio tower has long been one of the main attractions of the world's largest food fair.
High-ranking visitors at the stand
Among the women's blue hustle and bustle: the horseradish specialties of the traditional company schamel from baiersdorf in the district of erlangen-hochstadt. Agriculture minister helmut brunner stopped by the central franconian "schmankerlbotschaftern" on his tour of the fair and, together with junior manager matthias schamel and stand manager willi wartenberg, beat the drum for the spicy root. Included: the bavarian horseradish queen maria I.
According to brunner, the green week is an ideal opportunity to attract thousands of visitors to the culinary and tourist highlights of bavaria. "We want to give vacation guests a taste of what we have to offer and boost sales of our products", according to the minister. This year, around 40 producers of delicacies and specialties from all regions of bavaria as well as 15 regional tourism associations and provider communities of "vacation on the farm" will ensure this.
Furthermore, 50 music and costume groups with a total of more than 1,000 participants show around the clock how music is played, danced, lived and celebrated in the south of germany.
And in the future bavarian beer garden there is not only food and drink, but also pure bavarian joie de vivre. "We celebrate bavaria is therefore the logical motto in the bavarian hall, in keeping with the 100-year anniversary of the free state of bavaria.
If you are still interested in visiting the baiersdorfer at the fair: the green week continues until the 28th. January. The halls were open from 10 a.M. To 6 p.M. For those who want to plan for the longer term, this international trade show will be held in 2019 from 18. Until the 27th. January instead.