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Vologda Region is taking part in "Golden Autumn", Russian Agricultural Exhibition online.

08.10.2020 11:19

Vologda Region is taking part in "Golden Autumn",  Russian Agricultural Exhibition online.

The 22nd Russian Agricultural Exhibition Golden Autumn 2020 is held from the 7th of October till 10th of October 2020 online.

The Golden Autumn is the main Agricultural Forum of the Russian Federation keeping the best traditions of the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition and developing the modern technologies of the exhibition business in the area of industrial agriculture.

The exhibition is organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.

This year more than 411 exhibitors from Russian regions participate in the exhibition. The exhibition shows the contemporary Russian agriculture market with its changes and its prospects on the international food market.

The Golden Autumn Russian Agricultural platform was developed as an anti-crisis measure in the current pandemic. The online platform is open to everyone who represents agriculture and related industries in Russia and abroad. Participants of this online platform will be able to access the basic options for promoting their products and services, networking, educational content and other opportunities. Visitors can familiarize online with manufacturers of their interest.

The Vologda Oblast demonstrates the quality and environmental friendliness of the top-quality Vologda products made with local raw materials and using traditional methods - dairy products, world famous Vologda butter, wild and garden berries, mushrooms, vegetables, honey and herbal tea. Virtual visitors to the country's largest agrobusiness exhibition will be able to see the greatest possible range of agricultural products.

Visit the Golden Autumn Russian Agricultural platform

International and Interregional Cooperation, Agriculture, Department of Agriculture and Food Stocks

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