Zamora, Ecuador – (02 June, 2022) The Inca Trail will be exhibiting at the 2022 Summer Fancy Food Show, June 12-14, located at the Jacob K. Javits Center, New York, NY. The Inca Trail will showcase its new dried crunchy shrimp and Andean cheese products in Booth #6753
“The 2022 Summer Fancy Food Show will be our first in-person Show in New York in more than three years, and we are excited to have The Inca Trail exhibiting,” said Bill Lynch, president, Specialty Food Association. “We are also overwhelmed by the positive response and sign-ups we have been receiving, and anticipate that the Show will be sold out! The $170.4 billion specialty food industry continues to grow, and I can’t wait to see our members and taste their fantastic products at the Show.”
The largest East Coast B2B-only specialty food industry show, it will feature sampling
of specialty foods and beverages from around the world; education programming; hot trends from the SFA Trendspotter Panel 2022 Predictions; What’s New and What’s Hot showcases; category-focused pavilions, Startup Pavilion; Incubator Village; Leadership and Lifetime Achievement Awards; international and national pavilions, and 2022 sofi™ Awards winners.
“We expect to charm US clients with innovative and delicious Ecuadorian snacks and natural products. The mission for our first Fancy Foods show is to present unique value-added foods made from quality ingredients of the green rainforest area of South America. I represent the area with a great potential where we sum up the quality of ingredients, diverse community of farmers, and modern technology for processing and packaging.,” said Evgeny Roginskiy, the managing owner of The Inca Trail. “Can’t wait to see other incredible products, share our vision from Zamora, Ecuador and listen comments from the best of the best in the industry.”
Presented by the Specialty Food Association, 2022 The Summer Fancy Food Show is a trade-only event. To register, please visit specialtyfood.com
About The Inca Trail
The Inca Trail was founded in 2019 by Evgeny Roginskiy.
Located in Zamora, Ecuador, the company’s philosophy about the natural snacks sourced from local ingredients is to preserve the best flavors from the Amazonian rainforest region for the most demanding tastes. Using famous Ecuadorian shrimp or unique Andean cheese and different drying methods, the company’s inspiration and focus is making Zamora a region of origin for signature gourmet food products. Future plans include closer cooperation with local communities with a purpose of farming endemic spices and herbs to include in new products and flavors. More information can be found at www.incatrailfoods.com.
About the Specialty Food Association
The Specialty Food Association (SFA) has been the leading trade association and source of information about the $170.4 billion specialty food industry for 70 years. Founded in 1952 in New York City, the SFA represents manufacturers, importers, retailers, distributors, brokers, and others in the trade. The SFA is known for its Fancy Food Shows; the sofi™ Awards, which have honored excellence in specialty food and beverage for 50 years; the Trendspotter Panel Show reports and annual predictions; the State of the Specialty Food Industry Report and Today’s Specialty Food Consumer research; the ecommerce enabled SFA Product Marketplace, where members showcase products and sell directly to qualified buyers; SFA Feed, the daily source for industry news, trends and new product information, and Spill & Dish: A Specialty Food Association Podcast.
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