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13.09.2019

HostMilano2019: sign-up and attend to Faribon show cooking organized every day at Omas booth

HostMilano 2019 is coming. Sign-up for the event to ensure you the entrance and attend to Faribon show cooking. Every day fined dishes will be prepared on site by live flour milling.

It’s almost clear. HostMilano is the most anticipated event of the hospitality sector, with a mix of meetings, masterclasses, presentations and show cooking starring the domestic and professional mill Faribon 600.

Host is a unique opportunity to find out the latest news from hospitality sector, from pastry to furniture for food&beverage sector, from bakery to the art of ice cream.

Host is also an excellent springboard for innovations like Faribon that will attract the interest of all the attenders, thanks to its innumerable technological features. A professional mill, one of a kind, that separates bran from flour in only one step. It’s a necessary appliance for all the commercial activities that believe in foods quality, authenticity and genuineness.

An amazing surprise is reserved for the attenders: at Faribon booth, during the event will be prepared on site  tasty dishes with flour milled by Faribon. A unique opportunity to see the professional mill in operation and to notice its great potentialities.

Considering the massive participation of the previous editions, Host  has dedicated a section of its website for the online registration in order to buy and book daily or multiple tickets.  Alternatively it’s also possible to register online with the personal invitation code, thus avoiding long queues.

Hall 4, booth T54 – U53 from 18 to 22 October 2019, FieraMilano: reserve for participation to Host and enjoy the delicious dishes prepared with Faribon!

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