Fair “Conbak Expo Balkan” in Belgrade, the largest fair of bakery and confectionery industry in Southeast Europe, will present rotary, floor and tunnel ovens, pizza pizza, professional equipment for restaurants, refrigeration and thermal appliances, machines for decorating cakes and making floral arrangements, , bread mixes, ice cream mixes and ice cream showcases.

This fair is perfectly complementary to Packtech Expo Balkan, which is the largest packaging and packaging fair in Southeast Europe. Horizontal, vertical and tilting packers, fillers for powder and grain products, “X machines” for packaging and cellophane, paper, cardboard and net packaging, packaging lines will be found at this fair, and together, these manifestations give the opportunity to many small and bigger businessmen to develop their business.

WHEN: 18 – 20 September, 2018.

WHAT: International Trade Fair for Bakery, Chocolate, Patisserie & Ice Cream Machinery and Technology


Serbian cuisine is the kitchen of the Balkan state of Serbia, which shares the characteristics of other Balkan countries. Although turbulent historical events influenced the nutrition of the people, so each region has its own specificities and differences. Saving food is an integral part of Serbian tradition and culture. In Serbia, it is usual to eat 3 times a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), with the remark that the most important and often the most extensive meal is lunch.

The specialties you need to taste in Serbia are burek, gibanica, grilled meat, roasting, Karađorđ’s steak, sarma, goulash, džulek, moussaka, shrimp, čvarci, kajmak, prosciutto, sour milk.

Soft drinks, due to the abundance of quality fruit and mineral water sources in Serbia, produce a large number of quality juices and carbonated and non-carbonated mineral waters. Characteristic is the local drink called boza, which is made of corn and yeast. Yeast is also a non-alcoholic substitute for beer. In Serbia, coffee is very popular, which is called Turkish or Black. Although less popular, tea is also consumed, as is yogurt and kefir.

Alcoholic beverages are present in Serbian cuisine, primarily traditional Serbian brandy – plum brandy. The production of beer and wine is also very present. Brandy from different fruits (medicinal fruits and grass) is produced.

Drinking coffee is a multi-time tradition in Serbia, so you should not miss your local coffee with baklava, vanilla or rachas locum, while friendly hosts in your homes will first offer you sweet and water.

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