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14 PSI 2016 SPECIAL PSI Journal 3/2016 www.psi-network.de TASTING PAVILION GUSTO CULINARY VARIETY IN A NEW GUISE Sampling Sa is certainly the most enjoyable way to familiarise oneself f with new promo promotional tools. That is why the Tasting Pavilion GUSTO enjoys so much popularity pularity that it wa was again ex- tended in its third year and at the same time also redesigned. A place to go for everyone who is looking for something special. The stylish stand in Hall 9 opposite the Competence Area offered space for 12 exhibitors who offered all kinds of delicacies. Everything on offer there had that “special something” and thus everything that makes a successful, promotionally eff fective product: Rare ingredients, imaginative preparations, creative arrangements or packaging and virtually unlimited individuality – freshness and quality included of course. CULINARY JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY With its Lapp & Fao gifts service, the traditional Bremen-based trading company Bremer Feinkost participated at the PSI as a reliable partner for individual food gifts. “We offer the trade a wide range of more than 900 delicatessen products manufactured regionally and internationally. Diverse gift ideas can be developed with lovingly presented and sophisticatedly packaged premium products of well-known brands,” explained Marketing and Sales Manager Philipp Klemeyer. With its vast experience, the company offers tailor-made solutions from a single source, from consulting to professional in-house packaging with great attention to detail to shipping to the customer. A foretaste of the diversity of product and brand worlds was presented at the GUSTO Pavilion. www.lappandfao.com Philipp Klemeyer, Lapp and Fao / Bremer Feinkost

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