Since 1955, the Fancy Food Shows have been North America’s largest specialty food and beverage marketplace. Between the Winter Show in San Francisco and the Summer Show in New York City, the Specialty Food Association events bring in more than 40,000 attendees from more than 80 countries and regions to see 260,000 innovative specialty food products, such as confections, cheese, coffee, snacks, spices, ethnic, natural, organic and more.
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Goya was started in a small storefront in Lower Manhattan, New York, catering to local Hispanic families by distributing Spanish foods such as olives, olive oil and sardines. Driven by the belief that there was a growing consumer market for high-quality, fresh-tasting, Latino foods, the Unanues infused their personal philosophy throughout the company.
This commitment to excellence is the cornerstone of Goya’s popular credo, “If it’s Goya, it has to be good”. The result of this simple, yet deeply resonant pledge is the evolution of Goya Foods into a leader in the Latin American food industry, with operations spanning the globe.
Throughout its history, all of Goya Foods 3,000 dedicated employees have helped build the company’s solid reputation as the leading authority on Hispanic food.
Whether presenting consumers with the finest products from the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain, Central and South America, the Goya brand has insured quality for multiple generations of satisfied consumers.
Goya Foods remains firm in its commitment to being the brand of choice for authentic Latino cuisine while retaining its family-oriented approach to its consumers, all of whom comprise La Gran Familia Goya.
New York City is about to get a bit sweeter this week with the opening of the world famous New York Chocolate Show celebrating its 15th Anniversary from Friday, November 9 through Sunday, November 11.
Presented by Event International, the New York Chocolate Show is the largest show completely dedicated to chocolate in all its forms in the United States.
On 4,000 sq. of exhibition, this event hosts more than 15,000 visitors, journalists, and professionals with some 150 participants.
The best chocolatiers and pastry chefs from America and abroad gather together to present their savoir-faire and talent to the public.
Every year, the Chocolate Show is also dotted with special events, celebrations, and performances.
World Liberty TV had the pleasure of interviewing the following companies at the Chocolate show 2012: ECLAT Chocolate, Oliver Kita Chocolates, Karina Amaluisa, Trade Commissioner of Ecuador in New York, The Five Almonds, Aigner Chocolates, The Grenada Chocolate Company, Magnolia’s Fudge & Gift Shoppe, OverSeas Food Trading LTD, John & Kira’s, Roni-Sue’s Chocolates, and Mariebelle New York.
The 110th American International Toy Fair to New York City. One of the largest shows among its industry, Toy Fair showcases exhibits from over 1,000 manufacturers, distributors, importers and sales agents and features more than 150,000 innovative playthings. The show will host more than 31,000 professionals from nearly 100 countries, including 23 of the Top 25 Toy Sellers in the U.S. Toy Fair is expected to generate 17,000 hotel room-nights and $29.2 million in economic impact for the City.
Cars 2 is a 2011 American computer-animated action comedy spy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film is the sequel to the 2006 film Cars. In the film, race car Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) and tow truck Mater (voiced by Larry the Cable Guy) head to Japan and Europe to compete in the World Grand Prix, but Mater becomes sidetracked with international espionage. The film is directed by John Lasseter, co-directed by Brad Lewis, written by Ben Queen, and produced by Denise Ream.
Here you will see some of the vendors and exhibitors we interviewed at the Toy Show 2011. Never seen Toys made their World Premiere at this great show. Be the first to see these toys and the people behind them.
About the American International Toy Fair
Toy Fair is an annual event that is owned and operated by the Toy Industry Association (TIA). The largest toy trade show in the Western Hemisphere, the show brings together more than 1,000 exhibiting manufacturers, distributors, importers and sales agents to showcase an estimated 150,000 toy and entertainment products to 7,000+ unique retail outlets from 100 countries.
About the Toy Industry Association (TIA)
TIA is the not-for-profit trade association representing all businesses involved in creating and bringing toys and youth entertainment products to kids of all ages, representing more than 600 companies who account for approximately 85% of domestic toy sales. Toy safety is the number one priority for the toy industry. TIA has a long history of leadership in toy safety and works with government, consumers and industry on ongoing programs to ensure safe and fun play.
World Liberty TV’s team was on hand to interview the new and unique toys to hit the market this coming season; see the new Toys and what the vendors had to say.
See exclusive interviews with the vendors at the Toy Show 2013, here on our World Liberty TV Toys and Games Review Channel
Schoenhut is a famous company known for making toy pianos, as well as other cheaper, child-friendly versions of musical instruments such as xylophones, ukuleles, banjos, and guitars. They were founded in the late 1800s by Albert Schoenhut, a German emigrant to the United States of America. The unique metal-bar-based design of the pianos made them a huge success, and this has paved the way for further innovative craftsmanship over scores of years.
At the New York International Toy Fair in 2013, they presented stylish and convenient new versions of their classic toy pianos and other musical playthings.
World Liberty TV was on hand and had the pleasure of seeing Hannah Reimann play many of the Schoenhut Toy Pianos as we taped her live for Our World Liberty TV Games & Toys Channel.
The Summer 2012 New York International Gift Fair® (NYIGF®) was in New York City, a wholesale industry event with more than 2800 exhibitors from around the world, and 35,000 attendees from 80 countries and all 50 states. The 163rd semi-annual market, which is the city’s largest tradeshow, is expected to generate more than 21,000 room-nights and $17.2 million in economic impact for New York. The NYIGF begins on Saturday, August 18, and runs through Wednesday, August 22, filling the City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, including for the first time, the renovated Javits Galleria, and Passenger Ship Terminal Piers 92 and 94.
“The NYIGF is the nation’s premiere market for gifts, home and lifestyle for a reason – its design-driven products reflect current and coming trends and offer a preview of what will be in stores during this holiday shopping season,” says George Fertitta, CEO of NYC & Company.
“As the biggest trade show, we are thrilled to welcome the NYIGF to back New York, expected to bring more than 35,000 people to city, generating $17.2 million in economic growth and an estimated 21,000 hotel room nights.”
More than 100,000 products presented by NYIGF exhibitors are “Driven by Design,” with 400+ categories of design-driven and fashion forward gift, home and lifestyle merchandise. The 35,000 retailers attending the NYIGF will be stocking their shelves with products that consumers will see in the stores during the 4th quarter.
World Liberty TV’s team was on hand to showcase hundreds of new products, seen for the first time at The Summer New York International Gift Show 2012.
The following Vendors were interviewed with their products:
Rudolph and Me Inc., Eric Miga Marketing
Naxos Music Publishing Company- Sean Hickey, National Sales & Business Development MGR
Klipped Kippahs- Jon Kaweblum, President
Back Alley Traders: Yale Gordon, Senior VP
Wild Berry, Premium Hand-Dipped Incense: Kriss Reppert ,Sales Executive
The World’s Thinnest Wallet: Adam Muscat ,General Manager
Herb’ N’ Bee Garden: Jennifer Gibson , President
World Liberty TV’s Team interviewed many vendors with new products to hit the market in the coming months.
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