Ambiente will have over 2,100 Dining exhibitors on 16 hall levels, bringing together tomorrow’s trends in a world-leading presentation. In 2020 the Dining product group will be the global platform for everything that makes cooking and household chores easier and turns a shared meal into an unforgettable experience. Ranging from treasures in tableware, through innovative kitchen accessories, storage solutions and small electrical appliances to unique hospitality systems, this area will cover all the dining trends of tomorrow, represented by over 2,100 exhibitors on sixteen hall levels.
Hall 1 will feature amazing accessories and textiles for the kitchen, innovative drinks machines, drinks bottles while on the go and gourmet gifts for loved ones, with a line-up which includes Lifetime Brands Europe, German baking specialist Birkmann, New York cult brand Oxo, iconic artisan studio Peugot Saveurs and Canadian cooking brand Trudeau. They will be joined by new exhibitors such as Honeybee Wrap beeswax food wraps, Strawbuddy Sweden with its reed-based drinking straws and young German company Air Up, a beverage tech newcomer with an innovative bottle that adds a bit of taste to water by giving it a fragrance.
A range of exhibitors in Hall 3 will present small electrical gadgets and kitchen appliances, cutting tools, cookware, cutlery and BBQ products, including Kitchen Aid, Smeg, Hurom, Cloer, Ariete, Vitamix, Fissler, Rösle, WMF and Zwilling. Two of this year’s returning exhibitors at Ambiente will be the Korean slow juicer brand Hurom and the traditional German brand Cloer.
What are the answers of the international tableware avant-garde to a world which, gastronomically, is becoming increasingly integrated? How can tableware tell a story? Whether it’s casual or fine dining, Hall 4 with its three levels will have everything that’s worth celebrating through the love for good food. Here you will find German market leaders such as ASA, Leonardo and Ritzenhoff as well as a returning exhibitor, Fiskars, with its brands Iittala and Royal Doulton. Another highlight in Hall 4.0 will be the Dining Talents area where Ambiente 2020 will be putting an even greater emphasis on its expertise in handcrafted products.
Trade visitors looking for tableware treasures in the premium segment will also enjoy Hall 4.1, where they will meet manufacturers such as the Hungarian Herend Porcelain Manufactory, Robbe & Berking, Rosenthal, Villeroy & Boch, Christofle and Zwiesel. In Hall 4.2 trade visitors with a focus on high-volume trade will find everything they need for daily life at the table. This is where well-known international manufacturers of glass, porcelain and ceramics together with cutlery brands will be showcasing their new products.
The new HoReCa Hall 6.0 is a specially created venue with even more specific networking opportunities between high-ranking representatives of leading HoReCa providers and senior decision-makers in the HoReCa industry. This new opportunity at Ambiente 2020 will be seized, in particular, by specialists such as Bauscher, Bonna, RAK, Revol, Schönwald, Steelite, Tafelstern and Zieher.
An intercontinental selection of glass, porcelain, ceramics and melamine dinnerware can be found in Hall 6.1, featuring European brands such as Vista Alegre, Shinepukur Ceramics and KIG Group with their Kopin brand. In Hall 6.2 the focus will be very much on functional dinnerware and table decorations. Ranging from crystal candle holders to table lamps, exhibitors such as Arda Cam and Vidrios San Miguel will be showcasing everything that makes a dining table special. One new feature this year will be a Brazilian joint stand, organised by the non-profit organisation ABUP.
Whether it’s meal prep solutions or storage space for urban habitats, Hall 12 at Ambiente will provide the overall framework for smart storage solutions in the house with brands such as Lock&Lock, Sistema and Alfi. Visitors can also look forward to a wide range of weighing and measuring tools, silicon bakeware and even more storage products.
Covering four hall levels, Global Sourcing in Hall 10 will have a broad spectrum of products for high-volume trade buyers in the dining segment, focusing on table, kitchen and houseware.