The 22nd edition of Horeca at BIEL. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Hundreds of professionals from the hospitality and food service industry flocked Monday to the BEIRUT International Exhibition and Leisure Center, where more than 300 exhibitors from across Lebanon, the MENA region and Europe showcased their products.In its 22nd edition, HORECA, one of the region's largest hospitality and food services exhibitions, featured three shows comprising the International trade Show for the Hospitality and Food service Industries, the International Trade Show for the Food Industry and the Beirut International Wine and Drinks fair. The exhibition, like in previous years, attracted interest from both big and small players in the hospitality industry.Eighteen Turkish companies have joined HORECA this year, Turkey's Ambassador to Lebanon Suleiman Inan Oz Yildiz told The Daily Star during his visit to the exhibition.
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