Trade Center Amsterdam is opening up a new food hall for trade, with food, drinks and other goods being brought in from all over the world.
The new space is currently home to the Dutch Food and Drink Expo.
The center, which is expected to open in September, will be one of the largest food centers in the world, as it is home to over 30,000 people, including food producers, restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops.
The space is part of the “Dutch Food Trade Center” initiative, which was launched by the Netherlands in 2018 to promote international trade and innovation in the food and beverage industry.
The trade center was previously home to one of Amsterdam’s biggest supermarkets, The Market, which also serves food, wine, and spirits.
The Netherlands is home the largest number of food export facilities in Europe, with an estimated 200,000 products and 150,000 employees in the country’s five major cities.
It also boasts one of Europe’s largest food processing plants, which processes about $6 billion in food a year.
According to the company, the trade center is one of only two centers in Europe with the capacity to host over 40,000 food and drink exports each year.
The Dutch Food Trade Centre is expected expand to a total of eight food halls by 2020.
The company also plans to add more food halls to the center, with the goal of adding a food hall every other week by 2020, and eventually reaching more than 50 food halls in the center by 2020 and becoming the largest and most global food hub in Europe.
The first food hall to open up in the Netherlands is expected in September 2018, with plans to open more food and drinks halls by 2019.
In addition to expanding the trade space to accommodate new trade, the center also aims to increase the quality of food products in the market.
It plans to expand its food warehouse by bringing more goods into the warehouse, with more than 20,000 kilograms of food being moved into the facility in 2020.