04 - 07 May 2016
Cairo International Convention and Exhibition Center
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About About Food Africa Cairo

International Flavors Meet World-class Business

Featuring an extensive four-day showcase that covers all the sectors of the food industry, Food Africa - Cairo will provide space not only for the presentation of quality food manufacturers from all over the world, but also a premier meeting place for the food and drinks industry and a vibrant source of products for the African market.

Over just four days, exhibitors will get the chance to meet face to face with thousands of wholesalers, distributors, retailers and other industry professionals, and develop partnerships which will see their products stocked in shops and supermarkets all over Egypt, and the greater African market.

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Facts & Figures

Merchandise Imports (current US$) 69,813,060,000

Market Stats
Food Africa – Official Video

Your Gateway to the African Market

The African food market, which makes a USD 3.3 billion business, is considered to be one of the most important markets in the world. While most of the continent's countries depend on importing a large number of food products to meet the rising demand, top industry players around the world emphasize the need for platforms to discover new business and investment opportunities, interact with major stakeholders, share their vision, and discuss key issues concerning the future of agriculture and food in the African Continent. Food Africa - Cairo, the international trade exhibition for food and beverages serving the African market, comes to serve these needs, and provide an ideal business platform to meet with decision makers from Egypt and other African countries from trade and food industry in one place.

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""We strongly believe that with companies such as IFP setting up shop in Egypt will aid in reinforcing Egypt's position in the international exhibitions map and will aim at placing Egypt as the regional hub for cross boarder exhibitions to serve Africa and Arab countries in all sectors namely food industries and agriculture""

Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour Ex Minister of Industry and Trade, Egypt
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