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Africa Food Manufacturing 2021 Exhibition begins in:
Due to COVID-19 Safety Protocols, no badges will be printed and provided at the Live in-person show. You need to register online to get your digital badge (viewable on your smartphone ONLY).
This year, two leading global brands, 'Fi Global' for food ingredients and 'ProPak Exhibitions' for food processing and packaging, will co-locate under their new regional brands, Fi Africa & ProPak MENA, making AFM exhibition a one-stop sourcing platform for the latest and most innovative food and beverage ingredients, packaging, processing, and logistics solutions in Egypt and across Africa.
Over three days, Africa Food Manufacturing and Middle East Food Safety Associates (MEFOSA) will bring the top F&B industry experts to share their knowledge and experience with participants physically and virtually to learn, gather insights about the latest trends and technology, regulations, market gaps and potential market expansions in Africa & the Middle East.
Are you a professional or Academic in the Food manufacturing business?
If you have submitted research or an approved paper and you wish to share it with the food manufacturing industry, here is the perfect place.
Papers accepted :
Food safety, food security, food fraud
F&B technology and disciplines in manufacturing, processing & packaging
Egypt, Middle East or Africa market research, gaps & solutions, trends and statistics
Papers submissions to: [email protected]
Email subject line: AFM2021 Conference Paper Submission
Deadline: 31st July 2021
With more than 200 exhibitors from 20 countries and 4,500+ visitors joining Africa Food Manufacturing physically and virtually over 3 days, the show will provide unique networking opportunities for the F&B community in Africa with the global market through pre-arranged meetings and AI-powered matchmaking.
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The cultivated area in Egypt reached about 8970 thousands acres in 2018 , the agricultural crops are the essential input for the manufacturing of agricultural crops which in turn represents the largest subsector of food processing followed by dairy products , readymade food, mills, oil and fats , natural water and others.
The government will continue to invest in land reclamation projects, increasing the area available for agricultural output.Egypt's sophisticated food processors are creating products and packaging that are high in quality, competitively priced and attractive to global markets.Moreover, food processing sector is one of top export sectors in Egypt.There are several success stories working in Egyptian market in the field of food processing such as Nestle, Americana group , tetra pack and other .
• The government has initiated a number of schemes designed to improve food security in the country on both the production and the consumption fronts.
• The increasing use of genetically modified crops could help to improve output.
• Multinational majors are investing heavily in the country and in the region, which will improve production facilities.
• The government is committed to developing the Sinai Peninsula and is legalizing the status of agricultural farmers and investors in the region.
• Favorable demographics will support strong levels of food consumption out to 2023 and beyond.
The snack market in the Middle East may be small but it is growing at a rapid pace, particularly in the bakery and confectionery sector.
Sugar substitutes and carbonated drinks with reduced sugar remains a continued trend
With shifting lifestyles, consumers are also shifting their eating habits. Traditionl meal times are on the decline and ready-to-eat products are being developed for the region's growing urban population.
The sports and energy drinks market is experiecing an increase both in terms of volume and value growth