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In light of the current travel restrictions, and after careful consideration and close consultation with our stakeholders, exhibitors and partners in the industry, we are rescheduling our event planned for 11-13 October 2020 at Cairo International Convention Centre to 2021 at Egypt International Exhibition Centre, to ensure a larger range of international participants. We are still looking into alternative dates for the show to make sure we find the best possibility to host the event in Cairo. We will, of course, continue to keep you informed as revised details are announced.
We trust that you understand we are doing everything we possibly can to keep the interests of all our customers and partners at the heart of our decisions.
We look forward to welcoming you back next year.
Africa Food Manufacturing will be organized in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standards. As the world’s leading events organizer, Informa has developed a detailed set of enhanced measures to provide the highest levels of hygiene and safety at its events, providing everyone with reassurance and confidence they are participating in a safe and controlled environment.
Africa Food manufacturing is presenting the second webinar of its webinar series on "Food Safety & Security Challenges during the Current Pandemic", joined by 3 of the top food safety & security experts in the MENA region who will share their views on how to improve food safety and what the industry has learned in that matter during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have brought together three of the food packaging industry leaders in the world and the region to share their views on the role of packaging in a pandemic through a live webinar.
Confectionery is undergoing a “chocolate renaissance,” according to chocolatier Theobroma Chocolat. The company details an uptick in product launches containing nutritionally functional, indulgent ingredients, tailored to fit specific dietary needs, such as keto.
Packaging demand across the world reached US$917.1bn in 2019 and is expected to grow in the coming four years, according to the latest data from industry analyst Smithers.
KHS Group has introduced a new paper technology that provides an alternative to shrink film or wrap-around cartons for cans. The company’s Innopack Kisters tray packers can wrap cans of food and beverages in paper.
Citri-Fi® citrus fiber provides water holding and emulsification properties that benefit natural ice cream. This ice cream ingredient replaces chemical emulsifiers and stabilizers which shortens and cleans up food labeling. As a result, frozen desserts using citrus fiber maintain a smooth texture and full body.
From the past few decades, the demand for natural colors in domestics and the industrial applications is rising enormously. The major players in the market are more focusing on the extractions of the new colors from the natural raw material sources to ensure the safety and health benefits.
The high cost of keeping products in cold storage and not selling to customers is impacting producers and wholesalers alike. The decline in demand for frozen potatoes is sticky to the restrictions in place for the time being and those in the industry, can see this trial to time to pioneer operations into a more sustainable frontier.
20 May 2020
As plant-based product launches continue to diversify, there is a rising expectation from consumers that yogurt and dessert alternatives should taste as good as dairy.
Source: Food Ingredients First
Egypt’s central location, large consumer base, and an impressive reform program are attracting growing interest from the global food and beverage sector.
Source: Fi Africa
9 April 2020
As the global coronavirus pandemic continues to run rampant, across the world packaged goods are in high demand. PKN asked World Packaging Organisation president Pierre Pienaar to share his views on the role of packaging in a pandemic.
Source: Packaging News
13 March 2020
The novel corona-virus pandemic is already affecting global food supply chains, availability of ingredients, and revenues across many parts of the industry. What are some of the major impacts, and what can food companies do to mitigate its effects?
Source: Fi Global Insights
Food supply chains now cross multiple national borders. Good collaboration between governments, producers, and consumers helps ensure food safety.
It takes several steps to get food from the farm or fishery to the dining table. We call these steps the food production chain. Contamination can occur at any point along the chain—during production, processing, distribution, or preparation. Understanding where and how it can happen makes prevention easier.
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
22 March 2019
You may have noticed people using the terms ‘food hygiene’ and ‘food safety’ interchangeably and wondered whether there’s a difference between the two. While they do overlap, they’re not directly interchangeable from a compliance perspective. Therefore, it’s important to recognize the difference between food hygiene and food safety.
Source: High Speed Training (HUB)
13 November 2014
In order to identify hazards and control them before they threaten the safety of food and the health of customers, food businesses implement food safety management systems based on the principles of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points). However, there are three basic principles that prevent the introduction of food safety hazards in food.