(MENAFN- Brazilian-Arab News Agency (ANBA))
São Paulo – Brazilian companies intending to participate as importers in Food Africa, a food fair in Cairo from December 12 to 14, must register with the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) by October 31. The institution convenes the interested parties, supporting the Egyptian economic and commercial office in São Paulo. Applicants could be selected for the show’s Hosted Buyer program, which entitles them to benefits such as hotel accommodation during the show.
According to information disclosed by the office, the Egyptian Ministry of Industry and Trade, in cooperation with the organizers of the event and an association that brings together the country’s food exporters, would like to receive importers from different segments, such as than fruits, especially dates. ; and frozen foods, chocolates, cheeses, vegetables and other products. Food Africa is organized by the IFP Group and Konzept.
The selection to participate in the Hosted Buyer Program is made according to the profile of the buyers and the definition of the advantages from which they will benefit. The program ranges from the offer of a three-night stay in a five-star hotel in Cairo to the transfer from the airport to the hotel, transfer between the hotel and the lounge, access to the lounge buyers of the lounge, meetings with exhibitors chosen by the importer, among other benefits. Interested parties must submit a completed form to the ABCC (contact details below).
Food Africa is the largest international food and agribusiness trade fair on the African continent and is seen as a gateway to markets in the region. It will take place at the Egypt International Exhibition Center and will bring together exhibitors from sectors such as bakery, animal protein, pastries, sauces, snacks, fruits, vegetables, grains, seasonings, dairy products, oils. , organic and health foods, teas, and coffees.
Side events will also be organized within Food Africa, such as a fair on packaging and processing, another focusing on ingredients, one on seafood and fish, and one dedicated to dates. Live cooking shows and talks with experts discussing trends in the food industry are planned.
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Hosted Purchase Program
Food Africa – December 12-14, 2021 – Cairo, Egypt
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Translated by Elúsio Brasileiro
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