HIGHLY SUBSIDIZED PARTICIPATION INVITED
AGROFOOD EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION
21-23 Nov, 2022 | Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar es Salaam
We are glad to introduce – AgroFood East Africa with co-located show Food & Beverage East Africa being organized from 21-23 Nov, 2022 at Diamond Jubilee Exhibition Center, dully endorsed by TANTRADE and Supported by Tanzania National Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture Council of Tanzania and MOCI Govt of India.
Food & Beverage East Africa is a dedicated segment event in Agrofood East Africa, giving the best opportunity and platform got global food beverage, processed and semi-processed food and raw food and FMCG manufacturers to exhibit and promote their products and introduce their brands, meet and discuss with
East African food businesses and industries in Tanzania.
The show will have trade visitors primarily from Tanzania and other East African countries like Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, Sudan etc. along with Hosted Buyers program looking forward to host about 100 buyers from East Africa, including Importers, Buyers, Distributors, Supermarket and Hypermarket chains etc.
TANZANIA, one of the largest food market in East Africa, Meets two-third of its demand from Imports.
Tanzanian food & beverage imports touched USD 991Mn in 2019 an estimated 30% jump in from 2018, with edible oils and fats alone accounting for 1/3rd share in total imports. Over 90% of the rice and wheat demand and over 65% of the processed and packed food items in Tanzanian shelfs are imported.
95% of the Rice demand met though imports leading to 230K Tons of imports in 2019.
imported majorly from China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Vietnam.
The current production of wheat in Tanzania is about 100,000 tons per year meeting only 10% of total domestic consumption & balance 90% supplied by Russia, Australia, Canada, Germany, and Brazil.
42% of sugar and confectionery demand in Tanzania is met by imports worth USD 132Mn primarily from Thailand Malaysia and India. It is one of the major processed and packed food items imported in Tanzania along with edible oils and other food preparations, flours etc. making 65% of Tanzania of food imports.
A large proportion of the agricultural harvest is lost because farmers cannot get their produce to the market and/or are unable to store their products after harvest. Cold-storage facilities are practically non-existent or subject to unstable electricity supply.
Highly Subsidized Participation for Indian Companies: INR 100,000/- for 9sqm built up stall (as per tentative subsidy estimate.)
We look forward to hearing from you for the participation and booking to exhibit.
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