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Africa Food Show has designed a Hosted Buyer Program for major East African traders from Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Malawi to help them to discover new suppliers and build networks. The Program offers the opportunity for professionals from within the food and agriculture industry to attend exclusive pre-arranged meetings, explore the latest innovations in the sector and conduct new business deals.

Real Business Opportunities

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Why Exhibit

Held at “The Right Time & Place”, AFS gives you the exclusive opportunity to explore new territories and multiply your export activities, as well as to meet and network with global companies and fellow professionals to discuss the latest market trends, cutting-edge production and processing technologies.Exhibitor Registration »
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Meet with suppliers, manufacturers and international food brands from around the world. Meet exhibitors, industry professionals from every aspect of the global food supply chain.Register as a Visitor »

Africa Food Show 2020 AT A GLANCE

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Industry News

Invest in Honey and always smile all the way to the bank

Honey is five times more expensive than oil and its demand is increasing not only in Africa itself but all over the world. Priced at between 500 shillings and 1,100 shillings per kilogram, in Kenya, its costs at least five... read more

Renewable energy investment is taking big strides in sub-Saharan Africa

Africa’s leading economies are increasingly looking to wind energy to power homes. It’s part of a trend towards varying forms of clean energy across the continent. South Africa, the continent’s most advanced economy, is a clear leader in renewable energy policy and... read more

Most Kenyans eat meat once a week, says new report

An average Kenyan consumes 15 kg of meat annually, according to a Kenya Markets Trust study. The study on Meat End-Market Trends in Kenya on Thursday also shows that most Kenyan families consume meat only once a week. Nairobi residents are... read more

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