2 - 4 OCTOBER 2024

Kenyatta International Convention Centre
Nairobi, Kenya

Africa Food Show Kenya 2024

Africa Food Show (AFS) 2024 in Kenya, is the premier gathering for global food and beverage suppliers eager to expand into the African market. This event serves as a dynamic B2B platform, offering vast opportunities to explore the diverse sectors within the food and beverage supply chain. 

Over three days, participants will engage in fruitful discussions, fostering partnerships, signing agency and distributorship contracts, and devising innovative market strategies. AFS provides a valuable space for collaboration, facilitating the development of new market approaches and cooperative procedures. 

Join us for a transformative experience, forging connections and unlocking the extensive potential of the African market.

What is your choice for the Africa Food Show 2024?


Gain new connections – emails, names, handshakes - potential clients and client inquiries, boosting your sales pipeline for the year.



Connect, learn, collaborate and discover the inspiration to take on challenges and unlock new business opportunities.



Position yourself as a thought-leader and keep your company’s profile at the front of the industry.



Affiliate your brand to a global and world class event to ignite your brand visibility, earn repeat business and referrals to new clients.

AFS Blog

Kenyan firm gets $1.6 to lift US coconut exports

The US government and Kenstate, a Kenyan coconut processor have announced a Ksh232 million ($1.6 million) combined investment project to expand the firm’s...

Kenya to Restock Lake Victoria in Strategy to Tap Blue Economy Billions

Kenya to Commence Avocado Exports to India In September

Kenya has received a go ahead to begin exporting avocado fruits to India this September when the first shipment is expected to be dispatched to the Asian...

Government to Purchase One Million Bags of Maize to Build Food Reserve

The government is betting on short rains to improve food supply in the country, easing the cost of living among many struggling households.

Kenya reports milk production increase in Taita as government intervenes to boost...

Kenya to bolster capacity of state owned dairy New KCC in push to boost fortunes for...

KENYA – Kenyan government is set to reform the dairy sub-sector through the modernization of one of the leading dairy processor in East and Central Africa, the ...

Construction of new state-of-the-art chicken abattoir in Kenya begins

Meru Dairy Cooperative Aims To Increase Milk Production

Dairy farmers from Meru Central Dairy Cooperative Union have promised to increase milk production capacity from the current 406,000 to 1 million liters per day ...

Northern Kenya milk coop partners with New KCC to launch its first processed camel milk...

KENYA – The Northern Kenya Milk Co-operative in partnership with one of the leading Kenyan dairy processors, the New Co-operative Creameries, (KCC), has...

Kenya seeks to enter Indonesian beef market

KENYA – Kenyan livestock farmers in Taita County are eager to enter into a deal with Indonesian counterparts, that will guarantee them access to explore the...

Kenya achieves 47% coffee production increase in 2022 amid USDA’s projection of 10%...

Kenya, the fifth largest producer of coffee in Africa, has increased its coffee production to 51,583 metric tonnes

Kenya plans to expand tea export market through inclusivity

The largest markets for Kenyan tea between January and September were Pakistan, Egypt, the UK, and the United Arab Emirates, accounting for 69 percent of...

Kenya has made a major step in marketing its Agro-produce internationall

Kenya is the first country in Africa to introduce and adopt electronic phytosanitary certification (ephyto)

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