A total of 93 Pakistani companies will be a part of this year’s edition of Gulfood in Dubai, Pakistan’s Consulate General in Dubai said as top ambassadorial officials visited Pakistani stalls.
Gulfood- the world’s largest food and beverage trade exhibition celebrated annually. This mega event will last from February 13-17, offering food entrepreneurs access to over 5000 local, regional and international suppliers from five continents.
This year, the exhibition commenced with its most spread-out exhibitor line-up up till now, comprising new pavilions from the Norwegian seafood industry, Panama, Uruguay, and Uzbekistan who will be joined by newcomers from Colombia, South Africa, Australia, Switzerland, and Hong Kong.
Today, the Pakistani consul general in Dubai visited the Pakistani stalls at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
“Mr Hassan Afzal Khan, Consul General of Pakistan, Dubai visited Pakistani Stalls at #Gulffood2022 today,” the Consulate General tweeted. “Pakistan is participating with 93 companies from Food & Beverages sector in the 27th Edition of Gulf Food(13-17 Feb) Dubai.”
Moreover, Dubai World Trade Centre Authority (DWTCA) chairman, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, opened the 27th edition of Gulfood on Sunday. More than 4,000 companies from 120 countries, a roster of industry prominent speakers, and the world’s best chefs are joining the event.
Meanwhile, Head of Business France’s UAE office & F&B department, Flavie Paquay, said. “Global food buyers, importers, and distributors will take advantage of the networking opportunities to find supplies suitable to their target market.”
“During the preparation phase for the event, I could witness how excited are French exhibitors to showcase their latest products, specifically produced to fit with Middle Eastern taste buds,” he added.
“Participating at the largest annual F&B sourcing event in the world has become a tradition for France. We are excited to renew our commitment by taking part in the 27th edition of the Gulfood and share with the visitors the values of the French food industry: Excellence, responsibility, authenticity, sharing, and innovation,” Paquay remarked.