As demand for seafood grows in the Middle East, the sixth edition of Seafex returns to Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) from 18 – 20 September, providing a platform for regional suppliers to source seafood from around the world. According to Euromonitor International, the fish and seafood market is expected to reach a value of
UAE food sales are projected to grow by an annual average of 7.3% between 2015 and 2020, according to a new BMI report commissioned by Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC). The report, released in tandem with the opening of DWTC’s annual trio of specialist foods shows – The Speciality Food Festival, Yummex Middle East and
Italy will be the first Country Partner for The Speciality Food Festival, a trade event for gourmet food professionals taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre from 7-9 November. More than 35 Italian companies will take part in a national promotion led by the Italian Trade Agency (ITA) at the Specialty Food Festival. The Italian
SEAFEX, the Middle East’s professional seafood show will this year highlight the increasing demand among seafood consumers in the MENA region for sustainable produce. The event will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) from 7-9 November, 2016. Consumer-driven-demands are shaping the future of the MENA’s seafood market, according to Andrew Pert, show
The Speciality Food Festival, Yummex (formerly Sweets & Snacks Middle East) and SEAFEX, three food industry events powered by Gulfood, are expected to be more than 10% larger than last year’s shows. The growth of the shows, taking place on 7-9 November at Dubai World Trade Centre, has been attributed to regional demand for specialty,
Dubai Municipality has partnered with Dubai World Trade Centre to launch Future Food Live, a new exhibition, conference and workshop aimed at increasing food security and creating a healthier society. The event will put diet and nutrition under the spotlight, with a focus on nutritional food and beverage products, and organic and halal producers. There
The Speciality Food Festival, Sweets & Snacks Middle East and SEAFEX, a trio of niche food shows held at the Dubai World Trade Centre last week, welcomed more than 15,000 food and hospitality industry professionals looking to source, trade and network with over 570 exhibitors from 91 countries.