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AFMASS Food Expo

Sarit Expo Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
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Anje du Plessis Senior Analyst

Session date and time:

2 Dec 21 | EAT: 09:00 AM -

4 Dec 21 | EAT: 06:00 PM

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AFMASS Food Expo is Eastern Africa’s most outstanding food industry trade show that brings together local, regional and international food manufacturers, retailers, distributors, wholesalers, exporters, importers and other stakeholders in the food, agriculture and hospitality sectors to trade, discover and network.

The Expo showcase the broadest array of packaged food products from Kenya, East Africa, Africa and the World to a local, regional and international audience, plus the latest food ingredients; milling, packaging and processing technologies; laboratory, supply chain and other technologies to Africa’s food and feed manufacturing, retail and the hotel, restaurant and catering (HORECA) industry.

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Session title: Industry Focus: Investing in Plant-Based Foods in Africa

Session description: Consumers are seeking more sustainable and ethical meat and animal products, and alternatives have sprung up to meet demand. Health concerns from younger consumers are driving growth in plant-based substitutes. Furthermore, investment into plant-based food to address food security is also boosting the availability of plant-based food on the continent. 

Session date and time: Friday, 3 December at 11:00 am EAT

Speaker name and title: Anje Du Plessis, Senior Analyst

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