ALGIERS, Algeria – With agrofood Algeria 2019, the German trade show specialists fairtrade and their German-Algerian team announce a new important trade show for Algeria and invite all interested parties from the world over to participate.
Jointly developed with institutional partners and governmental bodies, agrofood Algeria reflects relevant priorities in key Algerian development policies, including the Five-Year Plan 2015-2020 and related sectoral plans.
The event is to be held on 25 to 27 November 2019 at the brand-new Centre International de Conférences d‘Alger Abdelatif Rahal.
- increasing sustainable food and beverage production with a focus on the presentation of innovative techniques, recipes and ingredients for processing and packaging
- increasing self-sufficiency with safe and high-quality food products
- presenting of gastronomic concepts tailored to the constantly growing Algerian market
Three key figures to characterize the Algerian agrofood market
€480 million – Algeria is Africa’s and the Middle East’s largest importer of food & beverage technology, according to figures compiled by the German Engineering Federation VDMA
US$9.317 billion – Algeria remains Africa‘s second largest food importer (WTO)
US$8.995 billion – The value of Algeria’s food & beverage production (FAOSTAT for 2016)
Agro food Algeria reflects relevant priorities in key Algerian development policies, including the Five-Year Plan 2015-2020 and related sectoral plans
fairtrade has been organising international trade fairs in Algeria since the year 2000. This makes the company one of the most experienced organizers of professional trade shows on the Algerian market.
Algeria – The economic powerhouse
Algeria is the largest country in Africa and the most populous in the Maghreb region. With a GDP of US$ 188 billion in 2018 and estimated foreign exchange reserves (without gold) of US$ 85 billion at the end of 2018, Algeria is the economic powerhouse on the African continent.
fairtrade – Valuable business contacts:
Fairtrade was founded by Martin März in 1991. Since long, fairtrade ranks among the leading organisers of professional international trade fairs in emerging markets, especially in North and Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Managed by its shareholder and his son Paul März and committed to the values of a family business and the team spirit, fairtrade maintains a powerful network of partnerships throughout the world.
Fairtrade organizes shows in the sectors Agrofood, CIT Solutions, Energy, Industry and PlastPrintPack and strives for a high level of customer satisfaction. By means of innovative products and excellent service fairtrade organizes professional platforms for valuable business contacts between exhibitors and visitors.
fairtrade is a member of UFI The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry and AAXO The Association of African Exhibition Organisers.