AFMASS Eastern Africa, Kenya edition – The Gateway to Africa’s fastest growing Food Industry Marketplace


AFMASS Eastern Africa edition is Eastern Africa’s fastest growing food, beverage and milling industry trade conference and exhibition.

It is the ultimate platform for key decision makers from the industry, Government, suppliers, NGOs and other stakeholders to trade, network and learn about the latest technologies and innovations in Africa’s industry.

Delegates and visitors at past editions of AFMASS Eastern Africa have come from 4 continents and over 80 countries in Africa and around the World.

Now in its fifth year, and located in Nairobi, Kenya, Eastern Africa’s regional business hub, AFMASS Eastern Africa brings together delegates and visitors from across the East African Community, COMESA, SADC and other countries, with a special focus on:

  • Kenya
  • Uganda
  • Tanzania
  • Rwanda
  • Burundi
  • Ethiopia
  • Somalia
  • Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
  • and other sub-Saharan African countries.

These countries have some of the fastest growing economies in Africa with growing populations, economies and urbanisation, which are driving the growth of food manufacturing, retailing and foodservice industries and an  unprecedented growth in investments by local, regional and international companies in the region.

About the venue – Parklands Sports Club

Parklands Sports Club offers a unique setting for AFMASS Eastern Africa – prime location, security and serenity.

Located in the Westlands District of Nairobi, Kenya, Parklands Sports Club is located near some of the most outstanding business, accommodation, shopping, food and fun hot-spots in Nairobi.

With the National Museum just a 5-minute walk away, premium international hotels and restaurants located within less then 5 minute drive and shopping malls that define Nairobi nearby, Parklands Sports Club provides a seamless connection with the city of Nairobi better than any other location.

Whether travelling by taxi, public transport or driving or even walking, Parklands Sports Club is easy to access from the main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (19.5 km or 30 minutes drive) and from any part of Kenya and Nairobi.

Geography – Kenya

Kenya is the entry point to and the economic heart beat of the Eastern Africa and the Great Lakes regions of Africa.

With a big and vibrant sea port, good road and rail infrastructure and well trained work force, Kenya is the centre of commerce and trade in the region, with the country being one of three key locations in Africa, beside Nigeria and South Africa.

The geographic location in the middle of Africa at the Equator makes Kenya a darling to regional and multinational firms looking at setting foot into Africa – with many multinationals using Nairobi as their base for foray into the rest of Africa

Kenya is a member of the East African Community and COMESA trade blocks – two regional blocks that cover most of the countries on the east coast of Africa.

What's New at AFMASS Eastern Africa 2019?


The AFMASS Healthy FoodMarket Expo showcases the most unique natural, nutritious and healthy food, beverage and milled products, providing manufacturers with the platform to engage consumers while highlighting unique product attributes to consumers who are increasingly seeking healthier food choices.


AFMASS GRAINTECH CONFERENCE covers post-harvest management and processing, formulation and automation technologies in the important grains, milling, baking and snack industry. It runs on Day 2 of the event, in parallel to the regular AFMASS FoodTech Conference, which covers dairy, beverage, meat and otehr food technologies


AFMASS NEXT showcases some of the most innovative start-ups from the food, beverage and milling industry. From new packaging concepts, unique food formulations to the utilisation of local ingredients, AFMASS NEXT showcases the future of the food industry in Africa.

Hear from the movers and shakers from Africa's food industry and more . . .

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Parklands Sports Club, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya