The 9th edition of Eastern Africa's biggest food industry trade show.
AFMASS Food Expo Kenya edition brought 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.
Hosted LIVE and VIRTUALLY on December 2-4, 2021 at the Sarit Expo Centre, Westlands, Nairobi, the 9th edition of the AFMASS Food Expo showcased the broadest array of packaged food products from Kenya, East Africa, Africa and the World to a local, regional and international audience.
It also showcased 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.
The 2021 edition of AFMASS Food Expo introduced a number of changes to improve the impact and influence of the event in Eastern Africa – transitioning the event to be the largest trade show for food products and new technologies for the food and agriculture sector in Africa.
The Africa Food Industry Excellence Awards – Africa’s respected food industry awards and gala dinner – was also hosted on the sidelines of AFMASS Food Expo.
More than 3000 visitors attended the 2021 event from 40 African countries and other countries across the World.
Leading showcase of new food products and innovations from leading brands
AFMASS Food Expo 2021 was pleased to host a number of leading food companies and technology providers from more than 15 countries at Eastern Africa's leading trade show
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AFMASS Food Expo 2021 in Pictures
New Venue - More Opportunities
Sarit Expo Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
The 2021 edition of AFMASS Food Expo was hosted at the magnificent Sarit Expo Centre in Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya. The new venue offered a safe event venue that met all the Ministry of Health protocols and more . . .