DATE: 2024 (Specific date to be confirmed)
LOCATION: Lagos, Nigeria (Specific venue to be confirmed)
Nigeria & Western Africa's Most Influential Food Industry Trade Show
Welcome to AFMASS Nigeria Food Summit & Expo – the event that is set to define the future of the food, beverage and milling industry in Nigeria & Western Africa.
AFMASS Nigeria Food Summit & Expo – the region’s only pure-play food, beverage and milling industry trade show is planned to be hosted in Lagos, Nigeria in 2024 – joining the AFMASS Food Expo franchise of events focused on the food, beverage and milling industry in Africa.
The food, beverage and milling industry in Nigeria and Western Africa is one of the most vibrant in Africa. With a fast growing population and increasing demand for locally produced and processed products, West Africa offers unique investment opportunities – and the demand for innovative, efficient, affordable and adaptable technologies is on the rise.
At AFMASS Nigeria Food Summit & Expo, you will meet and network with leading regional and global suppliers of the latest milling, processing and packaging equipment and solutions, ingredients, supply chain and other solutions – easing your sourcing of new technologies and services for your next project or investment.
At the daily Summit, you will also get to discover new insights into the investments opportunities and market trends in the industry; meet and network with food manufacturers; and discover, taste and source delicious, nutritious food products from Africa and globally.
The Expo will be co-located with the Africa Food Safety & Nutrition Summit, an initiative that builds the capacity of the food and agriculture industry stakeholders to enhance food safety, nutrition and food security in Africa.
Four Sections Showcasing the A-Z of Africa's food, beverage and milling industries
AFMASS Nigeria Food Summit & Expo showcases the latest array of ingredients; milling, baking, processing and packaging equipment; and other supply chain solutions plus packaged food products from Africa and the World.
With a mix of food manufacturers, retailers, distributors, importers and exporters plus some of the leading suppliers of new technologies to the food industry, the trade shows are the best platforms to discover the present and future of the food industry in West Africa.
FOOD INGREDIENTS EXPO AFRICA SHOWCASES FOOD COLOURS & FLAVOURS • ENZYMES AND FLOUR IMPROVERS • SUGAR, FAT & SALT REPLACERS • EMULSIFIERS, HUMIDIFIERS & GUMS • SPECIALTY STARCHES, PROTEINS & OILS • ACIDULANTS & OTHER INGREDIENTS TO THE FOOD INDUSTRY • HERBS & SPICES • AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
MILLING & BAKING AFRICA EXPO SHOWCASES STORAGE & OTHER SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTIONS • MILLING EQUIPMENT & SOLUTIONS • BAKING EQUIPMENT, TECHNOLOGY & SERVICES • SUPPLY CHAIN, AUTOMATION & CONTROL SOLUTIONS FOR THE GRAINS, BAKING & MILLING INDUSTRY
THE AFRICA PROCESS & PACK EXPO SHOWCASES FOOD PROCESSING & PACKAGING EQUIPMENT • PACKAGING MATERIALS • ENGINEERING & HVAC SOLUTIONS • SUPPLY CHAIN, AUTOMATION & CONTROL SOLUTIONS FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY • LAB, QUALITY & FOOD SAFETY SOLUTIONS
AFMASS FOOD & DRINKS MARKET SHOWCASES A VARIETY OF FOOD & DRINK PRODUCTS SUCH AS DAIRY • COFFEE & TEA • POULTRY & FISH • FRESH PRODUCE • SOFT & ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES • MILLED & PACKAGED FLOURS, LEGUMES, SNACKS & GRAINS • NUTS, OILS & OILSEEDS • ANIMAL & PET FOODS • SAVOURY & CONDIMENTS • FATS & OILS ETC.
Discover leading regional and global brands
AFMASS Nigeria Food Summit & Expo will host innovative start-ups, regional and continental giants plus multinationals that are leading the transformation of the food, beverage and milling industry in Nigeria. Sign up today to meet, network and do business at the next this event to discover new business opportunities, technologies and market trends in West Africa, Africa and globally.
The 2023 edition of AFMASS Food Expo Western Africa will be hosted in Lagos, Nigeria, at a venue to be advised. Lagos offers a central location to the event's attendees from across Western Africa and beyond and we look forward to hosting the food industry stakeholders from Nigeria, the ECOWAS trade block and more from across Africa and the World.