The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) announced the participation of over 11 Brazilian food and beverages (F&B) companies at Gulfood 2023, one of the world's largest and most influential annual trade shows for the industry.
ABCC will highlight a comprehensive range of quality products including meat, nuts, coffee, pepper, sugar and candy through the companies participating in the event, which is set to take place from February 20 to 24, 2023 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
The line-up of Brazilian companies at Gulfood 2023 will include agribusiness firms including Stefenoni Interagrícola LTDA, Cooperativa Agrícola Mista da Alta Paulista, Ramax, Nad Al Shiba and Cerealista NP Zanchetta and F&B firms including Golden Agri Resources Brasil Sociedade Limitada Unipessoal, Pantanal Trading, and Florestal Alimentos. In addition, Brazilian trading firms including Domini Intl, and Cotia Trading will also be participating in the trade show.
Osmar Chohfi, President of the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, said: “ABCC has been participating at Gulfood for years, and it has proven to be an ideal platform for Brazilian firms to boost trade and investment flow. Through our participation, we aim at fostering a dynamic trade and investment flow between Brazil and the GCC states. We expect the trade show to open new paths for collaborative efforts that can potentially present enhanced growth opportunities for the Brazilian F&B sector.
“We have been viewing an increased interest from Brazilian firms to participate in the event, as a means to reinforce their presence in the region and other global markets as well. Through our pavilion, we aim at showcasing the latest products of ABCC members in front of the global F&B sector.”
The five-day event, which includes the full spectrum of the F&B industry, offers an ideal platform to increase the trade and investment flow between Brazil and the Arab countries.
The world-class trade show exhibits the excellence of the industry and also paves way for forging new collaborations and reinforcing growth opportunities. In addition, the event further explores the latest trends, innovations and opportunities in the regional and global food industry.-- TradeArabia News Service