New date for AFMASS FoodTech Conference and Expo in Tanzania announced

KENYA – The organizers of Africa Food Manufacturing and Safety Summit (AFMASS) have announced a new date for the AFMASS Foodtech Conference and Expo Tanzania edition, which will now take place on March 28-29,2019 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The AFMASS FoodTech Conferences & Expos are events that aim to impart the technical skills, ideas and innovations by engaging food industry’s key decision makers and experts across Africa.

It covers Africa’s food, beverage, milling and hospitality industry with a platform to network and learn about the latest technological advances, innovations, practices as well as sustainability initiatives that seeks to bring a balance between business and the environment we live in.

Attendees at the AFMASS FoodTech Conferences & Expos Tanzania edition are expected to come from Tanzania mainland, Zanzibar and Pemba plus surrounding countries and other interested parties from across Africa and the World.

“AFMASS FoodTech Conferences & Expos are country-specific technical conferences and trade shows with a focus on building the capacity of the food, beverage and milling industry in target countries. In 2019, the events shall take place in Tanzania in March and Rwanda in July.”

Francis Juma – FoodWorld Media

The event runs over two days and brings together the industry, government regulators and other stakeholders to discover the latest trends in processing, packaging and food safety technologies, plus nutrition and sustainability trends.

Several speakers from Africa and the world are expected to cover subject matter areas important to Tanzania’s industry, including food safety, nutrition, processing and packaging technologies and innovations management. 

A number of high profile keynote speakers and panelists from across Tanzania’s food industry, Government agencies and NGOs are also expected to give their views during the two days of the event.

A parallel Exhibition – featuring the leading regional and international suppliers of milling and processing equipment, packaging, ingredients, chemicals, food safety and laboratory solutions and other industry solutions – will provide an opportunity for key decision makers to meet and network with original equipment manufacturers and distributors.

A related event, AFMASS FoodTech Conference and Expo Rwanda edition, is also set to debut in July 10-11, 2019 in Kigali, with a focus on the industry in Rwanda and the Great Lakes Region of Africa, which includes Burundi, Uganda, DRC and South Sudan.

The regional conferences are part of AFMASS Conferences & Exhibitions which features leading regional and international suppliers to the industry showcasing their latest solutions that target Africa’s rising manufacturing, retail and food service industry.

AFMASS covers the most important and vibrant locations in Africa, providing one series of events to discover and network with Africa’s key decision makers from the industry, government,academia and other stakeholders.

The main AFMASS Conferences & Expos, which are bigger, more diverse platforms to meet and network with the food, beverage and milling industry stakeholders, are set for Nairobi, Kenya and Lusaka, Zambia in May and October 2019, respectively.

They attract investors and professionals from all the sectors of the food industry including processing, quality, food safety, laboratory and systems, engineering, supply chain,procurement and warehousing, packaging.

The event successfully launched in Southern Africa in Lusaka, Zambia this year in October, receiving backing from various government agencies, industry stakeholders as well as suppliers and processors.

AFMASS is believed to be playing a critical role in transforming Africa’s food and agriculture value chain that is critical in feeding the ever-increasing population on the continent.

The main AFMASS Conferences & Expos, which are bigger, more diverse platforms to meet and network with the food, beverage and milling industry stakeholders, are set for Nairobi, Kenya and Lusaka, Zambia in May and October 2019, respectively.

According to the organisers of the events, FoodWorld Media, the 2019 AFMASS editions in Lusaka and Nairobi will introduce attendees to new formats and unique opportunities to network, better than the previous events.

More information about the AFMASS events can be found at www.afmass.com 

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