Future Foods is a virtual meeting place for importers, F&B managers, retail category buyers, owner-operators, agents, and distributors from across Africa’s diverse and booming market to come to conferences, to network, meet exhibitors, source products, new ingredients, retail shelf-ready products, and the latest processing, packaging, and logistics solutions. Future Foods connects attendees exhibitors across the supply chain via chat, video call, and offline messaging.
Africa Market Statistics
Africa's annual food import bill is estimated to rise to $110 billion by 2025. Africa's Food and Beverages market grew from $75.63 billion in 2010 to $142.61 billion in 2019. COVID-19 recovery and market growth are expected to reach $143.99 billion in 2020 and $277.16 billion in 2030. The IMF reports that sub-Saharan Africa has some of the continent's fastest-growing economies.
Food Industry attendees include:
Industry CEOs, Directors, General managers, Retail category buyers, and supermarket Owner-Operators, Import/Export managers, Agents, Distributors, F&B managers, F&B procurement managers, Packaging managers, Restaurant managers, Food science technologists, Logistics managers, Chefs, Bakers, Catering managers, Government officials, and Foreign mission representatives.
Visitors and Attendees can:
Join Africa's Vibrant Food & Beverage Industries Community
Join to network, engage new customers and to share the journey towards the Future of the F&B Industries in Africa.
Themes will be unpacked in a continuous and ongoing process and call to actors as the food & beverage industries supply chain community and civil society across African Countries to:
The Organizers of Future Foods appreciate that unpacking solutions for the Food & Beverage Industries cannot be addressed in 2 or 3 days.
As a result Future Foods will present an ongoing shared journey and feature industry-led professionals and stakeholders from the numerous segments that make up the F&B Industries.
Themes and Topics
Making Food Systems More Efficient, Inclusive & Resilient
Unpacking How Food Fraud Affects Food Producers, Manufacturers and Packaging Companies
Retailers, Restaurants and Bars at the E-Commerce Forefront Discussing PESTLE & Cross Border considerations, Digital Trends & Risks
Investment, Trade and Exports, a Look at Current Opportunities
Please Stay Tuned for Ongoing Programs and Speaker Updates