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Registration Now Open - Closing Date 20 July 2018

Welcome to Food Namibia


Food Namibia is the pioneer in establishing the first-ever Food Expo and business platform where all major stakeholders in Government, Food and Agricultural production meet, network and establish business ties in Southern Africa fastest growing country – Namibia.

 

DEVELOP KEY FOOD TRADE TIES IN NAMIBIA


Over the 4 show days, exhibitors and visitors have the opportunity to connect directly with the national food production industry key stakeholders, buyers, producers, government and private leadership, to exhibit and discuss key issues of sustainable food production in Namibia and SADC .

 

What does 2018 have to offer?

  • Meet with major producers and exhibitors from all over the SADC
  • Connect with potential investors and trading partners
  • Establish contact with producers and farmers who may be looking for local partnership
  • Learn about new product launches and latest technologies in the food industry
  • Sharing information, knowledge and skills to increase production of food
  • Source international products from 15 SADC countries – South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, to name a few

Email to info@foodnamibia.com.na for more information and enquiries with the organizing team.

Namibia is a leading advocate of regional economic integration in SADC

Given its small domestic market but favourable location and a superb transport and communications base, Namibia is a leading advocate of regional economic integration. In addition to its membership in the Southern African Development Community (SADC), Namibia presently belongs to the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) with South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland. Within SACU, there is no customs on goods produced in, and being transported amidst, its members.

Namibia is seeking to diversify its trading relationships away from its heavy dependence on South African goods and services. Europe has become a leading market for Namibian fish and meat, while mining concerns in Namibia have purchased heavy equipment and machinery from Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada. The Government of Namibia is making efforts to take advantage of the American-led African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), which will provide preferential access to American markets for a long list of products. In the short term, Namibia is likely to see growth in the apparel manufacturing industry as a result of AGOA.

 Source: Wikipedia