11 suppliers from 5 African countries will exhibit their sweet and spicy products at the Organic Africa Pavilion 2018 hosted by ProFound at BioFach 2018, stand 4-359. The fair will take place 14 – 17 February 2018 in Nurnberg Germany.
Buyers and other visitors are welcome to smell and taste
- fresh papaya
- wild pepper
- fresh ginger
- tiger nuts
- cocoa beans and chocolate
- pineapple and lychee juice
- green and yellow beans
ProFound organises the Organic Africa Pavilion for the third time in a row as interest and satisfaction from both suppliers and market keeps growing for natural ingredients from Africa. This year the theme is Sweet & Spicy. The 11 suppliers from Ghana, Madagascar, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe/South Africa will be happy to show and discuss their business objectives.
Our partner Agro Eco Louis Bolk Institute is joining the pavilion with 4 suppliers from Ghana, and our new partner the Netherlands-African Business Council is bringing 5 companies from Madagascar to stand 4-359. You can also find our partner Fairventures at the pavilion. Fairventures is designing business models for Forest Landscape Restoration driven by implementation of multiple standards.
The FairWild Foundation is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and will join the Organic Africa Pavilion as well. With the FairWild Standard, this foundation promotes the sustainable use of wild-collected ingredients, with a fair deal for all those involved throughout the supply chain. Do you want to learn more about the FairWild certification and how to apply for it, or are you interested to see the range of products that use the FairWild logo? Don’t forget to come by stand 4-359.
Meet the exhibitors of the pavilion at BioFach 2018
You can find the logo of all the companies that will be exhibiting at the pavilion at BioFach 2018. If you would like to set up an appointment at BioFach, contact Jolanda van Hal.
Fruit juice, vegetables and spices from Madagascar with our partner NABC
Baobab from Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa
Papaya, moringa, cocoa, spices and tiger nuts from Ghana with our partner Agro Eco Louis Bolk Institute
FairWild Standard: a social and ecological standard for wild collection
Fairventures worldwide: sustainable value chains for tropical forests and timber