From 13-16 February, the 22 exhibitors at our largest Organic Africa Pavilion yet met with almost 1,100 business leads. The pavilion included exhibitors from Madagascar, South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kenya, Namibia and Mozambique. Both Botswana and the Comoros made their debut at BioFach.
“The added value is huge. It’s helping us as a platform to showcase our products to this incredible market, where people are coming from all around the world.” – Serge Rajaobelina, Sahanala, exhibitor from Madagascar
The companies displayed natural ingredients for food, cosmetics and health including baobab, honey, fresh papaya, African vegetable oils, spices, medicinal plants, herbal teas and fruit juice. Check out our video for an impression of this year’s pavilion.
“We think that business in organic products is very important to support the development of organic farming in Africa. When you want to export, something like BioFach is very important.” – Bo van Elzakker, Agro Eco-Louis Bolk Institute
We want to give special thanks to our partners and supporters: the Netherlands-African Business Council, Agro Eco – Louis Bolk Institute and the Import Promotion Desk.
Organic Africa Pavilion at BioFach 2020
We are already organising for BioFach 2020. Are you looking for a partner to introduce African companies to the European market? Or do you want to exhibit at the world’s leading trade fair for organic food? Contact Jolanda van Hal firstname.lastname@example.org