Come to smell and experience the rich biodiversity of the African continent at the Organic Africa Pavilion 2020 (BioFach*, Hall 3A – 320 & 322). Our exhibitors offer many types of products ranging from botanical raw materials and extracts to essential oils and teas.

African botanical company at the Organic Africa Pavilion 2020

Essential oils and botanicals at the Organic Africa Pavilion provide opportunities to respond to consumer needs for natural cosmetics and foods and beverages with a powerful story on their origin.

Essential oils at the pavilion:

The essential oils at the pavilion give a unique fragrance to many perfumes, soaps, creams and other cosmetics. To name a few of the essential oils that you will be able to smell at the pavilion:

Frankincense, Artemesia afra, Eucalyptus, Rose, Tea Tree, Tagete, Yarrow, Lemon Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Camphor basil, Rosemary, Resurection bush, etc.

Herbal teas and medicinal plants:

The herbal teas at the Organic Africa Pavilion are inspired by heritages not always known to the western world. For example, you will be able to enjoy Buchu or Rooibos tea, African Infusions and dried leaves for aromatic seasoning and infusions. These herbal teas help tea producers create high value specialty teas for consumers looking for premium teas.

Some of the products offered at our pavilion are considered to be “superfoods” due to their impressive nutritional properties. The biodiversity in Africa offers opportunities to respond to growing interest of consumers in health products, such as nutraceuticals, natural remedies and supplements. Moringa Oleifera Leaf Powder, Bulbine Frutescens Leaf Juice and Baobab powder are a few examples of ingredients for health products that you can try. These new products are raising more and more interest from western consumers.

Meet the companies:

Click on the logos below to read more about the exhibitors, about their products or to book a meeting during BioFach.

* Biofach will take place from the 12th – 15th of February 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany.