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Gulfood Exhibition Sells Out

The 15th annual Gulfood Food and Drink trade only exhibition has been totally sold out this year, even with a 20 percent increase in floor space to one million square feet.  Gulfood is the Middle East’s biggest event for food, drink, food service, and hospitality, and is being held at the Dubai Convention and Exhibition Center between February 21 and February 24th.  

Key buyers and major industry players from 81 countries around the world take part in this exhibition.  This year new launches are expected from companies including Villeroy & Boch, Synaco, Alokozay, and Gourmet Display.  Helal Saeed Almarri, CEO of Dubai World – the organizer of Gulfood, said “Gulfood is recognized as the number one platform to gain an insight and a foothold into one of the world’s fastest growing markets”
 

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