Fish are then smoked or cured before being taken to stores or eateries or exported to countries including Namibia, Zimbabwe and Mauritius.
“This show enables smaller firms like us to reach out to a market which may not otherwise have been aware of our brand”
All the best that southern Africa has to offer the rest of the world in the fields of retail and hospitality are currently on display in one place, according to South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Tourism, Elizabeth Thabthe.
Watch the presentation to discover more about this world-leading flavour house”The company prides of the highest quality of its powder flavourings available in many varieties, such as cookies & cream, crème brulee, peanut butter and many others.”
Cappeny Estates is arguably KwaZulu-Natal’s most popular strawberry farm
One billion rand boost for the agriculture production sector to be revealed during South Africa’s premier food expo
Trade & Industry Minister Rob Davies will reveal full details of the new dti Agro-processing Support Scheme at a special presentation at Africa’s Big 7 next week
The Brazilian Pavilion at Retail & Hospitality Week 2017 brings a host of new brands to Johannesburg, including Frigorigico Nova Araca
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A South African beverage producer will be looking for new international distributors at Africa’s Big 7 2017.
‘For all these years, I have monitored, observed and experienced AB7 as Africa’s biggest international expo for sourcing food products. As a result, the plethora of visitors and exhibitors provides immense business opportunities for suppliers and exhibitors alike’
New report says east Africa’s most prominent economy is at the centre of a growth prospects shift from the west to east Africa.
“Drought conditions resulted in very healthy vineyards and smaller berries with good colour and flavour concentration”
“The demographics of Africa present both an opportunity to invest in a growing young population and an impending crisis of not having enough food to go round”
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