A Renowned Supplier of Quality Food & Beverage Items to the World
South Africa’s well-developed food and beverages industry continues to be recognized as a global player. The country is traditionally known as a reliable supplier of excellent quality fresh fruits and vegetables of different varieties throughout the year, as well as producing the world’s best fruit juices, canned fruits and preserves. South African meat products are also extremely popular around the World.
South Africa is among the world’s top five exporters of citrus, avocados, grapefruit, tangerines, plums, pears, table grapes and ostrich products. It was the largest exporter of grapefruits in 2017.
An increasing number of South African producers and exporters of a wide variety of processed foodstuffs are growing their brands on international markets, particularly in the gourmet food sector. A number of these firms have gained worldwide recognition for their innovation in terms of packaging, presentation and branding, winning awards at major global events for the world’s food industry. These includes brands, such as Ceres, Nandos, Peppadew, Mrs. Balls, Ina Paarmans, and Sally Williams, to name a few.
At Gulfood 2019, South Africa will be participating with 25 exhibitors focusing on different category of products such as Sauces, Chutneys, Juices, Rooibos Tea, Edible Oils, Chips, Cookies, Meat, & Dry Fruits.
South Africa Agro-Processing Sector
South Africa’s agricultural sector accounts for approximately 12% of its export earnings with the fruit and vegetable industry showing rapid growth during the past 20 years. Exports reached nearly 60% of local production.
Other important export products are: dairy products, flowers, food preparations, hides and skins, meat, non-alcoholic beverages, pineapples, preserved fruit and nuts, sugar, and wines. South Africa is renowned as a producer of high quality New World wines at competitive prices and is the 9th largest wine producer in the world.
Meet Quality Suppliers of Sauces,Chutneys, Juices, Rooibos Tea, Edible Oils, Chips, Cookies, Dry Fruits, Fruit & Veg, Meat
Fine Food Section – Sheikh Rashid Hall, DWTC
Meat Section – Between Hall 2 & 3, DWTC
17-21 February 2019, Dubai – UAE
For further information, please contact:
The Economic Section, South African Consulate General, Dubai