Profood, Propack & Agbiz 2020, Sri Lanka’s only comprehensive food, agriculture and packaging exhibition will be held from 7-9 August for the 19th consecutive year at the BMICH Exhibition Centre, Colombo.
The exhibition is organised by the Sri Lanka Food Processors Association together with Lanka Exhibition and Conference Services (LECS). More than 370 stalls have been allocated for the local and foreign manufacturers, which is the biggest event in the country in relation to the food, beverage, packaging and agriculture sector.
The event which has witnessed an evolutionary increase over the decade will be held under the theme ‘from the farm to the fork’ denoting the entire chain of the food industry which include the inception of the food which mainly revolve around farms, to the process and finally, the food table of the consumer.
The exhibition and consumer fair scheduled to be held within a span of three days, expects more than 30,000 visitors to attend. The event also helps to interact with prospective buyers and also understand the new technology that is being used for the sector.
Moreover, the event will feature all facets of the food and beverage industry and will include intricate details and the meticulous process that is required, for food products in order to make them available to the consumer. During the event Institute of Science and Technology will present its annual research paper and several other institutes will conduct several training programs for interested parties.
The event is renowned for providing a unique and comprehensive platform for the discovery and introduction of food processing, engineering and packaging services among the host of other benefits both the visitors and the stall holders would receive.
This year’s expo has two separate pavilions from the largest global players in the Industry India and China. Over 100 companies from India and China will participate at this year’s event. The event is set to attract all stakeholders from many South East Asian countries as well.
The Ministry of Industries will sponsor the SME and micro-sector entities pavilion. The organising committee has taken a very good initiative by providing a special pavilion for the university students and this is an ideal opportunity to showcase their innovative products to more than 30,000 visitors.
A highlight at this year’s event will be the Food Carnival and Cooking Studio. Over 35 outlets have confirmed participation at the food carnival this year. The food carnival and cooking studio will take place on all three days of the expo.
The event has been earmarked as ‘a must attend’ throughout the entirety of its existence, and has been renowned for providing all visitors and stall holders a unique experience.This is the only exhibition of its kind to be held in the island and over the years it has been known to provide each visitor and stall holder with a unique and unparalleled experience in terms of networking, sales leads and knowledge.
The organisers are proud to announce their sponsors for 2020. Platinum Sponsors: Maliban Biscuit Manufactories Ltd., Gold Sponsors: Aussee Oats Milling Ltd., Wijaya Products Ltd., Silver Sponsors: CBL Convenience Foods Lanka PLC, CMC Engineering Export GmbH, Alli Company Ltd., Maliban Tea, Nikini Automation Systems Ltd., Country Style Foods Ltd., and Maliban Vitagen.
The exhibition is supported and endorsed by the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Industry and Commerce. The National Agri Business Council join hands with the organisers to provide an insight to the agri business areas.
For more information, please visit www.profoodpropack.com or contact Supun on +94 77 3426 480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.