Gulfood 2021, the first in-person global food & beverage (F&B) event in almost a year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, started this Sunday at Dubai World Trade Centre.
DWTC , Dubai
21 February 2021, 12:00 AM
25 February 2021, 12:00 AM
Gulfood 2021 kicked off today at the Dubai World Trade Centre, with the participation of 2,500 companies from 85 countries, including some of the most prominent brands in the F&B sector.
Demonstrating its importance to the complete sector spectrum, 110 of the biggest names in F&B and business have come together under one roof.
Gulfood presents the main market trends on food and beverage and aims to highlight new innovations, consumer behaviour patterns, and revive communication links between thousands of key players in the sector over five days (21st-25th February).
The event is expected to attract thousands of buyers from across the world, and will feature more than 60 chefs including Michelin Starred culinary masters, 110 speakers including renowned business leaders, government heads and food innovators, as well as the best culinary experts in the UAE.
Gulfood 2021 will see the show’s first ever blockchain-based dairy exhibitor: Ingredia from France, while Amul, a global dairy company, will come to the emirate after recently launching 33 products in a single quarter.
Chef Talks Stage in Hall 8 from February 21 to 24 will see personalities such as Heather Mills speak on February 21 at 1PM GST.
Gulfood’s First in Food Workshops learning sessions to be held on February 21, 23 and 24 in Hall 2, will offer insights into the future of F&B. This year’s programme features live sessions on topics ranging from food safety and innovation to sustainable dining, food safety and F&B design.