Powering groundbreaking innovation in the F&B Industry, Gulfood Manufacturing 2022 will be the definitive destination to see the future of food production from new ingredients and advanced technologies to integrated supply chain solutions and breakthrough developments driving the industry forward.
The only event to connect with global food manufacturing associations and government entities.
WHAT’S NEW IN 2022
We explore the industry’s most pressing challenges and trends including the latest supply chain disruptions, and the prices of fertilizer, raw materials, and food commodities that are rising, hitting economies, manufacturers and consumers worldwide.
With huge inflationary measures in place affecting the cost of raw materials, in addition to rising energy prices and transportation costs, large food manufacturing companies have the challenging balancing act of maintaining a cost base as efficiently as possible without passing on higher costs to their supply chain.
We present a number of ways that food manufacturers can keep up with the inflation wave and emphasize how responding quickly and building efficient flexible processes and plants will surely be more successful for manufacturers.
We explore the latest disruptions in food manufacturing, including digital technologies, 3D printing, bacterial sensors on food packaging, and electronic noses for food authentication and artificial intelligence.
Food production is fundamentally affected by innovations, but disruptive technologies can throw a wrench in established technologies and shake up an industry…or create a completely new one.
We put a great deal of emphasis on this year’s discussions on innovative food production, distribution, and consumer acceptance of food disruptions. We are focusing on providing solutions and showcasing trends that will be vital resources for food scientists, technologists, engineers, agriculturalists, chemists, product developers, researchers, academics, and industry professionals.
Africa – The New Food Map
We deep dive into the food processing industry in Africa which is experiencing growth and transformation. An abundant, fertile land base and a large farming population allow Africa to grow all of its own food and even produce surpluses. Several initiatives have been undertaken by countries, foundations, and governments to help farmers and the food manufacturing industry improve the quality and quantity of their crops and products in the past few years, including farmer education, improved inputs, irrigation projects, and other initiatives.
A growing number of private investments in African agriculture have been making it possible for African farmers and the food processing industry to reach their full potential by removing some of the barriers preventing them from achieving their full potential.
We discuss the mitigation of business risks as well as breaking down global supply chain blocks by investing in F&B manufacturing facilities in Africa and utilizing the Africa-UAE trade route to dominate new markets in SAMEA and the rest of the world. African agriculture has the opportunity to develop and modernize over the current crisis, putting the region on a path to food security and economic prosperity that the rest of the world can learn from.
The Rise Of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is the largest economy in the Arab world and home to a growing food manufacturing and processing sector. Investments in this sector are expected to reach $70 billion in 2030.
This year more than ever, we examine what the kingdom’s priorities are towards the F&B manufacturing industry as the world’s second-largest oil producer is rapidly going green and as the kingdom’s industrial evolution and sustainability unfold, we embark on a steep trajectory.
Novel Solutions and Services
We address the industry’s most complex challenges and trends, including risks in food manufacturing, safety, product development, and regulation impacting economies, manufacturers, and consumers around the globe.
A strong food system is characterized by food safety & nutrition, an attribute that is constantly evolving. All participants in the food value chain play a crucial role in ensuring food safety, including farmers and producers, manufacturers and retailers, academics and researchers, food service workers, and consumers.
We explore trends, solutions, and technologies that can help food manufacturers gain insights and drive better, quicker decision-making so that organizations can compete more effectively in food safety and manufacturing and overcome complexity.
We unveil the biggest innovation yet in the F&B manufacturing industry. We discuss how the use of disruptive innovation & tech can protect the planet and
reconcile the mounting global appetite. We also explore how food manufacturers can utilize technology in new and emerging ways to use it to lead and make a difference in their organizations.
We dive deeper into the factories of the future, AI & Big Data to feed the world, predict the next food crisis and solve food access challenges. We also look at emerging technology trends that may disrupt the industry in the near future and could pave the way for future innovations.
Business innovation is more digital than ever we discuss innovative packaging strategies, food innovations through microbiomes, and fermentation technology and showcase disruptive products on the show floor.
Our emphasis is on bringing leading industry experts to speak on topics that will facilitate and empower food manufacturers in creating the right brand experience while reducing production costs and reducing waste, offsetting product shortages through the use of ingredients that are both capable of replacing and enhancing, as well as uncovering trends and technologies within the industry that are driving innovation.
Factories of the Future
There’s no industry that isn’t investigating the potential opportunities of the metaverse – Practical applications of AR are already being explored in the agri-food sector.
Farmer’s AR is helping them improve their understanding and management of land resources, improve productivity, streamline training and enhance safety. We have only scratched the surface and leaders must consider the Metaverse as a key trend that will provide opportunities and drive strategic business innovations beyond technology.
South Asia Scene
We cover territory insights on the latest developments in the fight against food inflation and tackle rising energy costs, supply chain blockages, and labour shortages that are plaguing the F&B manufacturing industry.
Furthermore, we examine the enhanced opportunities for fighting the food crisis in saturated markets like South Asia, as well as why investing in food and beverage manufacturing plants can lead to food security and turn these saturated markets into opportunities to scale during an inflation crisis.
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