Third International coffee and chocolate exhibition foresees the Kingdom future transforming from consumption to production

with international participation

Third International coffee and chocolate exhibition foresees the Kingdom future transforming from consumption to production

The organizing committee of the coffee and chocolates exhibition , which is being held for the third year in a row at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre during the period from 20th to 23rd of December 2016, revealedincreasing the size of exhibition area by 100% more of what it was in the past few years reaching 7781 m2 display area while the total number of participantsreached more than 100 participants because of the outstanding and unprecedented turnout during the exhibition second year.

Participationsvaries this year among domestic and international and specialist entrepreneurs in coffee and chocolate industry,which included many of the leading chocolate and coffee makers and dealers and international brands agents, besides representatives of global chocolate companies in the region who are participating in the exhibition to demonstrate the visibility of their brands and their strong presence in the gulf and Arab market and enhance communication with their customersIn addition to display all the coffee and chocolate kits as making and preparation machines and other modern technologies that fascinates coffee and chocolate lovers.

Participates this year: Brazil, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Oman andUAE. The exhibition aims to attract investors, suppliers and seeking new investments in this vital sector to open new horizons for entrepreneurs so that puts the kingdom on the map of commodity producing countries of coffee and chocolate instead of being consuming nation to conform to National Transformation Program 2020 and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Vision 2030 especially since it is known that the kingdom have more than 70 thousand coffee trees from the finest in the world that decorate Jazan mountains accompanied by cocoa trees which Faifa region development authority successfully planted in the first experiment of its kind in the Arab worldthat aims to present this product to the worldto achieve economic development for the Kingdom.

It is worth mentioning that the exhibition devoted many surprises and developments to engage visitors and lovers of coffee and chocolate exhibition in the largest recreational demonstration specific to these two commodities through global competitions and a training courses and workshops and meet specialists and professionals in the industry.

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