21 - 23 November 2023

Office Des Changes
Casablanca, Morocco

ABOUT Africa Food Show Morocco 2023

At the center of a lucrative multibillion dollar Food and Beverage market, Africa Food Show Morocco (AFS Morocco 2023 ) taking place from the 21th to 23th of November 2023 in Office Des Changes in Casablanca Morocco, represents the ideal B2B platform for global food and beverage suppliers keen  on increasing their footprint in Africa by coveringthe entirevalue chain fromfarm to fridge.

Held at “The Right Time & Place”, AFS gives you the exclusive opportunity to explore new territories and multiply your export activities, as well as to meet and network with global companies and fellow professionals to discuss the latest market trends, cutting-edge production and processing technologies.

From family-owned farms to multi-national power brands, both exhibitors and visitors at the Africa Food Show will have 3 full days to interact and discuss partnership agreements, sign agencyand distributorship contracts and develop new market strategies and cooperation procedures.

What is your choice for the Africa Food Show Morocco 2023?


Gain new connections – emails, names, handshakes - potential clients and client inquiries, boosting your sales pipeline for the year.



Connect, learn, collaborate and discover the inspiration to take on challenges and unlock new business opportunities.



Position yourself as a thought-leader and keep your company’s profile at the front of the industry.


Affiliate your brand to a global and world class event to ignite your brand visibility, earn repeat business and referrals to new clients.

AFS Blog

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RABAT, June 20 (Reuters) - Morocco's OCP plans to invest $7 billion in an ammonia plant using green hydrogen, produced from renewable fuel, it told Reuters, as ...

Morocco works on achieving national food security

Akhannouch referred to the review of the Green Morocco Plan, saying its achievements had guaranteed food security for Moroccans at the height of the...

Moroccan Government Reassures Moroccans of Measures to ‘Restore’ Balance to Food Supplies

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Morocco, Spain discuss regional food security

Morocco’s role in regional food security was the focus of talks between Minister of Agriculture, Mohamed Sadiki, and his Spanish counterpart, Luis Planas.

Morocco Launches MAD 10 Billion Program to Tackle Agricultural Challenges

The program is designed to combat drought-related issues and restore stability within agricultural production chains.

Morocco is 5th Largest Exporter of Lettuce to FranceThe UK is also a main importer of...

The UK is also a main importer of Morocco’s fresh lettuce.

Morocco 18th Largest Importer of British Food, Drink

Trade between the two countries increased significantly in the post-Brexit era.

Moroccan onion exports up despite increased drought

Despite the consecutive drought episodes experienced by Morocco, the country continued to increase its onion exports to reach 65,000 tonnes between June 2022...

Morocco on the podium of world exporters

Definitely Moroccan tomatoes continue to shine on the international market. Indeed, Morocco has become the world’s third largest tomato exporter in 2022,...

Food Process Solutions Opens ‘Business Hub’ in Morocco

Food Process Solution (FPS), a manufacturer of turn-key freezing and cooling equipment, opens a new Middle East/Africa (MEA) office in the port facility of...

Morocco uses ties with Israel to improve water, food security

As Morocco battles water and food insecurity, Israel is becoming a strategic partner, with a number of sustainable solutions reflected in recent deals.

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