PBFIA to represent the Indian Plant Based Foods Industry at The Speciality Food Festival, Dubai  

PBFIA to represent the Indian Plant Based Foods Industry at The Speciality Food Festival, Dubai  
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Dubai World Trade Centre is all set to bring the MENA’s leading event for the gourmet and food industry on 8 to10 November 2022, The Speciality Foods Festival. This year Plant Based Foods Industry Association (PBFIA) is an associate partner from India.

Known for being the home of fine food for hospitality in the region, The Speciality Food Festival is the platform to network with plant-based food and beverage companies from around the world. The 3-day exhibition will bring excellent networking and engagement opportunities to connect with the global industry to successfully develop, source, and distribute plant-based products. A go-to destination for the industry to discover what’s new, source 20,000+ products, learn about emerging trends, and build relationships with other food and drink professionals, source many innovative plant-based products, network with acclaimed industry pioneers, and learn how to stay ahead in the market.  
Sanjay Sethi, executive director, PBFIA, said, “With the presence of industry giants and investors, Dubai provides a great networking and export opportunity, and the Speciality Food Festival in particular is a great platform for startups to meet global leaders, develop good international partnerships, and learn about the latest industry trends in this sector while spotlighting their products. I'm also happy that our member, The Blue Tribe Foods, one of the leading companies in this space in India, also backed by the cricket master class Virat Kohli and Bollywood star Anushka Sharma, will be showcasing their products at the exhibition." 

The visitors from 8 -10 November 2022 will also get access to Gulfood Manufacturing, GulfHost, The Speciality Food Festival, ISM Middle East (previously Yummex ME), and Private Label Licensing ME. 

The demand for plant protein is increasing throughout the world. According to a report by Plant Based Foods Industry Association (PBFIA) and The Insight Partners, the Indian plant-based foods market is set to cross the US$ 5 billion (Rs 40,000 crores) mark by 2032. Of this, a significant share is expected to be occupied by the export market as well, which makes events like this even more important, so the plant-based industry can leverage this export potential. 

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