EXPORA’S participation at Gulfood 2024

17 Jan, 2024

Gulfood 2024: The biggest gathering of the food and beverage industry takes place from February 19th to 23rd at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Gulfood 2024 is massive, with 5500+ exhibitors from 127 countries presenting their newest products and setting new trends. This is the place to be for global food & beverage sourcing.



Why Visit Gulfood Exhibition Dubai?

If you are looking for new food & agro suppliers or want to check out the latest trends, Gulfood is where you need to be. Walk through 24 huge halls, across a 1 million square foot exhibition area,  filled with 100k+ new products and innovations. 



Meet EXPORA at Gulfood 2024

EXPORA is a food and agro global trade company from India. We specialize in a range of Food & Agro products sourced directly from the origin – Rice, spices, pulses, sugar, processed food like vacuum fried food, makhana, frozen foods, gherkins, bakery, and confectionery. Discover our range of products on our website.



With offices and presence in India, UAE, Sri Lanka, Benin, and USA we service customers all across UAE, GCC, East Africa, UK, and Australia. 

Come discover our range of offerings for global trade at Gulfood 2024. We cordially invite you to our stall located at Za’abeel Plaza – ZP A5.



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