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Food Exhibition Nigeria West Afirca

Food and Beverage Exhibition West Africa is heralded as being year 2019s biggest food and beverage expo of Africa to be held in Lagos, Nigeria.

Food & Beverage Exhibitions Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa

Food and Beverage West Africa is the premier exhibition for food and beverage Industry. It will host 150+ Companies both international and local. While visiting the show, you will be able to find rice distributors or importers in Nigeria, West Africa for entering one of the world’s fastest-growing FAB markets. Book your stand or pre regisiter for free visitor pass. Visit or call @ +44 (0) 2476 158100 for more details.

Food and Beverage Exhibition West Africa

Food and Beverage West Africa (@fabwestafrica) on Instagram: “Save the date! Food and Beverage West Africa is taking place on June 18th -20th 2019, at the Landmark Centre in Lagos, Nigeria.
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Have You Heard? 2019 Edition of Food and Beverage West Africa Is Your Best Bet To Grow. It is a premier exhibition that will host over 120 food and beverage companies both internationally and locally and host over 4,000 attendees consisting of local importers, distributors, manufacturers, retailers, hospitality and other industries. Visit here to know more!

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