Profood Propack and Agbiz Exhibition 2023 from 4-6 Aug.

Profood Propack and Agbiz Exhibition 2023 from 4-6 Aug.

Source : ft

The Sri Lanka Food Processors Association (SLFPA) and Lanka Exhibition and Conference Services Ltd. (LECS) recently announced the highly anticipated 20th edition of the Profood Propack and Agbiz Exhibition, taking place from 4-6 August, at the BMICH Exhibition Centre, Colombo. 

The event is proudly endorsed and supported by the Ministry of Industries, the National Agribusiness Council, and the Institute of Food Science and Technology Sri Lanka. 

This landmark event is set to bring together industry leaders, stakeholders, and decision makers in the agriculture, food processing, packaging, sectors and importantly the academia who bring in new insights to the food science fraternity. 

As the largest trade fair in Sri Lanka dedicated to agriculture, food, beverage, and packaging, the Profood Propack and Agbiz Exhibition has significantly contributed to the macroeconomic growth of the country. The exhibition serves as a catalyst for the overall development of the food processing industry, creating diverse business opportunities and driving investments and exports.

Sri Lanka Food Processors Association President Delano Dias stated, “The Profood Propack and Agbiz Exhibition has played a pivotal role in widening the scope of the food processing industry. With expanding markets and growing demand, it is crucial that we fully tap into the potential of cultivating, producing, processing, and packaging food and drinks. This exhibition provides a platform to showcase the industry’s advancements, and it continues to be an important driver of growth for Sri Lanka.”

The exhibition offers numerous opportunities for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to display and promote their products. SMEs play a vital role in the industry’s growth, and this event enables them to gain exposure, build relationships, and explore potential collaborations with key stakeholders.

Profood and Propack 2023 Organising Committee Chairman Vasantha Chandrapala said: “Profood Propack and Agbiz 2023 is set to be an astonishing event. Our focus is on agriculture, food processing, packaging, and knowledge sharing. We have partnered with nine universities to showcase their innovations, and at the end of each day, we will evaluate their presentations. This exhibition is a prime opportunity for participants to network, exchange ideas, and stay updated on the latest industry trends.”

The exhibition aims to cover the entire spectrum of the industry under one roof, with a theme centred on “Farm to Fork.” It will feature a wide range of products, services, and innovations related to agriculture, processed food, beverage, and packaging. Concurrent events have been planned to further promote and market the exhibition, making it an unmissable event for all organisations and individuals involved in these sectors.

Exhibiting at Profood Propack and Agbiz 2023 offers numerous compelling reasons why businesses should seize this opportunity. By participating in Sri Lanka’s largest face-to-face networking trade show, exhibitors can gain maximum exposure for their products and services.

The event serves as a platform to increase future sales, establish valuable relationships with buyer groups and key officials, and attract potential joint ventures and tie-ups with international buyers. Interacting with industry leaders from both the public and private sectors enables participants to stay abreast of the latest innovations in the agriculture, food processing, and packaging industries.

With over 5,000 industry buyers expected to attend, the exhibition provides ample business opportunities. Moreover, exhibitors have the unique advantage of allowing potential customers to experience their products first-hand through touch, feel, and taste, ensuring a memorable and engaging interaction.

The exhibition expects to attract key industry stakeholders and decision makers, including exporters, small and medium entrepreneurs, procurement staff from supermarkets and hotels, government officials, farmers, and the general public. Visit for more information.

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