Pro Food/Pro Pack & Ag-biz 2016, Sri Lanka’s only comprehensive food, agriculture and packaging exhibition will be held for the 15th consecutive year from August 12 to 14, 2016 at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Hall (BMICH).
The exhibition is organised by the Sri Lanka Food Processors’ Association together with Presidential Award winning Lanka Exhibition and Conference Services.
The event, which has witnessed an evolutionary increase over the decade, will be held under the theme ‘from the farm to the fork’ denoting the entire chain of the food industry, which includes the inception of food, which mainly revolves around farms, to the process and finally, food on the table of the consumer.
The exhibition and consumer fair scheduled to be held within a span of three days, will feature all facets of the food and beverage industry and will include intricate details and the meticulous process that is required, for food products in order to make them available to the consumer. The event is renowned for providing a unique and comprehensive platform for the discovery and introduction of food processing, engineering and packaging services among the host of other benefits both the visitors and the stall holders would receive.
A highlight at this year’s expo is the two separate pavilions from the largest global players in the industry - India and China. Over 80 companies from India and China will participate in this year’s event. The event is set to attract stakeholders from many Southeast Asian countries as well. India is supporting the event as the partner country and will be represented by 30 Indian companies. The event has been earmarked as ‘a must attend’ throughout the entirety of its existence and has been renowned for providing all visitors and stall holders a unique experience.
This is the only exhibition of its kind to be held in Sri Lanka and over the years it has been known to provide each visitor and stall holder with a unique and unparalleled experience in terms of networking, sales leads and knowledge.
The exhibition is supported and endorsed by the Agriculture Ministry and Industry and Commerce Ministry.