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02.09.2014 - 03.09.2014 |

Arab Beverages Conference and Exhibition (ABCE) will be held from the 2nd till the 3rd of September 2014.

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The Arab Beverages Association and the Arab Federation for Food Industries have the pleasure to invite you to the Arab Beverages Conference and Exhibition (ABCE) 2014. ABCE will be held on the 2ndand the 3rd of September this year at the Fairmont Hotel in Cairo, Egypt.

This conference will bring together representatives of governmental institutions including the chambers of commerce, industrial and agricultural organizations, manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, and researchers with academic background. With the object to explore and discuss opportunities and restrictions facing the industry.

ABCE 2014’s main topics of discussion are:
The juice, dairy, water and other beverages’ market growth and opportunities.
The availability of raw material and its effect on the beverage industry.
The latest governmental legislations and guidelines in regards to safety and quality product manufacturing. This will also cover health claims and consumer nutritional concerns.
The Arab trade barriers and constraints.
The power struggle and the water crisis’s effect on the beverage industry.

Production innovation and technical issues.
New developments and considerations in packing systems with respect to their environmental issues.
The latest scientific research and technological developments in the field.

Educating consumers towards unhealthy wrong eating habits for food products in general and in the beverages in particular.

Industrial and retail investment in Egypt.
An important aim of this conference is to offer networking opportunities and foster debate among up to 200 participants from all over the world, and from the Arab world in particular. Through your participation, you can help in developing’ issues to be explored further. Furthermore ABCE 2014 is a unique opportunity for investors to meet with related parties.

ABCE 2014’s admission is free of charge.
For more information, please contact Ms. Mounira Jazzar: mouniraj@arabbev.org