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Welcome to Kazakhstan's leading food industry exhibition:

Participation in World Food Kazakhstan, is the most efficient way to develop partnership relations with Kazakhstan and Central Asia. It is the most anticipated B2B trade show for the food industry in the region where Pakistan pavilion will be organized for you to showcase your products on this platform.

 
FACTS & FIGURES
 
 
EXHIBITOR PROFILE
  • Meat and poultry
  • Fish and seafood
  • Diary products and ice cream
  • Fat and oil products
  • Confections and bakery
  • Rice & Grains
  • Vegetables and fruit
  • Canned products
  • Frozen products
  • Finished products
 
  • Baby food and dietary food
  • Tea and coffee
  • Alcohol-free beverages
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Herbs and spices
  • Vitamins and minerals
  • Additives and preservatives
  • Packaging equipment
  • Kitchen and bakery equipment
 
The scope of Kazakhstan’s billion dollar fruit & vegetables market
  • Some great opportunities for foreign suppliers have emerged in recent years, with 80% of Kazakhstanis preferring imported produce.
  • Imports create an inbound market worth over $1.5 billion
  • Kazakhstan faces a domestic fruit production shortage of roughly half a million tons a year – and relies on imports.
  • 628,000 tons of fruit was imported in 2016, highlighting the demand for foreign varieties.
    MOST POPULAR FRUIT IMPORT
  • Grapes – 142,000 tons
  • Apples – 127,000 tons
  • Dried fruit and nut mixes – 86,000 tons
  • Citrus fruits – 82,000 tons
  • Bananas – 47,000 tons
 
    MOST POPULAR VEGETABLE IMPORT
  • Onions and garlic – 165,000 tons
  • Carrots, turnips, and beets – 82,000 tons
  • Potatoes – 77,000 tons
  • Cabbages – 69,000 tons
  • Tomatoes – 65,000 tons
 
Kazakhstan’s $3 billion halal food sector
 
 
  • Over 70% of the nation’s 17 million residents identify as Muslim, powering a higher demand for top quality halal products.
  • Roughly $22 billion is spent on food and drink across Kazakhstan every year. The country’s Muslims spending $12.4 billion.
  • The number of outlets selling halal food has risen in recent years, alongside an increase in the number of halal enterprises operating in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan is home to over 600 halal businesses, plus 130 dedicated slaughterhouses catering to Kazakhstan’s Muslim population.
  • Halal has become a driving force in Kazakhstan’s food and beverage market – especially in the meat sector. 30% of all meat sold throughout the country is classified as halal.
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    Kazakhstani consumers “prefer imports”
     
     
  • High production costs is raising the price of domestically produced food in Kazakhstan as such, Kazakhstan’s population is turning more towards imported foods.
  • Behind Kazakhstan’s rising food production costs is an uncertain economic situation, a floating exchange rate between the tenge and dollar means domestic producers cannot fix their own prices.
  • 2016 saw a sharp rise in food prices of 17.6% as a result of the above.
  • Kazakhstan’s food and drink imports account for around 10.5% of all of its annual import volumes. In 2016, the nation imported around $5.8 billion worth of foodstuffs .
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    Your Booth in Pakistan Pavilion:
     
     
     
    Enquire about a stand in Pakistan pavilion
     
    Phone: 021-34540434
    Email: info@eventage.com.pk
    Web: www.eventage.com.pk
     
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