Gulfood 2022 
13 – 17 February 2022
Dubai World Trade Centre
2531 Participating Exhibitors from 110 Countries
85 Country Pavilions
Over 1,000,000 Sqm. Ft. Show space
59,378 International Visitors from 162 Countries
Celebrating the 26th edition of Gulfood
The biggest annual food & hospitality show in the MEASA

WORLD’S LARGEST & MOST COMPETITIVE FOOD SOURCING EVENT
SHOWS HOW REAL BUSINESS IS DONE
Gulfood 2021 marked the most successful return for food businesses worldwide as the only live, in-person food & beverage sourcing event of the year.
The business was thriving across the show floor as exhibitors from 85 countries met up with buyers and attendees from 162 countries to kick-start 2021 with major orders. All, in the safest face-to-face business space.
Move fast to get ahead next year – we are back from 13-17 Feb 2022 at Dubai World Trade Centre.

DUBAI, THE TRADING HUB OF THE MIDDLE EAST
  • UAE is blessed with a strategic location between the east and west, which makes it accessible to major emerging economies, linking shipping routes and facilitating goods’ transportation between the various regions in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and Africa.
  • DP world total capacity is set to exceed 100 million TEUs by 2022
  • Dubai’s re-exports registered an AED 24-billion and grew 14 percent to AED 203-billion
  • Now as Dubai welcomes back tourists, residents, and international visitors, we are happy to announce we are back with another edition to keep the business momentum going.

GULFOOD IS THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENT OF THE YEAR FOR FOOD PROFESSIONALS
LOOKING TO SOURCE THE LATEST PRODUCTS, GAUGE MARKET DEVELOPMENTS
AND CONNECT WITH GLOBAL SUPPLIERS

  • Explore new markets
Open conversations with over 5000 suppliers from 198 countries around the world and discover new market opportunities from across the globe
  • Increase profits
Source from one of the widest range of global F&B products, at the most competitive prices for your business.
  • Join in discussion with the experts on the future of F&B
Learn about new and sustainable forms of producing and consuming food
  • 71% Exhibitors will make up to US$ 500K worth of orders over the next 12 months
  • 29% Exhibitors will make over US$ 500K worth of orders 

  • Join the first international F&B event to kick-start 2021
  • Beginning of this challenging year, local and international food businesses had the opportunity to reel in plenty of business opportunities during our five-day Gulfood 2020 edition. It also marked the last, in-person F&B event to be hosted in 2020 – a much-needed business uplifting moment for the entire industry.
The Gulfood show floor is segmented across 8 food & beverage sectors
DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTRE (DWTC) STRICTLY ADHERES TO ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS LAID OUT BY GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES, INCLUDING DUBAI HEALTH AUTHORITY AND DUBAI MUNICIPALITY TO ENSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF EVERYONE ON OUR PREMISES
Together with this, DWTC’s own ‘Venue Safe’ standards ensure strict adherence to all safety and hygiene measures for the safe return of organized events.
As we get ready to welcome you back with minimum impact on your event experience, the following Event Safety Measures have been put in place for an assured and secure visit. For your safety, compliance is legally required in all areas; a team of our dedicated and trained ‘Venue Safe’ champions will be happy to assist you across the venue.
DWTC follows the regulations issued by the Government of Dubai to safely conduct events, including a range of capacity and social distancing restrictions and frequent sanitization of the venue. DWTC continues to follow updates provided by the relevant Government and health authorities to ensure the wellbeing and safety of visitors, while The Bureau Veritas Safeguard Label reinforces its commitment to delivering responsibly hosted conventions, exhibitions, conferences, and events.
The checklists used for the SafeGuard Label were developed by health, safety and hygiene experts based on globally recognized best practices and recommendations to control contact between visitors, enforce cleaning frequency and disinfection, as well as ensuring compliance with regulations. The Label ensures procedures are in place for the safe resumption of business operations in line with local and international regulations, with detailed audits carried out to ensure that safety measures are implemented across venues efficiently, with the SafeGuard label awarded only when all of its requirements are met.
The SafeGuard label forms part of Restart your Business with BV, a suite of solutions to meet the needs of all sectors of the economy as they reopen for business. The program addresses the specific risks to all places where people live and work by training teams effectively on hygiene good practices and assuring that protective measures are properly set up and implemented transparently.
DWTC’s attainment of the SafeGuard Label signals that it has implemented the highest international safety standards, accelerating the momentum Dubai has been building to reopen various economic sectors and welcome international business travelers.

For more information, please visit our website:
www.gulfood.com