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Sea Food Africa

Egypt’s seafood market at a glance

Fish is an important food source in Egypt, accounting for 25.3% of the average household’s protein intake. According to WorldFish, Fish consumption in Egypt is estimated at 23.5 kg per person, per year.
Tilapia is the species most farmed in the country, which has 115,000 hectares of aquaculture ponds. The majority of the country’s fish production is consumed locally, providing the equivalent of one fish per person per week.
According to reports, Egypt is expected to produce about 2.3 million metric tons of fish in 2020. Fish-farming covers 75% of the country’s total fish production.

Sea Food Africa

In recognition of the vast attractiveness of the seafood market in Egypt and the African continent, Sea Food Africa will be running alongside the sixth edition of Food Africa.
Sea Food Africa is a dedicated platform for the trade of fish and other seafood products. It allows local and international fresh, frozen, and processed seafood producers, manufacturers, and distributors to meet potential buyers and partners to expand their businesses.
Sea Food Africa offers participants the opportunity to access substantial markets in Africa and build international networks. 

Exhibits Profiles

  • Feeds and veterinary drugs
  • Fresh fish and seafood
  • Frozen fish and seafood
  • Marinated seafood
  • Private label
  • Processed and packaged fish and seafood
  • Processing and packaging equipment
  • Ready to eat
  • Seafood industry service providers
  • Value-added seafood
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Market Insights
  • Food, beverages, & tobacco sales in 2016 in Egypt were estimated at $92bn and are expected to rise to $114bn by 2020

  • Food products sales in Egypt, in the retail market, stood at $70 billion in 2016

  • 40% of meat consumption in Egypt accounts for imports

  • Egypt imports close to $1 billion per year in dairy products

  • The African exports to Egypt are worth $360 billion

  • Agriculture and agro-processing across the African continent is set to witness an increase of $204bn by 2025

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Check out all the highlights from Food Africa 2019

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Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsor

Fintech Sponsor

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Strategic Partners

Dates Africa Strategic Partners

Official Hotels

Digital Partner

Ecommerce Partner

PR & Media Partner


From Sunday, 12 December 2021
To Tuesday, 14 December 2021

Daily opening hours:
11:00 AM - 07:00 PM


International Inquiries
Ms. Vanessa Abou Jaoudeh
Ms. Vanessa Abou Jaoudeh
Tel: +961 1 511 977 | Ext: 114
Fax: +961 1 511 970
Email: [email protected]
Local Inquiries
Ms. Dalia Kabeel
Ms. Dalia Kabeel
Tel: +20 2 252 45 187/88
Fax: +20 2 252 45 199
Email: [email protected]


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