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FEED COST CHALLENGES AND HUGE MARKET OPPORTUNITIES: HIGHLIGHTS AT POULTRY AFRICA 2022

12 October 2022

Nearly 1,600 professional delegates from 53 countries visited the 123 exhibiting companies at the 3rd edition of Poultry Africa, successfully concluded last Thursday in Kigali, Rwanda. The poultry broiler and layer industry of the Sub-Saharan Africa met last week in Kigali for a stimulating business gathering with global suppliers and international speakers of the feed to food poultry supply chain.

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POULTRY AFRICA 2022 OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED

31 May 2022

Today, Poultry Africa 2022 has been officially launched during the press conference held at Jaarbeurs, Utrecht amidst the ongoing edition of VIV Europe 2022. Poultry Africa started in 2017 as a biennial B2B international trade show, and is now in its 3rd edition bringing the Feed to Food concept to the poultry industries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Kigali Convention Centre (KCC), which is one of the largest in the region, will be again the venue for this premium event.

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JOIN THE MOST COMPLETE POULTRY SHOW IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

24 August 2022

Poultry Africa 2022 is ready to kick-off in less than two months. Leading suppliers will show you the best in poultry products and services at this unique B2B international trade show, powered by VIV worldwide. Already at its 3rd edition, the event brings once again the full supply chain from Feed to Food to the poultry industry professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa from October 5-6, 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda. Professional visitors’ access to the Expo is free upon registration.

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POULTRY AFRICA COMES BACK IN 2022

30 June 2021

VNU Europe, the organizer of the Poultry Africa Expo powered by VIV worldwide, recently decided not to proceed with the 2021 show that was planned on 1-2 September this year. The decision has been taken due to the current travelling restrictions still present around the world and the continuous uncertainties due to the pandemic.

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