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Jordanian food industries to participate in SIAL Canada

By : Business Editor

Jordan Daily – A group of Jordanian food industry companies will begin their participation in the SIAL Canada Food Exhibition in Montreal next Wednesday, according to a statement released by the Jordan Exporters Association on Saturday.

The SIAL Canada exhibition is considered one of the most important international exhibitions in the field of food manufacturing, with broad participation from various countries around the world.

Ahmed Al-Khudari, the president of the association, confirmed that coordinating Jordan’s participation in the exhibition aims to find marketing opportunities for Jordanian food industries within both the Canadian market and the markets of the participating countries.

He explained that the exhibition, which will be held for its 19th edition and will last for three days, will see Jordan’s thirteenth participation. It will include companies working in various food industries, including coffee, spices, herbs, and sweets.

Al-Khudari emphasized that the exhibition represents a significant opportunity for Jordanian companies to promote their products and keep up with the latest developments and modern technology in the field of food manufacturing. This contributes to the development and enhancement of the quality of national products in line with global developments in this field.

According to Al-Khudari, it is expected that more than 500 exhibitors representing about 50 countries will participate in the exhibition, which presents an opportunity to open new markets for national industries.

He confirmed that the Canadian market is promising for national products, and there are broad opportunities for the national industry to enter, especially in light of the existence of a free trade agreement signed between the two countries, which provides great opportunities and incentives to stimulate trade and enhance investment opportunities in Jordan.

Jordan is linked with Canada by a free trade agreement, the first signed by Canada with an Arab country, signed in 2009, and came into effect in 2012.

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