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New products,solutions and networking NEXT month, thousands will flock to two new trade exhibitions in the GCC. Gulfood 2014 was one of the most successful editions, that a spin-off is taking place also in the same year. This is Gulfood Manufacturing, another important event in Dubai, particularly for those in the equipment, logistics and cold chain industries. Also in November, manufacturers and suppliers targeting the GCC’s most populous state will participate in Foodex Saudi in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. This exhibition, only on its second year, will be more expansive in terms of product categories, ranging from food ingredients and finished products to packaging and processing equipment. In South Africa, the international food and beverage festival, IFEA, will be another good venue to source new products, learn from the experts not only about the industry, but on import-export business in Africa. For more on these trade shows, read our previews. In feature, we provide you an overview of Oman’s food industry, where opportunities lie in the seafood and agricultural sectors. Our featured company in boardroom connection is Raka Cheese from Kenya. Learn why Rajesh and Kalpa Padia ventured in cheese-making more than 10 years ago, and how Raka has grown to become a leader in the business in a country that is not exactly a land of cheese lovers.

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