Already since 1994, the German exhibition specialists fairtrade and their Iranian partners Palar Samaneh have been organising Iran agrofood.
With some 40,000+ trade visitors and 1,400+ exhibitors from 40+ countries annually in years like 2016 to 2018 and its decades-long success story, Iran agrofood is the industry’s most important platform for valuable business contacts for Iran and its neighbouring countries.
With its four dedicated partial fairs Iran agro, Iran food + bev tec, Iran food ingredients and Iran food + hospitality, Iran agrofood covers the entire process chain from field to fork.
Fresh start for the Iran business
Joe Biden's election as President of the USA could open up new perspectives for doing business with Iran.
In a recent guest commentary on CNN, he gave detailed explanations:
"I will offer Tehran a credible path back to diplomacy. If Iran returns to strict compliance with the nuclear deal, the United Stated would rejoin the agreement as a starting point for follow-on negotiations. With our allies, we will work to strengthen and extend the nuclear deal's provisions, while also addressing other issues of concern. …
I will also take steps to make sure US sanctions do not hinder Iran's fight against Covid-19."
If appropriate agreements are reached, sanctions could be reduced or even eliminated altogether. Financial transactions could be re-established within the usual framework. This would create new perspectives for doing business with Iran. And thus new perspectives for the exhibitors of Iran agrofood 2021.
Bookings for 2021 now open
To book YOUR STAND, please contact the fairtrade team.
Iran agrofood consists of the four sub-brands agro, food + bev tec, food ingredients and food + hospitality
Iran agrofood in corona times
Despite the corona pandemic, the 27th Iran agrofood was held as a live event from October 4 to 7, 2020, although more like a national than an international event. As such, Iran agrofood proved that it can also be successful in corona times, provided hygiene and safety precautions are strictly observed. Admission was limited to professional visitors.