32nd International Trade Show

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Iran agrofood 2024 a huge success! 847 exhibitors from 12 countries established valuable business contacts with 40,000+ trade visitors

The 31st edition of Iran agrofood closed its doors on a very high note. Exhibitors, institutional partners and organisers alike all agree: Iran agrofood 2024 was a complete success.


First impressions Iran agrofood 2024

Being one of the three most important trade shows in Iran, Iran agrofood continues to be as lively and vital as ever. Over the four show days, the halls were literally stormed, full of exhibitors and trade visitors holding business talks.

The decades-long success story of Iran agrofood as the most important agrofood platform for Iran and its neighboring countries thus continued in 2024 and Iran is all set for continuous growth in its vibrant agrofood market towards 2025 and beyond.

Let’s hear what the exhibitors said:

Listen to how our exhibitors evaluate the 2024 event

  • Ghazaleh Faridmehr

    Ramin Ahmadzadeh

  • Mona Jamshidi
    Arta Fidar Kia

    Ensieh Haj Azimi

  • Hadi Saï
    WeissBio Tech

    Peyman Soltani

  • Emrah Kaya

    Mostafa Navasi

  • Saeed Moshaver
    Saeed Moshaver GmbH


    Kamal Sobat
    Rossi Ingegneria Alimentare

  • Navid Alizadeh
    Pas Addak

    Amir Tavakol Harandi
    Samt o Soo Atieh

Iran agrofood took place from 8 to 11 June 2024 and had 847 exhibitors from 12 countries participating in 22 halls at the Tehran International Permanent Fairground. This made the 2024 edition one of the largest in the long history of this international trade fair.

The exhibitors came from Austria, China, Denmark, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Russia, Spain, Thailand, Türkiye and the United Arab Emirates.

Spearheaded by fairtrade Messe, the renowned German trade show specialists, and their Iranian partners Palar Samaneh, Iran agrofood serves Iran’s vibrant agriculture, packaging, food, beverage and hospitality industries.


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Why Attend?

Global Business Hub:
Over 40,000 esteemed trade visitors will convene to explore transformative business prospects with 840+ exhibitors, creating a dynamic environment for networking and growth.

Innovative Insights:
Immerse yourself in a diverse showcase spanning 18 halls, presenting cutting-edge solutions and technologies across the agrofood spectrum.

International Collaboration:
Engage in constructive B2B interactions, forging meaningful connections with industry leaders and visionaries.

A Partnership for Excellence:
The 31st Iran agrofood is the result of a collaboration between the German trade show experts, fairtrade Messe, and their esteemed Iranian counterparts, Palar Samaneh. This partnership guarantees a seamless experience for both exhibitors and visitors.

A Continuing Saga of Success:
Building on its decades-long legacy, Iran agrofood has established itself as the preeminent agrofood platform for Iran and its neighboring countries. This saga of success continues to unfold in 2024.

Iran is one of the largest agrofood markets in the Middle East

Facts & figures on the Iranian agrofood market

With a population of 90 million, Iran has long been the largest food market in the Middle East. Expenditure in the F&B sector is growing steadily, and F&B production is by far the largest segment of the Iranian processing industry. 

Accordingly, the demand for food and beverage ingredients is rising continuously. Iran ranks globally among the top five producers of apricots, cherries, sour cherries, cucumbers and gherkins, dates, eggplants, figs, pistachios, quinces, saffron, walnuts, and watermelons.

According to WTO, Iranian food imports made up for US17.2bn in 2022, up 14.7% compared to US$15.0 billion in 2021. Food exports amounted for US$4.8bn compared to US$5.4 billion in 2021.

According to VDMA, Iranian imports of food processing and packaging machinery amounted to €141 million in 2022, up 9.7% compared to €129m in 2021.

Imports of packaging machinery grew by 23.4%, from €54m in 2021 to €67m in 2022.

Iranian imports of agricultural technology have grown by 15.8% annually over the past five years. The Iranian market for agricultural technology thus ranks among the TOP 2 in the Middle East, in line with Saudi Arabia.

Representing the entire value chain - from field to fork

With its four dedicated partial fairs Iran agro, Iran food + bev tec, Iran food ingredients and Iran food + hospitality, Iran agrofood covers the entire value chain from field to fork.

And this is how the individual sub-fairs are allocated across a total of 22 halls on the exhibition grounds.

  • Iran agro in hall 38

  • Iran food + hospitality in halls 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 25A-D, 27, 31A, 31B, 40-40A, 41-41B, 44/1

  • Iran food ingredients in hall 35, 38

  • Iran food + bev tec in halls 38, 38A, 38B, 44/2

Exhibition topics

A unique concept: Iran agrofood covers the entire value chain – from field to fork

Top governmental support

Iran agrofood enjoys the support of

  • Iranian Ministry of Agriculture-Jihad
  • Iranian Ministry of Industry, Mine & Trade
  • Iran Food and Beverage Importers Association FBIA
  • Iran Food Machinery Manufacturers Association IFMMA
  • Iran Organic Association

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