AgraME Explores MENA's Path to Food Security

AgraME Explores MENA's Path to Food Security

Running for 13 years, AgraME will take place on 25-26 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre

Under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment;  AgraME, the region's most advanced agriculture event, will explore the Middle East and North Africa's pathway to food security.

His Excellency, Mohammed Mousa Alameeri will lead the opening ceremony of the trade show on 25th October to welcome local and international agricultural and aquacultural technology suppliers and innovators.

This year, AgraME welcomes NEOM as its ‘Future of Food Partner’. NEOM’s Food sector aims to harness innovation to nourish people and the planet, while guaranteeing food security for generations to come.

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Visitors of AgraME will have the opportunity to explore the role technology will play in the transformation of global food systems as envisioned by the NEOM Food sector and its various initiatives.

More than 4000 global and local industry professionals will meet in Dubai to showcase their products and solutions aimed at achieving self-reliance in food production.

Running for 13 years, AgraME will take place on 25-26 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The two day event will be co-presented alongside AgroFarm and three other key vertical event platforms: AquaME, AgraME Fresh and the newly launched HortiME.

Brent Crosbie, Exhibition Director of AgraME commented: "Climate-change challenges and the supply hiatus caused by international political instability has highlighted the global need for food security as never before."

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