Leading Northern Irish food and beverage companies are showcasing their produce at Gulfood for the 14th consecutive year
Diverse products from seventeen Northern Irish companies are on display at the Gulfood 2021 exhibition. These include a range of high quality and grass-fed dairy products, infused rapeseed oils, balsamic vinegars, natural cider vinegar, popcorn and gluten-free fruit and vegetable snack products, in addition to a range of porridge oats and oat-based cereals.
The GCC is one of the fastest-growing global markets for Northern Irish produce and in recent years, Gulfood has proven to be a key enabler for Northern Irish food and beverage exports to the Gulf region. Last year, White’s Speedicook Ltd, a producer of oats and granola across the UK and Ireland, secured contracts in the Middle East estimated to be worth over GBP1million.
As Northern Ireland companies set their sights on growing their presence in key Gulf markets, particularly in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, Invest Northern Ireland looks forward to cultivating major distribution deals at the event.
The companies that comprise the Northern Ireland Pavilion at Gulfood 2021 include Ballylisk Dairies, producing award-winning white mould, single herd, full–flavoured cheese; BFree, a gluten and wheat free bakery brand; Broighter Gold, a producer of single variety cold-pressed rapeseed oil; Burren Balsamics, a small batch artisan producer creating naturally infused balsamic vinegars; Tayto Crisps, a crisps and popcorn manufacturer; Greenfields, an international dairy trading company and many more.
Invest Northern Ireland’s stand is located in S1 – D34 at Gulfood at the World Trade Centre.
Gulfood 2021, February 24 from 10am-5pm and February 25 from 10am-4pm. Visit the website.