Ukraine: CSSF Gulfood 2019

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TFAS Kyiv attended Gulfood 2019, which took place in Dubai, UAE on February 17-21, 2019. Gulfood is the world’s largest annual food, beverage and hospitality exhibition, attracting F&B professionals from all over the world to Dubai – a hub for international trade and commerce. FAS Kyiv met U.S. exporters, producers and cooperators. Post sought opportunities at the show to demonstrate to interested and capable U.S. exporters that the Ukrainian market offers significant opportunities for U.S. food and beverage exports. CSSF funding paid for two participants’ airfare, accommodation and per diem (total cost $6,218.61).

Ukraine: CSSF Gulfood 2019

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