BE PART OF OUR FESTIVAL
Our team keeps raising the bar, year after year, and 2019 is already promising to be another record year. With over 35,000 visitors at Mdina and 9,000 visitors in Gozo, the Malta International Food Festival is Malta's biggest food event.
Over 60 exhibitors and caterers make part of both events each year and a promising 70% of all participants are retained year after another. If you are interested in exhibiting or sponsoring the show you may find a list of opportunities outlined below.
Are you a food importer, exhibitor or have anything interesting to augment as part of this festival? We're interested to get to know more about you,
call +356 99805029 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting at your convenience.
Along these years the below list of trusted partners have been working closely with our team to make the event a successfull one. Their brand has been part of this ever growing project for the last years.
More over given the large demand for custom-built stands, we’re cooperating with a number of partners in order to make sure that exhibitors are served with an effective, easy and efficient service during our events. Exhibitors are free to communicate directly with these partners.
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Covering an area of 10,000 m² the Malta International Food Festival is one of the largest festivals on the islands. Be sure to attract the noticeable attention by acquiring a valuable exhibit area. Details on the areas and distribution of stands can be found in this document.
To ensure the highest sanitary standards the event is inspected and certified by the Health Inspectorate within the Public Health Regulatory Division, ensuring that food produced, distributed and consumed by patrons meets the highest possible standards of food safety and hygiene. In order to reduce the incidence of any infringements participants are requested to follow these guidelines as governed by the Laws of Malta.