Expo ANTAD & Alimentaria México 2020?
REASONS TO EXHIBIT
Reference trade show in the sector
It's the gateway to the Americas for the Food & Beverage (F&B) industry with 500 international exhibitors in 7.500 sqm. and 650 local exhibitors in 22.500 sqm.
More than 9.300 professional buyers
83% of the surveyed visitors take part in or influence purchasing decisions.
Access to the Mexican market
Guaranteed attendance of ANTAD members' buyers, representing the most important 104 chains and 55.148 stores of the country.
Access to the North, Central and South American markets
Attendance of buyers from the most important chains and distributors of the American continent, members of the Latin American Supermarkets Association (ALAS).
Impact to more than 37.000 professional visitors
Visiting mainly from Mexico, USA and Latin America: modern distribution, importing and food service professionals.
Satisfaction of the participating companies
92% of the participating companies consider participating in future editions.
Segmentation of Expo ANTAD & Alimentaria México 2019
- 67% Food & Beverage
- 33% Other: (Technology, Furniture, Hygiene, General Merchandise)
Origin of the exhibitor
- 67% Mexican companies
- 33% international companies
Origin of the international Food & Beverage exhibitor
- More than 350 international companies
- 28 countries of origin: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Ecuador, El Salvador, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United States.
- Open to the world with an extensive network of international treaties.
- Facility to do business: among 190 countries, Mexico ranks #54 (#1 among 42 LATAM countries) in the “Doing Business” ranking (The World Bank, 2019).
- High sectorial importance of the tourism and hospitality industry.
- Mexico´s traditional cuisine has been given intangible World Cultural Heritage status.
- Consumption of processed foods in Mexico represented $ 114.6 billion in 2016.
- Growth of the average annual growth rate (TMCA) of 5% is expected in the period 2017-2022.
- F&B, a dynamic sector that represented 3.5% of the GDP in 2017 (18.2 billion pesos) and whose imports and exports grew at a rate of 16% and 4% (2016-2017). Miscellaneous food preparations, soy flour, other sugars, liqueurs, chocolate, animal products (pork, poultry, concentrated milk, beef, cheese) stand out among other imported products.
- The foodservice industry in Mexico grew by 3.9% between 2015 and 2016, reaching sales of 819 billion pesos during 2016.
- Mexican households (more than 33 million in 2016) spent 35.2% of their budgets on F&B in 2016.
- 10% of the population buy gourmet products.
- The three deciles with the highest salaries spend 45% of their income on F&B: 69.3% at home and 30.7% outside home.
MEXICO - A GATEWAY TO THE AMERICAS
*Source: International Monetary Fund