Know more about the Lebanon Pavilion.
We invite you to discover the generosity and diversity of the Lebanese cuisine. An opportunity to immerse yourself in Lebanon’s food heritage and tradition. An overwhelming burst of flavors and a fusion of textures and colors. Our products boast not only exquisite flavours but also high nutritional value that meets today’s healthier eating and living. The products will be showcased as part of the “Taste of Lebanon” booth, divided into two parts: the first will focus on wine and spirits and the second on specialty foods.
Find us on Site and Digital
Lebanese SME taking part in the “Taste of Lebanon” both are getting together under one platform to display their company’s diverse range of products. Expand your product network as we are offering you with the opportunity to connect with our industry-leading and pioneering businesses through our hybrid platform (online and on site).
Our marketing professionals and brand representatives will be available on site to promote the different Lebanese products and answer any question you might have on the products specifications in order to support you in your decision making. Our team will guide you to be able to meet your next business partner and build efficient connections.
Meet our Exhibitors Virtually
This digital platform enables you to efficiently connect with all participants of the “Taste of Lebanon” pavilion. Our F&B industry is ready to serve you all over the world, discover our peers and get to know the latest Lebanese cuisine trends.
This fair is a novel and innovative way of exhibiting when travel restrictions are in place hence optimizing resource utilization and allocation and enhancing chances of bigger participation from the Lebanese ecosystem in more international fairs and worldwide exhibition. It’s how our companies will be able to keep a footprint in world markets and get better visibility/generate opportunities for at least the next 2-3 years. Scroll down to see all the participating companies and their products and directly contact them through a call or email.
This initiative is organized through the joint efforts between a number of entities from the private and public sectors including the Lebanese Embassy in the UK, the Investment Development Authority of Lebanon (IDAL), the Association of Lebanese Industrialist (ALI), Fair Trade Lebanon (under the Business Innovation and Enhance Exports for Lebanon, initiated by US MEPI) , the UN Productive Sectors Development Programme (PSDP) funded the Canadian Government, the Agrifood Innovation Cluster (QOOT), René Moawad Foundation (RMF), and Middle East Airlines