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That’s why Gulfood is your gateway to new food business in established, evolving and emerging markets. Only here can you access more than 5000 local, regional and international suppliers from 5 continents during a critical phase in the annual world harvest cycle. Global prices are set here, and it is from this foundation that your business year will evolve.
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Food imports of specific items coming from China have been affected in the aftermath of the outbreak of novel coronavirus infection, food traders revealed at the 25th edition of Gulfood 2020 that opened in Dubai on Sunday.
Amit Sethi, managing director of Asia and Africa Food Trading, cautioned that if the status quo on the virus outbreak continued, bilateral trade between continents would be affected and consumers could expect a hike in food prices in the next six months.
Source: Gulf News
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