Exhibitors at the Djazagro trade show.

Djazagro at a glance

The show takes its name from "DJAZAIR", which means "Algeria" in Algerian Arabic, and from « agro » representing the agro-food sector.

Djazagro looks forward to seeing you for the next edition from 7 to 10 April 2025.

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People strolling the aisles of the Dajzagro trade fair in Algeria

Algeria, the leading market in North Africa

Located at the point of convergence of three worlds: Mediterranean, Arabic and African, Algeria holds a strategic geographical position. Today it is the third largest economy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) zone. The main cities, agricultural land and industrial activity is concentrated in the North. To the South, the Sahara Desert is a region that abounds with natural resources and hydrocarbons. Algeria is undeniably a land of opportunity.
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"A well-organized show that has become a must-attend event, it's also a show for discovery and exchange"
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"This type of show is very important for the development of companies and enables fruitful exchanges between them. Thank you for your professionalism."
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The tradeshow for agri-food production

Created in 2003 in Algiers,Djazagro is the tradeshow for agri-food production

The leading tradeshow in North Africa, Djazagro is an unmissable event with an exhaustive international offering in 6 sectors of activities: Processing, filling & packaging, Bakery - Pastry, Food products & Beverages, Ingredients & Flavourings, Hospitality & Food service and Hygiene. Every year, Djazagro takes place at the SAFEX Exhibition Park in Algiers. Djazagro's exhibitors, all exclusively manufacturers, fulfil the needs of 23,000 professional visitors in search of know-how, machinery and partnerships. All of them work for the development of agrifood production in Africa.