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Oman Expo Will Be Held In October

The Food and Hotel Oman 2009 exhibitions will be held in October 2009 and will boost the hotel industry in the region.  Promoters for the exhibition said the continued growth in demand for food products in the Omani market will be reinforced.  

Organizers of the Oman expo said hotel equipment and supplies, a wide variety of food and beverages, food processing technologies, packaging products, and catering equipment will be featured.  General Manager of Omanexpo said the event was previously referred to as the Food Expo, but “we have rebranded it this year in light of the exciting developments in Oman’s hotel industry.”  Agriculture and fisheries equipment, hotel décor and style, and hospitality technologies will also be featured at the show.

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