The event will kick off on December 6 with the participation of five Arab countries (Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Jordan and Palestine), four European countries (Italy, Spain, Azerbaijan and Greece) and two Asian countries (Malaysia and Indonesia), Trade Arabia reports.
The Exhibition is held under the patronage of Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority (BTEA).
The Gulf country seeks through the international gathering to attract foreign companies and investors as it has embarked on diversifying its economic partnerships.
For Yasmeen Jamal, chief executive of Bidayaat, the organizer of the event, visitors will also have the opportunity to attend entertainment activities inspired by the world of chocolate and coffee industry, as well as musical shows, coffee competitions.
Exhibitors on the other hand will use the gathering to launch their product.