Some of the tastiest foods to be found around the world were on show this week at a trade show in Abu Dhabi.

A range of delicious foods were recently on offer for people who took flights to Abu Dhabi at the SIAL Middle East 2011 show.

Beginning on Monday November 21st, the event was opened by Shaikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

In total, representatives from 14 countries attended to show off their produce at the business event, with pavilions created by businesses coming from as far afield as Argentina, Korea and Vietnam.

As well as offering a place to find some fantastic foods, the event also provides a showcase for culinary professionals, as it plays host to the WACS Global Chefs Challenge and Hans Bueschkens Young Chefs Challenge.

More people could be taking flights to Dubai in the future, as the emirate has announced plans to construct the world’s biggest passenger terminal, with five runways planned for the site.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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