21 - 26 January 2022, Malaysia Pavilion @ EXPO 2020 Dubai

Sustainable Agriculture Week - Our Food, Our Future!

Company Information

The establishment of the National Farmers Organization (NAFAS) was launched on 31 March 1972 by the 2nd Prime Minister of Malaysia, the late Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein. At the beginning of its establishment, NAFAS, known as the National Farmers Association, was registered under the Farmers Associations Act 1967 and acted as the parent body to farmers’ associations throughout the country. Over time and to enable the movement of farmers to move forward, farmers’ associations and agro-based cooperation companies throughout Malaysia have been merged and become Area Farmers’ Organizations and registered under the Farmers’ Organizations Act 1973.

Featured Products

Peladang Tebaloi Crackers

Tebaloi is a popular snack of Sarawak. It is also known as Sago Snack.

Peladang Kelutut Honey

Kelulut honey is produced by stingless bees found in Malaysia.

Peladang Cooking Paste

Seasonings in powder form. Giving authentic truly Malaysia taste.

Peladang Kopi-O 2in1

Peladang Coffee 2 in 1 can be drink anywhere as simple as it.

Peladang Strawberry Based

Maintain the original taste by not using preservatives or artificial colors.

Peladang Canned Food

Various types available such as Chicken Curry, Meat Curry, Catfish Curry, and Sambal.

Carotene Oil

Made from Red Palm Fruit Oil and Olive Oil. This oil is good for 100% Natural.

Peladang Marinated Lamb

Lamb shoulder marinated with special spices.

Peladang Pratha Pastry Bread

Good taste and crunchy bread without MSG and cholesterol.

Peladang Ready To Eat

Comes in various traditional Malaysian cuisine to choose.

Business Matching Opportunities with

National Farmers Organization

As a visitor, you are welcome to enjoy this free service to meet your best-fit business partners. Simply fill in this form to pre-register and express interest in Business Matching during registration. You will receive an email with participating company profiles around 8 weeks before the exhibition.