There is no doubt that the food traditions and habits we follow have changed a lot as a result of the change in our daily life and rapidity of our lifestyle. As a result, there has been a growing gap within our customs and traditions, especially those related to food and drink.
As part of our commitment to preserve and promote traditional food and drink, DAL Food launched the first Sudan Traditional Food Festival in 2015 which was tremendous success among the Sudanese community, locals and visitors alike. This second edition of the festival which will spam five days will allow visitors to experience interesting exhibition tours, several outdoor activities such as live cooking demonstrations, traditional music and dance performances dances, all representing the rich cultural diversity and artistic heritage of Sudan; and a traditional outdoor market where traditional cooking utensils, handicrafts, pottery and traditional dishes are sold.
The festival will include a number of internal exhibitions and outdoor activities meant for displaying and documenting all processes, activities and rituals (such as music and dance) associated with the production and processing of traditional Sudanese foods..