How do I register?
Jordan Food Week
Applications must be submitted online, through the website. The link to register can be found on Jordan Food Week’s website:
All online applications must be typed, not hand-written. Hand-written applications will not be considered (exceptions may apply).
Make sure you submit all the required supporting documents and attachments (list of requirements is outlined on page 6 of the application), to avoid disqualification.
What are the requirements for registration?
All participants must have an official Certificate of Registration and a valid license. Applications without these documents will be rejected. For more information regarding registration and licensing procedures, click here: ‘How to register and license your business’.
If you are a home-based business, you also need to be licensed and registered. If you have begun the process, you may still apply.
If you are registering as a restaurant, all the required details in the registration form must be filled out, and the terms and conditions abided by.
Kindly note that one of the conditions is to integrate one or more of the home-based businesses’ products in your recipes, as JFW aims to connect home-based businesses with restaurants, in order to highlight and promote local food products as opposed to imported ones.
What if I am a new business and require a certificate and vocational license?
If you have started the process of application and your license will be ready before JFW begins, you are still eligible to register.
What type of products will be showcased?
Jordanian food products that reflect local heritage and culture, such as Labaneh, Jameed, cheeses, pickled products, olive oil, hot sauces, preserved fruit, jams, honey, dried fruits, vinegar, molasses and many more.
There will also be a large variety of different food stations offering local favorites and innovative twists on traditional Jordanian food.