China (Guangzhou) International Food Exhibition & Import Food Exhibition - IFE CHINA
China (Guangzhou) International Food Exhibition and Import Food Exhibition
China (Guangzhou) International Food Exhibition & Import Food Exhibition (IFE China) is one of the Informa trade events under Informa GE Asia’s portfolio. The edition will be held in Guangzhou, an industrial base and import and export hub for food business. With years of accumulation, IFE China becomes a leading B2B platform covering the whole value chain of the food industry. The event presents extensive opportunities for all participants to get in touch with prospective business partners in China. It is a must-attend platform for overseas food companies to enter the China market.
6 reasons to attend an exhibition
- Internationally recognized and established with a proven track record of 18 editions.
- Largest international trade event for the food industry in the South China region.
- An extensive gathering of over 2000 brands and more than 30 overseas pavilions.
- Expected to attract over 100,000 trade visitors from throughout China and supported by an extensive program of hosted buyers and conferences.
- Presenting exporters the opportunity to establish and build brands in China quickly and effectively.
- Organised by Informa Exhibitions, who have a portfolio of global flagship events in food, agriculture, nutrition & health industry.
Grasp the Opportunity of The Greater Bay Area
The development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (the Greater Bay Area) has been a feature of a number of China’s national strategies, including the Vision and Actions on Jointly Building the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and the 13th Five-Year Plan. The Greater Bay Area’s city cluster will extend across Hong Kong, Macao, and nine Pearl River Delta (PRD) cities. In order to further advance the initiative, the State Council promulgated the Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area on 18 February 2019, mapping out the development plan for the Greater Bay Area.
1. Import food:
Overseas specialty food, snacks, candy, biscuit, chocolate, grain puffing food, dried fruit, nuts, meat products, seasonings, beverage, wine, beer, spirits, etc.
2. Domestic food/organic and agriculture products/catering:
Snacks, dairy products, and egg products, organic food, grocery food, alcohol, non-alcoholic drinks, meat, fishery products, fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, cured meat, delicatessen/convenience food, canned food, frozen food, chain catering brands, catering design, agricultural products, etc.
3. High-end water/tea:
Natural drinking water, pure drinking water, hydrogen-rich drinking water, carbonated drinking water, water purification equipment, tea, tea set, tea products, etc.
4. Grains and edible oil:
Peanut oil, corn oil, olive oil, blending oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil, sesame seed oil, avocado oil, rice, noodle, potato, grains
5. Food processing and packing equipment:
Food processing machinery, cereals and oils machinery, packaging machinery, filling machinery, weighing equipment, packaging materials, etc.