HKTDC Food Expo
The Premier Marketplace for F&B Industry
The food expo is divided into trade pavilions, distinguished food zones, and public pavilions
The food expo is divided into trade pavilions, distinguished food zones and public pavilions, with representatives from Germany, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom participating for the first time.
The pavilion has 21 regional pavilions
The pavilion has 21 regional pavilions, including the Czech Republic, Japan, South Korea, and Poland, and has attracted more than 70 groups of buyers from 25 countries and regions. The top 10 buyers are from China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, India, Macau, Iran, and the United States. The halal food area and the Chinese medicine exhibition area continue to provide the industry with the latest products and information. The trade center will also be open to the public on the last day of the exhibition.
Distinguished food district brings together 75 exhibitors with four different themes
Distinguished food district brings together 75 exhibitors with four different themes: Europe and America. Food, Asia.Cooking, sweet art.Leisure and green. Veolia presents the world's best food and wine.
One of the focal points of the public pavilion is the food court
One of the focal points of the public pavilion is the food court, which features 30 well-known food brands, including chihuahua bakery, Meixin, Nissin, Anji seafood, Taiban and Nien Tzu Nunn in Kyoto. It also includes five pavilions in China, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Major Exhibit Categories:
- Bakery Product
- Beverage (alcoholic)
- Beverage (non-alcoholic), Health Drink, Coffee
- Biscuits, Snacks & Confectionery
- Canned, Frozen & Processed Food
- Chinese Medicine
- Convenient & Instant Food
- Dairy Products
- Fruit & Vegetables
- Health, Green & Organic Food
- Meat & Poultry
- Rice, Noodle & Pasta
- Sauces & Seasonings
- Sugar & Sweet
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is a statutory body established in 1966 to promote, assist and develop Hong Kong's trade. With 50 offices globally, including 13 in Mainland China, the HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a two-way global investment and business hub. The HKTDC organizes international exhibitions, conferences and business missions to create business opportunities for companies, particularly SMEs, in the mainland and international markets.
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