China: Fi Asia And ProPak Create One Stop Sourcing Platform

  • Wednesday, 10 May 2017 00:00
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Food ingredients Asia China will be co-located alongside ProPak China at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) in July 2018.

Allworld exhibitions joined UBM in December 2016, and both companies have decided to join forces and create a one-stop purchasing platform for the Chinese food and beverage industry.

This will be achieved by co-locating Food ingredients Asia China (FiAC) will be co-located alongside ProPak China at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre SNIEC in July 2018. Combined, the exhibitions will bring together food ingredients as well as food processing and packaging solutions, to serve the growing food and beverage industry in China.

The combined event will cover over 75,000 sq m across six halls at SNIEC, and is expected to attract more than 27,000 professional visitors from China and abroad. Visitors will find different zones onsite for dairy products, beverages, starch and other ingredients. At the exhibition, there will be a variety of educational programmes and other innovative features, which will provide visitors with new ideas for business development.

The Chinese food market is forecasted to be valued at US$1.64 trillion in 2018. Given the huge demand from a population of 1.4 billion, coupled with growing desire for quicker and safer food, China's food industry continues to grow. The combined platform of FiAC and ProPak China will be the only event of this scale in China that brings together the entire industry value chain in one place.

“With the two events clearly positioned, FiAC-ProPak China focused on food manufacturing, and on health ingredients and finished health products, we aim to optimally serve the ever growing food and health industries in China,” said John van der Valk, managing director of UBM, for the regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

China's health and nutrition market has grown significantly in recent years, as the focus of the industry has shifted from treatment to prevention. The health food and supplements market is valued at a staggering US$28.5 billion, and in recent years has become a top destination for companies seeking solutions to make their food and beverage products healthier.

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