At this year’s event, domestic businesses including ISITO and Kim Hai, introduced their environmentally friendly products such as straws made from fruit and vegetables, in addition to juice and snack products that have been made from dragon fruit.
A range of unique Vietnamese products proved extremely popular among visitors at the trade show, particularly products which had been made from dragon fruit. Indeed, the products have been grown following Global GAP standards and processed using Japanese technologies to ensure both safe and clean products for consumers.
The Specialty & Fine Food Asia 2019 event has provided an important forum for international businesses in related fields to meet, strengthen trade links, share creative ideas, in addition to helping suppliers find buyers for their products.
The event is being held across three days and is expected to attract more than 5,000 customers from the retail, wholesale, food, service, and hospitality sectors, with the aim of allowing firms to find new partners at the trade show.