February 19, 2017

International Food Exhibition Philippines 2017

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  • A premiere event in the country highlighting the Asian ethnic food and ingredients – the International Food Exhibition 2017 or IFEX is set to happen on May 18, 2017 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.


    Image grabbed from IFEX Philippines

    IFEX Philippines is a global trade show designed for local and international food companies to meet and transact with the world’s top buyers.

    IFEX would serve as an exclusive venue for leading Philippine food export companies and food trade associations to promote their products and strengthen links with international buyers, importers and retailers.

    There will also be an Artisan Village, a place where you can witness a vibrant and colourful market environment of local artisan communities, featuring terroir products and artisanal delicacies by food manufacturers from the different regions in the Philippines.

    At IFEX, one can take home and splurge on fruits and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood products, and homemade regional delicacies.

    The event will also display collections of never-before-seen food products with high-market potential , which were developed in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). The gallery also features the innovative packaging designs created by the young designers of the Design Center of the Philippines (DCP).

    Event details:

    What: International Food Exhibition Philippines 2017

    When: May 19-21

    Where: World Trade Center, Pasay City

    Ticket prices to be annouced soon. To register, click HERE


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