Must be 18+ and employed in the food and beverage industry to attend
SIAL China is an integral part of the SIAL Network, the world largest network of food and drink fairs. In 2020, SIAL China will celebrate it’s 20 anniversary.
The show sets the benchmark for overseas companies stepping into Asia and China as well as providing valuable market insights, trends and innovations of the regional food industry. It has become Asia’s largest food and beverage innovation exhibition.
Beijing, April 16, 2019 – SIAL China is proud to announce the 10 finalists for the SIAL Innovation 2019 Award. The Gold/Silver/Bronze Prize winners will be announced during SIAL Innovation Awarding Ceremony which runs at 3:30 pm-5:00 pm May 14th, 2019 in Hall E3.
SIAL China, the largest food innovation exhibition in Asia will be held from May 14th to May 16th, 2019, in Shanghai, China. With an estimated 4,300 exhibitors and 112,000 professionals expected to attend this year’s exhibition, SIAL China will provide food professionals with a unique platform for exchange and business opportunities with Asian markets.
• SIAL China has been a gateway to Asia’s emerging food and beverage markets for almost 20 years. • An estimated 4,300 exhibitors and 112,000 professional visitors will attend SIAL China 2019, May 14th to May 16th, 2019, at the Shanghai New International Expo Center in Shanghai, China. • At SIAL China 2019, around 56% exhibitors will be from more than 70 countries and regions outside of mainland
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