Washington (USDA FAS Global Agricultural Information Service) – Report Highlights:
Baby food imports are booming into South China…. Upcoming opportunities for U.S. exporters to meet with South China livestock companies as well as retail food importers…ATO Guangzhou organized U.S. fresh fruit workshops, participated in cranberry, seafood, and tree nut marketing events, and carried out a number of other promotional activities.
May 8-11, 2017 HOFEX, Hong Kong: HOFEX is a huge USDA-endorsed food and hospitality show, and a number of U.S. exporters will showcase their premium food and beverage products at this show in Hong Kong. Meat, seafood, condiments, fine wines and many other products will be featured. ATO Guangzhou is coordinating with South China food service importers and distributors to visit the show. Any U.S. exporters that wish to meet with these South China traders may contact ATO Guangzhou Marketing Specialist Vivian Xian (Vivian.Xian@fas.usda.gov).
May 17-19, 2017 SIAL China, Shanghai: SIAL China is the largest food innovation exhibition in Asia, and is also a USDA-endorsed show. Over 3000 exhibitors from over 60 countries are expected to attend the show, along with tens of thousands of Chinese buyers and industry professionals. This show includes a wide variety of products, including meats, fruit, grocery products, wine, pet foods, and many others. ATO Guangzhou will be at the show and any U.S. exporters interested in meeting with key South China buyers can please contact ATO Guangzhou Marketing Specialist May Liu (May.email@example.com).
May 18-20, 2017 China International Animal Husbandry Expo (CAHE), Qingdao: China International Animal Husbandry Expo, known as CAHE, is the largest livestock show in Asia. It is a great platform to learn about the Chinese livestock industry and meet Chinese buyers. ATO Guangzhou will visit the show to meet with industry leaders and importers to gain more information on the market situation and explore opportunities for U.S. exporters. Please visit the CAHE webpage (http://www.caaa.com.cn/2017/en/index.php) or contact ATO Guangzhou Marketing Specialist Mr. Ken Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY