Taiwan

Carrefour expands Taiwan network with takeover

Carrefour expands Taiwan network with takeover

Published on Jun 17th, 2020

Carrefour is expanding its presence in Taiwan, just as it pulls out of China. The French retailer announced an agreement to acquire Wellcome Taiwan, consolidating its position as the leading multi-format food retailer in Taiwan. As part of the agreement, Carrefour will acquire 224 proximity stores in quality locations (199 Wellcome - average sales area of 420 sq. m - and 25 Jasons - average sales area of 820 sq. m) as well as a warehouse (including ownership of the real estate and land).

US and Taiwan seal organic equivalence agreement

Attendees from over 20 countries at 2019 Taiwan Smart Agriweek 

Attendees from over 20 countries at 2019 Taiwan Smart Agriweek 

Published on Nov 04th, 2019

The 2019 Taiwan Smart Agriweek hosted by Wesexpo at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center from September 26th to 28th featured four exhibition areas, which displayed smart agricultural facilities, smart agricultural solutions, eco-friendly agricultural materials, innovative exported agricultural machinery, exported flower boutiques, exquisite Taiwanese fruit and vegetable brands, smart logistics, preservation and cold chain services.

Taiwan’s peach crop contracts 25%

Taiwan International Agricultural Week as an intermediary towards new south bound business opportunities

Taiwan International Agricultural Week as an intermediary towards new south bound business opportunities

Published on Sep 19th, 2017

Taiwan possesses a variety of fruit and vegetable breeding and cultivating hinge techniques, and is also the leading country in agricultural research and development in the sub-tropical climate. We welcome you to the upcoming Taiwan agricultural week from 9th to 11th in November, to witness the extraordinary and advance Taiwan agricultural industry.

Pagoda: 1,540 stores by 2017

Pagoda: 1,540 stores by 2017

Published on Nov 28th, 2016

Last August, Pagoda took a significant step towards globalisation by opening its first experimental shop, in Tachung, Taiwan. It was designed along the same successful lines as Pagoda’s Chinese stores, with an area of 200 m2, an attractive design and display, and a wide assortment of premium products. With this move, Pagoda became the first Chinese fruit retailer to establish a presence on the island. By moving into the Taiwanese fruit retail sector, the company is enacting a long-held plan for its operations in Taiwan.

Taiwan's apple imports to decline slightly, says USDA

Taiwan's apple imports to decline slightly, says USDA

Published on Nov 22nd, 2016

Taiwan's apple imports for the 2016/17 marketing year are forecast to total 160,000 tons, down 5% on last year’s record 169,000 tons, reports the USDA.

"A decline in price competitiveness of imported apples, compared with other imported fruit, and weak economic growth, are reasons for the lower import estimate," it says.

Taiwan's potential on display at Taiwan International Fruit and Vegetable Show

Taiwan's potential on display at Taiwan International Fruit and Vegetable Show

Published on Jul 13th, 2016

In order to come together and propose complete and effective solutions in Asia’s fine agriculture markets, Sphere Exhibits Pte. Ltd. is collaborating with Taiwan trade show organiser My Exhibition, for the Taiwan International Fruit and Vegetable Show (TFVS).

The show  – to run November 10-12 at the Kaohsiung exhibition centre –  will receive joint support from Taiwan’s Head of Agriculture and the city of Kaohsiung.

Taiwan's new fruit & veg show to boost international trade

Taiwan's new fruit & veg show to boost international trade

Published on Jun 10th, 2016

Taiwan is launching a first-of-its-kind trade show which aims to bring together international buyers and purveyors of fresh fruits, vegetables and agricultural technology.

Organisers expect about 5,000 buyers to walk through the gates of the first annual Taiwan International Fruit and Vegetable Show, which will run November 10-12 at Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre in Kaohsiung, a massive port city in southern Taiwan.

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