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

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 […]
Wed 13/07/2016

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.

Running parallel to the second Taiwan International Fishing Exhibit, the agricultural show is expected to attract over 150 companies from 10 nations, and around 5,000 foreign and domestic buyers

The Taiwan International Fruit and Vegetable Show is divided into sections for fresh fruit and vegetables, whole wheat products and nuts, production machinery, transportation machinery and service machinery, as well as seminars on Advantages in Vital Agricultural Technologies, Price Adjustment in Production and Digital Marketing.

Covering all aspects of the business, organisers aim to display the potential of the Taiwanese market to foreign buyers, they said in a press release.

In the past, foreign investment in Taiwan’s agriculture has played an extremely important role in helping business grow. But as the environmental effects of any big industry begin to become apparent, the government is beginning to look into new and improved ways to revise Taiwan’s agricultural and economic strategies, the organisers said.

Focus on food safety

Taiwan’s machinery industry has seen much competition in recent years, especially against European and American products, and look to gain the edge in sales and service that will bring it success. As the industry launches a campaign to make strides in improving the safety and health of food, it also begins a revolutionary evolution in tactics to accompany progress in biological technology. Given the diversity of Taiwan’s food culture, the innovations in food and technology seen at the show will no doubt increase the strength of and the interest in the Taiwanese market.

Food safety has become a universal expectation among global consumers. From green energy to clean cultivation to modern fisheries, Asian countries place the care and quality of food in high demand, and Taiwan has been a driving force in bringing about this revolution, they said.

International Fruit Marketing Forum

The international discussions at the event will include the International Fruit Marketing Forum, led by Taiwanese economic experts and with talks by experts from around the world.

All in all, organisers aim for the convention to become the ‘flagship’ fruit and vegetable convention. Additionally, the local government agriculture departments of Taichung, Kaohsiung, Hualien, Pingtung and Tainan together are eagerly awaiting the event’s kickoff.

For more information see http://www.taiwanfruitshow.com.