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  April 2017 issue
  For Immediate Release
  FHC China, the direction indicator of imported food in China’s Market  
  The world’s food and wine producers that will next take place in Shanghai this November. The 21st FHC China exhibition for imported foods and hospitality products and held alongside the 5th edition of ProWine China, for wine and spirits from 14-16 November 2017, is on track to be bigger than ever before. The show organiser, UBM - China International Exhibitions Ltd, announced that FHC and ProWine China will occupy over 80,000 square metres and include over 2,400 international companies, making it the largest specialist trade show for imported food and wines in China.  
  In recent years, Chinese appetite for imported food has been growing fast as the increasingly wealth population seek more exotic eating. China's food imports saw an annualized growth of 17.4 percent through the 2010-2014 period, according to the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine. The imports came from 213 countries and regions. ASEAN, European Union, the United States, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, Russia, Australia, Argentina and the Republic of Korea were the top 10 exporters, accounting for 84.3 percent of the total trade. FHC China, China’s premier imported food expo had 2,350 companies from 66 countries including 40 national and regional pavilions met 72,246 buyers at the three days FHC and ProWine China 2016 exhibitions. This year, the exhibition will again include separate areas for different foods and international pavilions; Tea & Coffee China; Meat China, Beer China; Chocolate China; Fresh Produce China and Dairy China, and ProWine China, for wine & spirits. All the specialist product sectors within FHC and ProWine offer buyers the opportunity to easily find their target suppliers quickly and efficiently over the 8 halls covered by these exhibitions. Allowing them even more time to research new products and network with potential suppliers from all over the World.  
  National pavilions will again support FHC China this year including Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Czech, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UK, USA. All companies will showcase quality imported products including snacks; nuts; spices; canned and fresh foods; coffee beans and machines; dairy products; beverages; confectionary; jams; pasta; meat & seafoods; frozen foods; chocolate and much more. FHC China definitely provides a proven platform for all the global food manufacturers, importers and distributors networking and tasting in just three days under one roof. Trade and industrial buyers gathering together enjoy the high quality food and meet the experts for performing and presenting themselves with their products.  
  Remaining more than a half year to FHC China this year, more than 70% space has been sold out, we are horned to invite the trade buyers to join us. For the further details on how to participate in FHC China 2017 and ProWine China 2017 or information on exhibitors, their products and events at the shows, please visitwww.fhcchina.com and www.prowinechina.com or contact below.  
  About the organisers:  
  UBM - China International Exhibitions Ltd was a member of the Allworld Exhibitions Alliance had a fully staffed office in Shanghai since 1993, merged to UMB Asia. Its stable of events include industries such as food & beverage; hospitality & retail; packaging; processing; pharmaceutical technology; beverage technology; forestry and woodworking technology; furniture manufacturing and hardware; wood & wood products and wine and spirits. For more information, please visit www.chinaallworld.com  
  Messe Dusseldorf, joint organisers of ProWine China with UBM - CIE, are also the organisers of the world’s most international trade fair for wine and spirits, ProWine held in March annually in Dusseldorf, Germany and ProWineAsia, April in HK and Singapore.  
For more information, please contact:  
Ms Margaret Zhang             Ms Renee Lu          
Deputy General Manager       Communications Manager
UBM - China International Exhibitions Ltd  UBM - China International Exhibitions Ltd
Tel: + 86 21 3339 2118 Tel: +86 21 3339 2153
Email: Margaret.Zhang@ubmsinoexpo.com Email: Renee.Lu@ubmsinoexpo.com
  PS: Please contact with Ms. Renee Lu at Renee.Lu@ubmsinoexpo.com for WORD file for your use.
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