Time: May 21-24,2019
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Asia's third largest international food industry expo
Founded in 1983, SEOUL FOOD & HOTEL has grown with the FOOD industry to become the third largest international FOOD exhibition in Asia.It is sponsored by the experienced KOTRA and supported by the Korea food industry association and the ouwei exhibition group.It is the longest, largest and most authoritative food exhibition in South Korea, and the only international food expo recognized by UFI in South Korea.
Every year, exhibitors and purchasers from all over the world wait for this big expo, which represents the food level of South Korea and Asia.The exhibition hall covers an area of over 70,000 square meters and is held at the Korea international exhibition center.With a large scale and a high audience level, the Korea food exhibition has been exerting a great influence on the international food and food processing industry.Every may, SEOULFOOD is constantly demonstrating its strength, and the number of Chinese enterprises participating in the exhibition is increasing.The theme of the exhibition includes Seoul food and hotel exhibition, food technology exhibition and Seoul culinary institute exhibition.Participation in this exhibition can provide a more direct understanding of the development of Korean and even the world's products and the specific market demand, which is conducive to improving the technical content of products, adjusting and improving the structure of products, laying a foundation for the production of high-quality products, as well as providing guidance for improving export and ensuring normal export.
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