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FOODPhilippines, the country’s collective food export brand, brings premier coconut products at BIOFACH, the world’s leading trade fair for organic food.
Five exhibitors from the Philippines will showcase the next frontier in creating and manufacturing organic products: AG Pacific Nutriceuticals Corp, Brand Exports, Filipinas Organic Coconut Product Corp., Pasciolco Agriventures, and Tongsan.
The BIOFACH eSPECIAL digital trade fair will take place from February 17 to 19, 2021.
FOODPhilippines joins Gulfood 2021, the first international F&B event to kick-start the year. As the Philippines’ collective food export brand, FOODPhilippines brings a selection of premier food companies and manufacturers to one of the world’s most important food business events.
Thirteen exhibitors (Century Pacific, Doxo, FPSDC, JNRM, Market Reach, Mega Global, Philippine Grocers, Profood, SandPiper, SL Agritech, Super Q, Magicmelt, CPAVI) will present the latest innovations and practices from the Philippines’ emerging food industry.
Gulfood 2021 will be held from February 21 to 25, 2021 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
FOODPhilippines seeks to strengthen the country’s promotion of its fruits and other food exports to Japan and other East Asian markets through a fully digital showcase on FOODEX Japan 2021. The FOODPhilippines Online Storefront in FOODEX can be accessed starting March 2, ahead of the event’s launch on March 9.
The delegation will offer the Philippines’ finest tropical selections nurtured on the country’s distinct terroir. These selections include processed fruits and vegetables, healthy snacks, refreshing and nutritious beverages, seafood products, dips, and sauces and seasoning, among others.
“Tara, kain tayo! Come, let’s eat!”
Instead of going out-of-town to enjoy Pampanga’s pindang damulag or Malabon’s puto pao, two individuals have made it possible to enjoy their city’s specialties at the comfort of your own home.
It’s a dessert in itself, with its bold sweetness, subtle tart, and fruity notes.
Taking a tour from north to south, one will discover that adobo varies not only in taste but also in the ingredients used and the cooking methods applied.
These are the kinds of products international trade shows live for—food that features the flavours and aesthetics of the country.
There’s nothing like a mother’s cooking since their dishes are usually prepared without any constraints in terms of time and components.