20 countries to participate in Vietfood & Beverage – ProPack 2017

More than 500 businesses from 20 countries and territories will take part in the 21st international exhibition on food & processing & packaging technology 2017 (Vietfood & Beverage – ProPack 2017).

20 countries to participate in Vietfood & Beverage – ProPack 2017

The event will be held at Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center, No. 799 Nguyen Van Linh Street, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City from August 9-12.
The annual exhibition featuring over 600 display booths from Vietnam, Taiwan (China), Poland, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, China, UAE, Brazil, France and more, presenting to visitors products in sectors, including food and beverage, machines and equipment, packing and food preservation; franchise.
Among participants, local companies take half of them with potential products such as tea, coffee, beverage, processed agricultural products, fruits and dried fruits.
The event is organized annually by Vietnam National Trade Fair and Advertising Company-Vinexad in collaborations of local Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Food Standards Committee (CODEX Vietnam) as well as local and overseas associations, Foreign Trade Promotion in Vietnam, provinces and cities.

By N.D – Translated by Kim Khanh

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