ELEVEN Philippine food manufacturing companies represented the country on the Taiwanese mainstream market as they joined this year’s Food Philippines Pavilion at the Taipei Food Show 2019 happening at the World Trade Center Taipei on June 19 to 22.

This year, Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO), along with its commercial affairs section, the Philippine Trade and Investment Center (PTIC) in Taipei, partnered with the Center for International Trade Exhibitions and Missions (Citem) to once again showcase our lineup of top-tier food manufacturers and exporters at the FoodPhilippines Pavilion at the said show.

Taipei Food Show is Taiwan’s leading food trade fair and exhibition platform and is considered one of Asia’s leading food shows. Under Taipei Food Show Umbrella, the trade exhibit housed several halls that featured the following categories: Foodtech & Pharmatech Taipei, Taipei Pack, Taiwan Horeca and Halal Taiwan. Organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (Taitra), Food Taipei aims to link the entire food industry supply chain in Taiwan with the global market.

Among the showcased products in the Taipei Food Show 2019 are from the Destileria Limtuaco & Co. Inc..

“This year, our participation at the Taipei Food Show, will feature a strategically curated selection of Philippine food manufacturers and exporters eyeing the 24 million Taiwanese market, and Taiwan as gateway to other advanced economies in East Asia targeted for a sustainable marketing reach and campaign,” said MECO Chairman and Resident Representative Angelito Banayo.

Our FoodPhilippines lineup of exhibitors this year, will be composed of a mix of more established mainstream companies and high-innovation food manufacturing companies. Leading our line-up of more established exporters are companies such as Century Pacific Food, Inc., Destileria Limtuaco & Co. Inc., Team Asia Corporation, Tropicana Food Products, Inc., and Grand Asia

Integrated Natural Coco Products Corporation, whose joint capacity, product range and supply position them to successfully penetrate Taiwan’s mainstream buying public.