2021 Media Kit

F&B trade show round-up: Announcements and reschedules

 

Tasty Asia presents a round-up of F&B trade show event announcements. Happening this week, the Future Tea & Coffee Summit and Expo 2020 (November Edition). The show is a robust platform that will enable exhibitors and trade buyers to match, source, and sell coffee and tea better, without the physical limitations of borders. The show is using ProfilePrint, a digital food standard based on rapid and non-destructive fingerprinting technology. ProfilePrint will allow buyers and sellers to assess the grade and quality of coffee and tea products without the need for physical samples.
Admission is free, but online registration is required. For more details, visit https://futureteacoffee.com/register/visitor.

Montgomery Asia to launch coffee show with Malaysian coffee association

Montgomery Asia partners with Malaysia Specialty Coffee Association (MSCA) to launch the inaugural International Café & Beverage Show (ICBS) in Malaysia. Participants can look forward to barista brew-offs and business opportunities with ICBS as part of the new three-year partnership with MSCA. The event is on November 25-27, 2021, in Kuala Lumpur.
The three-day event will showcase many artisanal food, beverage and café products from Malaysia and other countries in Southeast Asia. As part of the partnership, Montgomery Asia will be hosting the next three years of the Malaysia National Coffee Championship (MNCC), first organised by the Malaysia Specialty Coffee Association (MSCA) in 2014.
Said Christopher McCuin, managing director, Montgomery Asia: “We are excited to bring the International Café & Beverage show to Kuala Lumpur.”
He added that his team is looking forward to working closely with the MSCA.

FHA-Food & Beverage to be rescheduled

Informa Markets, organiser of FHA-Food & Beverage said the event is rescheduled. The new dates announced in the coming weeks. The event has initially been taking place from 2–5 March 2021 at Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria.
The organiser said it is staying true to its core mission. To deliver events in the best possible way, where participants can interact physically in a safe environment and drive the maximum return of investment without compromising a high-quality event experience. Informa consulted with government stakeholders and industry partners and concluded that it would be better to hold FHA-Food & Beverage after the first quarter of 2021.
Explained Martyn Cox, event director, Hospitality, Food & Beverage - Singapore, Informa Markets:
"The move will aim to ensure a sufficient period of recovery for global economic conditions and for us to provide our customers with a robust environment to do business." (Image from Unsplash)



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