Ex­otic cuisines from 36 na­tions con­verge at Food Taipei expo

The China Post - - LOCAL -

Or­ga­nized by the Tai­wan Ex­ter­nal Trade Devel­op­ment Coun­cil, Taipei In­ter­na­tional Food Show gath­ers ex­otic cui­sine from 36 coun­tries all at once be­fore your eyes from June 24 to 27 at Nan­gang Ex­hi­bi­tion Hall and TWTC Hall 1, said the or­ga­nizer.

A strong line- up of na­tional pavil­ions will par­tic­i­pate in the grand show, in­clud­ing the U. S., South Korea, Ja­pan, Canada, Spain, Thai­land, In­done­sia, New Zealand, Bel­gium, Cen­tral Amer­ica, Brazil, Peru and Ar­gentina. In ad­di­tion, sev­eral new­com­ers — Ger­many, Poland, Hol­land, Paraguay, Bos­nia and Herze­gov­ina — will also be show­cas­ing their rich gas­tron­omy, invit­ing all vis­i­tors to have a unique fla­vor ex­pe­ri­ence, the or­ga­nizer stated.

Dur­ing the ex­hi­bi­tion pe­riod, all pavil­ions will make their best ef­fort to dis­play spe­cial food and fresh in­gre­di­ents. For in­stance, Korean kim­chi, snacks and bev­er­ages; all kinds of treats and sake from Ja­pan; U. S. meats; Canadian gin­seng and cran­berry; cof­fee, seafood and or­ganic agri­cul­tural pro­duce from Cen­tral Amer­ica; wine and beer from Bel­gium; spices and in­stant food from Thai­land; Pisco sour and nu­tri­tious quinoa grains from Peru, Fiji’s or­ganic noni juice as well as Fiji Wa­ter; palm oil from Malaysia and Julie’s cook­ies; rice noodles and cashew nuts from Viet­nam and Cey­lon tea from Sri Lanka, ac­cord­ing to the or­ga­nizer.

Among many high­lights, the Span­ish pav­il­ion will in­vite pro­fes­sional chefs to roll out a cooking show by us­ing Ser­rano ham that can fi­nally be im­ported to Tai­wan legally; just think­ing about it makes your mouth wa­ter. The Poland pav­il­ion brings ap­ple juice and all kinds of dairy prod­ucts such as yo­gurt and cheese from Mlekovita, the big­gest dairy com­pany in the coun­try. And in the Ger­man pav­il­ion, you will find nat­u­ral sparkling wa­ter and wine. The di­ver­sity of Food Taipei can be fully ex­pe­ri­enced in na­tional pavil­ions, the or­ga­nizer stated.

More­over, Tai­wan Pav­il­ion, or­ga­nized by the Coun­cil of Agri­cul­ture, Ex­ec­u­tive Yuan, has care­fully se­lected a to­tal of 99 qual­ity Tai­wanese compa- nies to show­case del­i­ca­cies of the is­land themed on “Cre­ative agri­cul­ture, Eat Joy­fully.” More­over, a spe­cial area ded­i­cated to 10 in­no­va­tive prod­ucts is or­ga­nized this year, in­clud­ing One Bite Mul­let Roe, Ach Magnac, Amer­i­can Thick Cut Ba­con, Gar­lic Pearl Tai­wanese Sausage, Rice stick, Zhen Fang Sea Ac­tive Caviar & Pep­tide, GongLiaoAbalone, Rice House: Fu Rice and Hap­pi­ness Gift Box, Fish­er­man’s Wife Del­i­ca­cies- Mul­let Roe and Dried Tan­ger­ine, said the or­ga­nizer.

The na­tional pavil­ions will be lo­cated both at Nan­gang Ex­hi­bi­tion Hall and TWTC Hall 1 with an ex­tra­or­di­nary scale, oc­cu­py­ing more than 600 booths. Visit Taipei In­ter­na­tional Food Show — not only will you be able to see ex­otic cui­sine from many dif­fer­ent coun­tries but it is also the best venue for you to pur­chase, de­velop new chan­nels and step up to the in­ter­na­tional mar­ket. Vis­i­tors from do­mes­tic com­pa­nies can en­ter by in­vi­ta­tion along with busi­ness cards; one can also reg­is­ter on the of­fi­cial web­site ( www. food­taipei. com. tw) from May 4 to June 17.

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