- 更新時間:2019/03/18 14:49:45
The FOODEX JAPAN (2019) was grandly held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture from Mar. 5th to 8th this year (2019). The FOODEX JAPAN is the world’s third largest professional food exhibition. Every year, buyers from all over the world participated in the exhibition, and it is the 44th of the exhibition this year. For the first time, the Council of Indigenous Peoples took 8 Indigenous companies to participate in the exhibition with the brand of Ka^so’ay - explorethesun to promote the characteristic agriculture of the Indigenous Peoples, and therefore the Council particularly valued the opportunity.
This morning (5th), Taiwan’s exhibition area held an opening press conference to introduce the featured agricultural products of Indigenous Peoples. Frank Hsieh, the Taiwan representative in Japan, also visited the exhibition area on the first day of the opening ceremony. He visited 8 booths of the Council and expressed his confidence in their products. He also expressed his willingness to assist the owners in introducing and matching Japanese buyers. As for the products of maqaw, basswood mushroom, red quinoa, tea, rice and butterfly pea, they were loved by local people. On the first day of the opening ceremony, buyers from Japan, Mainland China, South Korea, Italy, Australia and other countries came to negotiate for large orders. The promotion was considerable.
In addition, indigenous entrepreneurs also wore their ethnic costumes when promoting their products, displaying traditional costumes of all ethnic groups. Not only are they introducing agricultural products to overseas professional buyers, but also sharing Indigenous culture of Taiwan with local people. Through the FOODEX JAPAN, the high-quality agricultural products of Indigenous Peoples would be exported to Japan and even the world, hoping to make more people understand Taiwan and the Indigenous Peoples.
Business Undertaker: An, Po-Han Tel: (02) 8995-3251
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