MIFB 2017 - The 18th Malaysian International Food & Beverage Trade Fair

Date
2017-08-09 - 2017-08-11
Exhibitors
360
Floor Size
127057
Attendees
22000
Event contact title
Ms
Event contact first name
Anrose
Event contact last name
Tan
Email
international@sphereexhibits.com.my
Event contact telephone number
+603-8023 2600
Description
The Malaysian International Food & Beverage Trade Fair (MIFB) has been serving the food industry as the F&B business hub for 17 years. MIFB continues to play its role as a platform for the F&B industry players to introduce, exchange, and learn about the latest innovation and technologies from around the world. Moving towards the 18th year, MIFB, Malaysia’s leading food & beverage trade event aims to bridge the business connection between Malaysia and the world. As the complete business suite for the F&B players, MIFB is to assist in the growth of F&B industry by providing products, services, valuable insights and knowledge for business venturing, from the inception to the growth phase, to international development.
Attendee information

Director/Owner/ CEO General Manager Senior Manager Sales & Marketing Personnel Manufacturer Importer Exporter Restaurant Owner Baker/ P'tissier Academic Government Agencies Food & Beverage Manager/ Buyer Supermarket & Hypermarket Personnel Retailer Wholesaler

Exhibitor information

Exhibitors' Profile : Bakery & Confectionery Beverages Biotech Products Canned Products Convenience Food Cured Meats Dairy Products Delicatessen Products Food Ingredients Food Promotional Boards Fresh & Dried Fruits, Vegetable Fresh & Processed Seafood Frozen Food Grocery Products Halal Food Herbs & Spices Organic Products Preserved Products Professional Organizations Trade Associations & Chambers of Commerce and many other food products

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