As a benchmark for the global food industry, SIAL is known for bringing together the movers and shakers of the global food market to discuss, explore, and pave the way of delightful discoveries. Much recently, SIAL made history happen as it hosted the widely successful first-edition of its ASEAN leg.

Following the success of the its initial installment, SIAL ASEAN-Manila returns for another round of culinary revolution on June 17 to 19 at the World Trade Center Manila. This time around, visitors are expected to experience an even bigger and bolder food exposition as more and more international companies come to participate in the region’s largest food observatory.

At the heart of SIAL is the aspiration to bridge the gap between industries and be the platform for new connections and opportunities among various food sectors in the hopes of a truly diversified and progressive food industry.

Therefore, SIAL ASEAN-MANILA is determined to break new grounds as it brings in 350 exhibitors from 15 different countries including Canada, China, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, and the US among others to ensure a truly comprehensive food show. Indeed, the presence of these countries serves as the most ideal ingredient to cook up the tastiest and most satisfying experience for visitors looking to discover the next big thing in the food business or perhaps forge new connections for expansion and investment opportunities.

The possibilities for growth and development are simply endless as both local and foreign companies will have the opportunity to learn new information and discover new trends as exhibitors and visitors interact and learn about each other’s varying cultures and culinary heritage.

The opportunity being offered by the highly anticipated food exposition will surely enrich the local food industry and provide new avenues for economic growth as much as it provides a venue to showcase its homegrown yet topnotch products. Moreover, B2B opportunities abound in each corner as SIAL ASEAN-Manila is expected to attract 10,000 visitors from 40 countries.

As SIAL does its magic by serving as a bridge between food industries from all corners of the world it creates a two way street which allows the Asian food market to showcase what it has to offer to the rest of the world and vice versa – shaping the global food market into a truly diversified industry that represents no less than all the flavors of the world.

For 50 years, SIAL has been known to be a worldwide food force that has been largely influential in the progress of the global food industry today and now, it has set its sight on the Philippines as the next frontier of the global food industry. Don’t miss this chance to take part in an international food fare and be there on June 17 to 19 at the World Trade Center for biggest food trade show to happen in Asia – the SIAL ASEAN-Manila 2015. Organized by Comexposium and Mafbex Events Management, a subsidiary of the country’s leading events organizer, Worlbex Services International.