Dr. Yok Yee Chan，Consul General of the Consulate General of the Republic of Fiji in Shanghai
Fiji’s debuted at the 2021 SIAL China was a very exciting and rewarding experience. During the exhibition, we received tremendous interests from various parties who were keen to learn more about Fijian food and products. We want to thank the organizers for giving us this great platform as well as their continuous support. We look forward to SIAL China next year!
Mr SUNG SEECHAN , Chief director of the Korea Agro -Trade Center in Shanghai
"SIAL is back"
Despite the impact of the Corona pandemic, Sial China 2021 was literally a sea of people during 3 days. So, I thought that SIAL China is back living up to its reputation as the largest food exhibition in East Asia.
AT Shanghai has been participating in SIAL China as a national pavilion organizer for over 10 years. This year, 53 Korean exporters participated in Korean Pavilion and most of them are highly satisfied with the result of show.
The biggest festival for professionals in the food industry where can meet big buyers and restaurant chains from online and offline distribution channels! SIAL China! Thank you for being always a good networking place offering new opportunities.
Mr Larry Liu , General Manager of Australia Clare Valley Food
“This is my fourth year to attend SIAL, I got to know a lot of friends every year. These friends have helped me learn more about food industry, and some of them became my customers, they helped my business.
Compared with other exhibitions, I think SIAL has the largest number of professional visitors, that is most important for me.”
Mark Hanzel, Deputy Director, ATO U.S. Pavilion Organizer
China is the #1 export market for U.S. agriculture, and SIAL China is an important touch point between U.S. producers and increasingly sophisticated Chinese consumers. This year, the USA Pavilion was again the largest international presence at the show, a symbol of continued commitment to the market. More than 40 U.S. exhibitors presented the high quality, great taste, and consistency of U.S. food and beverage products. They saw strong demand for dried fruits, meat, dairy tree nuts, seafood, potatoes, and many other U.S. products. Extended-shelf-life (ESL) milk from the United States made its China debut at the show and generated strong interest. The Agricultural Trade Office of the United States Consulate General Shanghai looks forward to building on the success of SIAL China 2021.