FOOD2CHINA National Business Matching Tour-Foshan Station
On May 26, F2C national touring docking meeting--Foshan station, co-sponsored by Guangdong Imported Food Association (IFA), Hotel Purchasing Committee of China Hotel Supplies Association and Guangzhou Huayue Hotel Management Consulting Co., Ltd., and hosted by Guangdong Benniu Agricultural Science and Technology Co., Ltd., was a complete success. Ms. Nadia Rosales, Commercial Attache of Commercial Office of the Consulate General of Ecuador in Guangzhou, and Ms. Lin Xiaonan, commercial analyst of Commercial Office of the Consulate General of Ecuador in Guangzhou, was invited to attend.
(Mr. Jiang Ding, executive vice president of Guangdong Imported Food Association)
(Mr. Liang Shengwen, general manager of Guangdong Benniu Agricultural Science and Technology Co., Ltd.)
(2nd L: Ms. Nadia Rosales, Commercial Attache of Commercial Office of the Consulate General of Ecuador in Guangzhou; 2nd R: Ms. Lin Xiaonan, commercial analyst of Commercial Office of the Consulate General of Ecuador in Guangzhou)
The event was a special event for hotels and catering materials. The IFA led a number of outstanding member enterprises to participate in the event, and the products included snack foods, condiments, meat, beer, olive oil, blend oil and so on, which were warmly welcomed by the hotel purchasing leaders of catering hotels.
The response was warm and the conversation was friendly on the scene of the event. Most of the buyers said that the product quality in this event was very high, and they would consider establishing long-term cooperative relations with intended enterprises.
The FOOD2CHINA National Business Matching Tour is one of the most representative activities of the FIA, and this is the third station. The purpose of this event is to work together with member enterprises to carry out on-the-spot promotion in cities and regions throughout the country, so as to promote the development of imported food industry in inland cities. In the future, IFA will lead member enterprises to continue to move forward on the path of promoting imported food industry.