Food Hospitality World 2018



Food Hospitality World 2018 Powered by FOOD2CHINA will be held together with Hosfair 2018 (The 16th Guangzhou International Hospitality Supplies Fair) at China Import & Export Fair Complex on September 7th-9th 2018. The three-day fair with exhibition area of 60,000 square meters and nearly 500 food companies from around 25 countries will attract over 25,000 visitors.

China is the world’s fastest growing consumer market and second largest importer of goods. It is the biggest trading partner and second largest source of investment for the Netherlands outside the EU. With the world’s fastest growing consumer market, it provides Dutch companies with lots of opportunities to buy or sell a great variety of products.


Why South China?

  • In 2018, China will become the largest consumer of imported food in the world, comprising a roughly 480 Billion RMB market.
  • Guangdong , with the annual value of food import likely to reach 11.37 Billion Dollars, rank at the top all over China, along with Shanghai, Tianjin, Fujian and Beijing.
  • Successfully held since 2012, FHW is the best business platform for food suppliers entering into South China market and a must-go event of food industry.
  • In Guangdong province, the main consumption of imported food concentrate in Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Central cities has successfully driven a rapid growth of food import in South China, showing its developing potential on imported food consumption.

Exhibitor Profiles


              Meat & Processed Food       Leisure Food Soft drinks & fruit juice        Health food Food equipment


Hotel catering Coffee and tea Agrifood Wine and beer Aquatic products


Participation Fee

Participation Holland Pavilion EUR 3,099.- per 9m2 booth. (€ 385 for each additional m2)
The event organizer has special prices for 4* hotel accommodation in Guangzhou. Please contact us for more information.

Registration Deadline: Friday, 7 August 2018.

Questions about the exhibition? Click here to download the brochure

Please contact: Mr. Yin-Kwan Chan: +31(0)10 – 341  46 32 (or +852 5109 9818) or [email protected]