The Amazing Tastes of Taiwan

Trendy Formosa – whatever you call it, Taiwan is famed for both food machineries and gourmet food.  With highly developed food processing techniques and internationally certified quality facilities, Taiwanese-made local & Chinese style cuisines, among all the Chinese food, is considered the safest choice with trustworthy quality and pleasing tastes.  Besides Chinese-style gourmet and seasonings, Taiwan’s diversity also enables her to manufacture and deliver great alternatives and flavors to accommodate different needs and taste buds from around the world, including the authentic Taiwanese-style pearl milk tea, pineapple cakes, and seafood snacks; Hong Kong style dim sum;  Japanese-style sushi toppings & nigiri wraps; American-style pop corns & beyond.

 

Seizing Business Opportunities Tasting Taiwan
Every year TAITRA holds around 30 domestic and overseas food-related trade events that attract tens of thousands of international buyers to create countless business opportunities around the world.  Instead of having interested buyers flying all the way to Taiwan, Taiwan Food Trade Mission to Vietnam and Myanmar 2015 aims to come closer to you and help catch the procurement timing to unfold potential business opportunities for the upcoming 2016 Chinese New Year shopping peak.  

 

Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade of the MOEA and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) are leading 16 leading Taiwanese food suppliers/manufacturers to visit Vietnam and Myanmar from November 22nd to 27th, 2015. A variety of quality assuring product lines made in Taiwan, certified with FSSC 22000, HACCP, EU, ISO 9001, ISO 22000, GMP, HALAL, SGS, etc. are to be introduced at the Taiwan Food Trade Meetings. This will include a variety of snacks and confectioneries, drinks & beverages, sauces & seasonings, frozen processed food & seafood, health & wellness lines.

 

Download to Preview:
Suppliers Directory_Taiwan Food Trade Mission to Vietnam 2015.pdf
Suppliers Directory_Taiwan Food Trade Mission to Myanmar 2015.pdf

 

Given this fantastic opportunity, we are open for suggestions and are looking forward in meeting with potential partners and professional agents, importers, distributors, wholesalers, and retail chains in the food industry. The event is strictly professional and the admission is free.  Kindly REGISTER first in order to proceed with securing your reservations of trade meeting slots with the suppliers of your choice.  Interested parties are welcome to PREVIEW the delegates here, and the submit button is a pop-out window on the right hand side.  Should you encounter any problem during the registration or reservation process on this site, feel free to contact us.

 

Taiwan exported a total value of US$503.6 million of agricultural produce to Vietnam in 2014, with an increase of 29.7% compared to 2013, and making Vietnam the 4th biggest export market for the Taiwanese agricultural industry.  Up to October 2015, Taiwan has exported a total value of US$341.7 million of agricultural produce to Vietnam. 

 

On the other hand, Taiwan exported a total value of US$40.72 million of agricultural produce to Myanmar in 2014, with a surging increase of 382.3% compared to 2013, and making Myanmar the 17th biggest export market for the Taiwanese agricultural industry.  Up to October 2015, Taiwan has exported a total value of US$16.9 million of agricultural produce to Myanmar. 

 

Founded in 1970 to help promote foreign trade, TAITRA is the foremost non-profit trade promotion organization in Taiwan. Jointly sponsored by the government, industry associations, and several commercial organizations, TAITRA boasts a well-coordinated trade promotion and information network of over 600 trained specialists stationed throughout its Taipei headquarters and 60 branch offices worldwide. Together with its sister organizations, the Taiwan Trade Center (TTC) and the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC), TAITRA is always available and welcomes all business opportunities. Interested parties may contact us at http://www.taitra.org.tw/branches_01.asp


Shanyi Hsu(nancyhsu@taitra.org.tw )
Proofread by the editor, Mr. Matt Judkins