Seafood Expo Asia Unveils New Featured Products

Will take place alongside the Restaurant & Bar Hong Kong

Seafood Expo Asia

HONG KONG – Seafood Expo Asia, the seafood marketplace for Asia set on 6-8 September in Wanchai, Hong Kong, will feature exciting, new and featured products in the three-day event.

To be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, this year’s installment of Seafood Expo Asia will feature the launch of new products, including Boutargue Mullet Roe Salted and Dried and Oceanbell’s Authentic Nyonya Fish Otak-Otak.

New products to be launched also include Scored Crab Claws and Whole Ocean Clams.

The said products will be included in the event’s Product Showcase, a must-see area in the event hall where participants can see the latest innovations in packaged seafood products.

Seafood Expo Asia to Introduce New Items

The Product Showcase area has been a popular place for visitors. Over the past three years, the area has launched more than 220 new packaged seafood items to be introduced to the market in Asia.

Seafood Expo Asia has been considered as a venue for top seafood buyers and sellers to meet and discuss doing business in the region.

For buyers, the event is a good place to source live, fresh and frozen seafood from international and local resources. The expo allows sellers to interact face to face with thousands of seafood buyers in the region.

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Show director Terri Shang said the expo has been successfully helping buyers and sellers seal deals. Last year, nearly 80 percent of buyers who attended the event successfully found suppliers and new products for their businesses.

Among the buyers attending this year’s expo are major supermarkets, wholesale, food service sectors, airlines, hotels, restaurants and more. Over 240 suppliers of fish and shellfish from over 30 countries are also expected to attend.

Aside from the product exhibition, the expo, which will be co-located with Restaurant & Bar Hong Kong, will also discuss the outlook for Asia’s seafood industry. –