As the global F & B community gears up for the principal opportunity to source the latest and best products at the best price .The 2nd edition Food and Beverage Philippines 2021 is promising a wave of new services and innovations to reflect changes in consumer demand. The event will once again welcome hundred of exhibitors from local and overseas showing products across & primary market sectors
First Edition – Food & Beverage / Halal Products Philippines 2019 –
The first edition Philippines F & B 2019 / Food Ingredient 2019 / Philippines Halal Food & Ingredients 2019 held at World Trade Center was a sucess event with seven countries participants from ( 7 ) countries – China.Malaysia.Singapore .Indonesia .Thailand.India and Philippines.
The ( 3 ) days show recieved more than 6000 rade visitors and ( 100 special invited buyers attended the business matching programs ) , from food importers, food manufactrurers, meat processors, fast food and restaurant chains , hypermarket and departmental store managers, baker chiefs …
Majority trade visitors are looking for Food ingredients ,flavors , Health Ingredient and Halal producys from ready to eat ,ready to cook ,frozen food and meat products .
FOOD & BEVERAGES PHILIPPINE – THE MARKET.
Philippine’s rapidly growing food & beverages ( F & B ) industry is one of the biggest contributors to the nation;s economic making about half of its manufacturing sector and contributing about US$ 28.75 billion. Consumption growth in the coming years is understood by the country’s robust economy and a fast growing,highly urbanized population with increasingly sophisticated taste and ever-growing access to supermarkets
Food & Beverages spending is expected to show a strong growth of 8.8% annually .
In 2021,the food and non-alcohol drinks category will be value at $ 164 billion and will account for 37 per cent of essential spending of disposable income
The Philippine market has a strong consumer base while overall per capital income is $ 2,792. The ( 12 ) million population in and around the capital of Manila,has a per capital income of 8,300 or three times the national average .Roughly 90 per cent of the Philippine F & B processing industry’s output is consumed locally,.
Consumption growth in the coming years is understood by the country’s robust economy and a fast growing,highly urbanized population with increasingly sophisticated taste and ever-growing access to supermarkets .
Food & Beverages spending is expected to show a strong growth of 8.8 per cent annually between 2017 and 2012. In 2021,the food and non-alcohol drinks category will be values at $164 billion and will account for 37 per cent of essential spending of disposable income.
The Philippines remain a net food importer ,with imports of food and drink forecast to expand up to $ 8 billion in 2018.
Philippine’s F & B processing industry is comprised of the following major sectors: coffee and cacao,condiments and seasoning,dairy products , snack food ,sugar and confectionery
* BEVERAGES – Soft drink. Hot Drink.Waters and Fresh Beverages
* DAIRY – Milk . Yogurts . Butters and Cheeses
* FATS & OILS – Olive. Coconut . Sunflower and other plant-based cooking oils.ghee, others
* HEALTH & WELLNESS.- Organic. Vegan.( plant-based dairy replacement). Gluten free .Enrich & Fortified Foods )
* PULSES.GRAINS.CEREALS – A wide variety of grains ,beans ,rices , cereals, etc.
* MEATS & POULTRY – Grass-fed . Corn-fed ,Free-range etc.
Philippines Halal Showcase and Halal Conference 2021.
Demand grows for halal food is a potential sector especially for Philippines micro and small entrepreneurs .In 2017, the Philippines only captured Peso. 5.52 billion on revenues from halal products or 8.73% of the country’s total exports valued at Peso. 63.23 billion.
The global industry for halal food and lifestyle products is estimated to be worth hundreds of billion of dollars and is multiplying as Muslim populations grow.
Philippines whose population about 10 % or ( 11 million ) of Muslim ,is beefing up its halal infrastructure to take advantage of the growing halal trade .
The halal industry spans sector such as food processing , food service , cosmetics. personal care , pharmaceuticals and logistic industries .
The demand for halal products also comes from non-Muslim due to the high standards of halal requirement,including in quality and hygiene .
Halal Standard Certification & Auditing Seminar.- meet professional Halal Speakers from Malaysia .Philippines sharing ” Halal ‘ and ” Jakim ” procedures and how to obtain halal certification and halal branding.