Health Ingredients China (HI China) is an international tradeshow for the food technology, beverage, and health industries, showcasing a wide range of exhibits. It features topics such as food and health ingredients, dietary supplements, and functional finished consumables.
The event attracts thousands of attendees seeking to increase business growth in China. It has broadened in size, visitor numbers, and educational opportunities since its debut, playing a key role in the industries it serves. In 2018, it will celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Food and beverage ingredients event with access to more than 70,000 buyers
HI China is presented alongside other exhibitions, including Fi Asia-China & Ni, Healthplex Expo and Natural & Nutraceutical Products China (HNC), and CPhI China. Combined, these attract more than 70,000 national and international buyers seeking innovative research and solutions.
HI China places an emphasis on dietary supplements, functional food ingredients, and nutraceutical ingredients, whereas Fi Asia-China focuses on additives, seasonings, spices, and essences. HNC adds health products, traditional Chinese medicine, and personal care product suppliers, while Nex provides plant and animal extract exhibits.
Face-to-face meetings and professional match-making with food ingredient suppliers
SJGLE Buyers Sourcing Event is a key event to be held on-site at the international tradeshow. It is presented by vertical B2B network trading platform EN-SJGLE.com, which serves the food industry with online and offline communication opportunities.
The SJGLE Buyers Sourcing Event will help encourage attending buyers and suppliers to meet and discuss potential for collaboration.
Industry-specific showroom tours for the food and beverage industries
The Discovery Tour is a free exhibition guide that highlights a variety of stalls and exhibits relevant to the food and beverage industries. Tours will be topic-focused and allow visitors to quickly find innovative, specific ingredients, solutions, and information.
Networking opportunities for dietary supplements and health ingredient manufacturers
HI China and HNC will host a networking reception on the show floor to help strengthen communications between manufacturers of dietary supplements and health ingredients.
Featuring a party and buffet, this on-site activity is also intended to celebrate the Chinese food, health, and beverage industries, encouraging international trade between visitors and domestic exhibitors.
Nutraceutical industry development conference
The nutraceutical industry development conference will present analysis and the latest health food registration and application policy news by the Chinese Government. Market trends will also be discussed, demonstrated through a range of successful business case studies.
Visitors who may find this conference useful include those looking for new business opportunities in China and wanting to access insightful and engaging first-hand information.
About event’s organisers UBM, UBM SinoExpo, and CCMHPIE
UBM is a B2B event organiser, coordinating around 300 events every year. Placing emphasis on encouraging communication opportunities, the company claims to know how to attract the right people for the industries it serves. From furniture, to fashion, to pharma, UBM organises events for more than 50 different sectors.
UBM SinoExpo is a joint venture between Shanghai Sinoexpo International Exhibition and UMB, which manages online-to-offline (O2O) tradeshows in Asia. With headquarters in London, the company holds 27 international events, which present more than 10,000 exhibitions and sees visitor numbers of around 250,000. Key events organised by UBM SinoExopo include CPhI China, FiA China, and Hotelex & Finefood.
China Chamber of Commerce of Medicine & Health Products Importers & Exporters (CCCMHPIE) is a national trade association that coordinates foreign trade activities for member enterprises providing consulting services. Working under the Ministry of Commerce, CCCMHPIE’s business involves healthcare products, Western and traditional Chinese medicine, and raw materials, as well as research and development (R&D).