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The organic trade meets at the organic exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany from 13 – 16 February 2019.
Organic is more than a label or certification: organic stands for quality and conviction – for the responsible use of nature’s resources. BIOFACH in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg is the place where people share their passionate interest in organic food, get to know each other and exchange views, and this since 1990.
The perfect opportunity for visiting professionals to meet organic producers from the organic market and be inspired by the sector’s latest trends. Enter the world of organic products and taste, too – into organic.
We will attend Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore on September 12-15, 2018. Natural Products Expo East is produced by New Hope Network and is co-located at the Baltimore Convention Center with All Things Organic/Biofach America, Natural Products Association East, and Harvest Festival.
Baltimore Convention Center
Events and Education: September 12-15, 2018
Tradeshow Floor: September 13-15, 2018
Harvest Festival: September 12, 2018
Thursday/Friday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m Open to all Attendees
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Open to all Attendees
(Level 300 and 400 Hot Products Pavilions both open at 9:30am all three days)
Why Southeast Asia?
Like the rest of Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines are experiencing rapidly growing economies, increasing middle class populations, and continuing urbanization – all factors contributing to favorable conditions for U.S. export expansion.
Indonesia is the most populous country in Southeast Asia and U.S. agricultural exports there have grown 88 percent over the past decade. The country ranked ninth among U.S. markets in 2017, with sales of U.S. farm and food products totaling nearly $2.9 billion, led by soybeans, cotton, wheat, feeds and fodder, and dairy products.
Malaysia has one of the most developed and affluent economies in Southeast Asia and U.S. agricultural exports to the country have grown 64 percent over the past decade. The United States exported more than $924 million in farm and food products to Malaysia last year, with consumer-oriented products comprising nearly 44 percent of that total. Top U.S. exports included soybeans, dairy, prepared foods, cotton, and fresh and processed fruits and vegetables.
U.S. agricultural exports to the Philippines have grown 133 percent over the past decade. The United States is the country’s largest supplier of agricultural products, with a 22-percent market share. The Philippines was the 10th-largest U.S. agricultural export customer last year, with sales of nearly $2.6 billion. Top U.S. exports included soybean meal, wheat, dairy, pork, and soybeans, while exports of prepared foods reached a record $91 million.
For more information, visit https://www.fas.usda.gov/topics/southeast-asia-july-2018 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org