Speciality & Fine Food Asia

27 March 2019

Speciality & Fine Food Asia (SFFA) is  Southeast Asia’s leading trade show for artisan, gourmet and fine  food & drink. It provides distributors, retailers, restaurateurs, chefs and more from the foodservice, retail and hospitality industriesan excellent platform to source  new products for their business, meet new suppliers and gain the latest industry insights.

The third edition of SFFA promises to be even more exciting, with a bigger line-up of firm favourites such as the second edition of Asia Food Innovation Awards by FoodBev Media and Investor Pitching Series, the inspirational Fine Food Live,  Start-Up village and more.

Stay tuned for more information on all of the exciting events coming up in 2019!

Speciality & Fine Food Asia is co-located with RPB Asia, the only trade show dedicated to the restaurant, pub and bar community across Southeast Asia.

Show Info
Show Names: Speciality & Fine Food Asia 2019 and Restaurant, Pub & Bar Asia 2019
Dates: 17 – 19 July 2019
Opening Hours: 11am – 6pm (11am – 5pm on last day)
Venue: Suntec Singapore, Level 4, Halls 401-403
 1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, Singapore 039593
Organisers: Montgomery Asia

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