Inspire the food business

In 2016, SIAL Paris will revisit the food sector of today and, above all, invent that of tomorrow in order to:

  • Explore new markets
  • Exchange views with the world’s agri-food players
  • Stay connected to trends and innovation

SIAL Paris begins right now.

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China has long taken a cautious approach to controlling its staple grain import quota each year to ensure food security, but when it comes to other foodstuffs, overseas agricultural products are being warmly welcomed by the nation's fast growing middle class. 

Australian food and wine companies will showcase their products to potential Chinese buyers this week as they seize upon opportunities presented by the impending free-trade agreement between the two nations.

Chinese drinkers have developed a taste for wine in recent years, with consumption surging 70 per cent between 2009 and 2013 to 1.94 billion bottles, according to research by the International Wines and Spirits Record.