Food Taipei

December 17-20, 2020 - new dates

Taipei, Taiwan

The Canadian Food Exporters Association would like to invite you to participate in FOOD TAIPEI taking place at the TWTC (Taiwan World Trade Center) Exhibition Hall 1 in Taipei, Taiwan from December 17-20, 2020.

Joining the Canada Pavilion at FOOD TAIPEI provides you with an excellent opportunity to connect with new and established contacts in Taiwan. The show is open for trade from December 17-20, 2020 and for consumers on the last day, December 20. Retail sales will be permitted on December 20 – a great way to transact business and to raise awareness and test products directly with consumers.

Last year, FOOD TAIPEI attracted over 64,086 visitors, with 776 domestic and 517 international exhibitors and 38 national pavilions, making it the largest scale show on record. More information is available at: http://www.foodtaipei.com.tw.

The all-inclusive fee for participating in the Canada Pavilion at FOOD TAIPEI 2020 will be:

CDN $2,415.00 standard 9sqm booth (comes with hard wall construction, company identification sign, electrical outlet, lighting, display counter, shelves and daily cleaning)

CDN $550.00 product display area (only available to new to market companies that cannot travel to Taiwan and for those that don’t have local representation)

For those interested in corner booths, there will be a surcharge of CDN $256.50 (due to limited corners, there will be a draw for the corner unit and the successful company will receive a separate invoice for this surcharge).

Benefits of participating with the CFEA and the Canadian Trade Office:

  • Reduction in your space cost
  • Travel/shipment reimbursements (travel reimbursement will be limited to local representatives)
  • Full coordination of show services
  • Networking opportunities with other Canadian companies, government staff & buyers
  • On-site promotional support
  • Media relations
  • Introductions to potential contacts
  • Listing in Canada pavilion exhibitors guide and promotional materials

https://www.cfea.com/food-taipei-2020-registration/

In order to participate with us in this program you must be or become a member. If you are not currently a member, you can register online at https://www.cfea.com/application/ and pay the membership fee of CDN $565.00. Membership is valid for one year from date joined.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you!


Reimbursement Details: upon completion of the event, you will be provided with a claim form to apply for a reimbursement of your travel and shipping expenses. Effective August 21, 2020 the travel reimbursement will only be offered to local representatives that are travelling from outside of Taipei, those travelling from Canada are ineligible to receive the travel funding.  The reimbursement will consist of a per diem of CDN $212.50 per day up to a maximum of 5 days (maximum 2 per company and you must stay in a local hotel to qualify) and a partial reimbursement of your sample shipment expenses (up to a maximum of $500.00). We will also offer up to $250.00 shipment reimbursement for those participating in the product display area.

In order to receive a reimbursement, you will need to provide a hotel checkout receipt, shipment invoice as well as proof of payment for both, such as credit card statement showing the applicable charges, cleared cheque, wire transfer receipt, etc. Note: a per diem will not be paid out if you stay in an Air BNB or private residence.


Funding for this program is provided by
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s
AgriMarketing Program


Update on COVID-19 situation in Taiwan

Taiwan’s swift response to COVID-19 has been very successful in controlling the spread of the pandemic. Taiwan quickly closed its borders and used contact tracing to control the spread of the pandemic. Businesses have been able to remain open by using aggressive precautionary measures like taking temperatures, wearing masks and providing sanitizer before patrons can enter business establishments. Throughout, Taiwan has not imposed any lockdowns. To date, Taiwan has registered just over 500 cases (the majority are imported) and seven casualties. The impact of COVID-19 on Taiwan’s economy and daily life has been much less severe in comparison to most other countries.

Commercial travel to Taiwan continues to be restricted and requires permission from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO). 14-day quarantine is required for all travelers to Taiwan from Canada. For this event it is recommended that you have your local representative manage your booth and gather leads on your behalf.