Seafood Expo Asia to highlight market trends of APAC seafood market and showcase seafood from across the world
Aug 29, 2018 Picture: HONG KONG, 24 August 2018 --( ASIA TODAY )-- The 9th edition of Seafood Expo Asia organized by Diversified Communications will open its doors in less than two weeks with an exciting line up of expert speakers and exhibitors from around the world including Bulgaria, France, Korea, Spain, Thailand and the USA. Visitors will discover the latest trends, source all types of seafood products and do business with the global seafood community through the many networking opportunities at the expo— taking place 4-6 September at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Seafood Expo Asia offers a wide range of activities alongside the trade exhibition to further enhanced participants’ experience with their sourcing and purchasing needs for fresh, frozen and processed seafood. This year’s event will feature an inspiring open market-concept Product Showcase, which will highlight a new “Tasty Kitchen” where buyers will be able to taste seafood products from around the world by sampling some of the exhibiting products. The Demonstration Theatre will host a series of culinary demonstrations by professional chefs who will explain how to prepare special seafood species and the best way to consume them. The 2018 Young Chef Challenge, scheduled every day during the exposition, will spotlight eight young chefs eager to show off their culinary talents by using sustainable seafood species to create their dishes. The judging panel, consisting of Mr. Gerhard Passrugger, Executive Chef from Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Mr. Pedro Samper, Executive Chef from The Langham Hong Kong, Miss Vicky Lau, Chef and Owner of Tate Dining Room & Bar, and the event ambassador Gabriel Choy, will deliberate on the winning contestant, which will be announced on the last day of the event (6 September 2018). Celebrity chef, Christian Yang, will also be joining the Young Chef... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, Seafood Expo Asia to highlight market trends of APAC seafood market and showcase seafood from across the world, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
Published By: ASIA TODAY - Wednesday, 29 August, 2018
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