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Seoul Food 2022: Labelling System Development Reflecting the Changes in Eating Trends

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7 Jun 22 | South Korea Time: 01:00 PM -

7 Jun 22 | South Korea Time: 03:40 PM

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Organised by KOTRA, SEOUL FOOD is reputed as the most professional and high quality B2B F&B exhibition in Korea and the No.1 exhibition where professionals from all over the world visit.
 
Bringing together many qualified exhibitors and visitors from across the world, SEOUL FOOD has maintained a steady growth and has become the fourth largest food industry exhibition in Asia.
 
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Euromonitor session title: Labelling system development reflecting the changes in eating trends
 
Session description: What is the clean label? The clean label means the food is less processed and contains fine ingredients. The benchmark of this trend comes from developed countries. The session will address global case studies with market data and some suggestions on what Korean players need to consider.
 
Date and time of the EMI session: 7th June 2022, 13:00-15:40
 
Link to the event program page here
 
Speaker: Sunny Moon, Research Manager
 

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