MAFBEX 2012 Sets to Draw Food Lovers in World Trade Center

The biggest and most awaited food event of the year is back! The 6th Manila Foods and Beverages Expo (MAFBEX) is going “Back to Basics” at the World Trade Center Metro Manila and WTCMM East Wing on June 13 to 17, 2012 from 10am to 8pm. Professionals and enthusiasts from the food and beverage industry will be treated to a five-day expo with an impressive line-up of activities. Witness culinary experts battle it out in cook-offs, learn from seminars handled by the industry’s bests, and sample all sorts of international cuisines from renowned local and international chefs. Organized by the country’s leading exhibition and trade show organizer today, Worldbex Services International (WSI), in cooperation with the De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB), and for the benefit of the ABS-CBN Foundation, MAFBEX 2012 is the biggest and the most comprehensive food show in the country with over 500 booths showcasing the best the world has to offer. With last year’s turnout of 50,000 visitors, this year’s event will be the biggest yet with the inclusion of the World Trade Center East Wing as an extension venue for the free seminars alongside the inter-school and professional division competitions. This year also features the biggest international pavilion with countries like Singapore, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Japan, USA and Europe offering ethnic delicacies and ingredients from all over the world, blending together in a melting pot of exotic flavors made available in the show.This year also features the biggest international pavilion with countries like Singapore, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Japan, USA and Europe offering ethnic delicacies and ingredients from all over the world, blending together in a melting pot of exotic flavors made available in the show. The country’s top food distributors would also be selling imported goods at discounted prices at MAFBEX. For more information, contact (+632) 5316350 or email us at info.worldbex@gmail.com



Posted atSat, Sep 22nd 2012, 04:05

































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