Major international fruit event to return to Guangzhou, China in July 2020

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Major international fruit event to return to Guangzhou, China in July 2020


The Fruit Expo & World Fruit Industry Conference will hold its next edition in Guangzhou - a key Chinese fruit hub - from July 16-18, 2020 at the China Import & Export Fair Complex.

China's fruit imports have been rising rapidly over recent years, as more and more fruits gain access to the market and import procedures are simplified. In 2018, imports totaled 4.86 million tons, with a value of US$6.95bn, up by 26% and 36% year-on-year, respectively, according to China Customs data.

Supported by China Fruit Marketing Association (CFMA), Guangzhou-located foreign embassies and consulates, it is expected that Fruit Expo 2020 is going to be staged on a show floor of 30,000 sq.m, hosting over 500 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors. Hosted in Guangzhou, one of the biggest fruit trade hubs in Southeast Asia, Fruit Expo 2020 will be able to put its hands on the best industry resources for its attendees to share.

The concurrent World Fruit Industry Conference 2020 will gather C-suite leaders from brand enterprises at home and aboard to explore new market opportunities for worldwide fruits exporting to China, and quality Chinese fruits exporting to the world.

In the 2019 edition, over 200 exhibitors gathered for the show, including Frutacloud, Topfruits, Auchan, Super Harvest, Chen’s Sun,, Gzbaier, Bus BoxSin Frensh De, and Luyuan. A total of 47 international exhibitors from 15 countries, including Thailand, Chile, Vietnam, Ecuador, Malaysia, Peru, Mexico, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Pakistan, Spain, France, occupied 30% show space, showcasing over 100 types of products.

The exhibition scope includes fresh, fresh-cut and organic fruit; processed fruit; fruit processing equipment & technology; cold chain & logistics; fruit growing & post-harvest handling; and fresh retail & related technology.

For more information, please visit the event website, or contact Amy Lai. Phone: +86 20 2917 8996, Mobile/WeChat/Whatsapp: +86 188 2506 6363, email or


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