Upcoming exhibition: Food and Hotel Asia (FHA)

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The Food and Hotel Asia (FHA) is coming up in April. It will be held from Tuesday 8th until Friday 11th of April in the Singapore Expo and we are looking forward to it!

The history of Food and Hotel Asia (FHA)

Food&HotelAsia (FHA) started out as small trade exhibition in 1978. Back then it was held in the car park of a hotel, but in the meanwhile it has grown immensely as the premier trade show along with the industry itself. The Food&HotelAsia exhibition is now synonymous with the food and hospitality industry in Asia and beyond.

FHA2014

The FHA2014 will be held in Singapore and we will be present with our coffee roasters from 8-11 April 2014. The focus of this event are the food and hotel industries as a whole and over 3000 exhibitors will participate, making this expo quite diverse.

Specialty Coffee & Tea 2014

New this year is the specialised event in our sector that be an integral part of the FHA2014. We will participate in the Specialty Coffee&Tea located in Hall 5. In this event all aspects of coffee and tea are integrated into one single platform. Here the products, services and exhibitors will all be related to the coffee and tea industry and we are looking forward to demonstrate our Giesen Coffee Roasters there as well.

You are welcome to visit us in Singapore

In less than two weeks theFood and Hotel Asia (FHA) will begin. You are very welcome to visit us there and make your acquaintance with us and our coffee roasters. We can inform you about the latest news, approvements and roaster types – like our W25 Coffee Roaster – that we are manufacturing in the Netherlands. FHA2014 is held from 8-11 April at the Singapore Expo. Have a look at the FHA2014 website for more information. We hope to see you there

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