DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Various types of culinaries and beverages, as well as international standard equipment, will again be exhibited in Bali through Bali Interfood 2019, at Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, on September 26-28, 2019. Hundreds of participants from 17 countries also to follow Bali Interfood 2019, namely Poland, Japan Singapore, Taiwan, China, Italy, Thailand, United States, Korea, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Turkey, Pakistan, and Russia.
On its fourth year, Bali Interfood will display a variety of the latest technologies that are useful for food and beverage processing industry as well as high-quality and highly competitive products, such as Food & Beverage, Agri Food, Agriculture Products, Bakery & Confectionery, Food & Hospitality, Food Ingredients, Herbal & Health Food, Hotel and Retail Technology, Design & In-Store Marketing.
“Bali Interfood 2019 is expected to be helpful for businesses, especially in the field of food and beverage processing and other segments in order to improve the competitiveness of food and beverage products which is an influential industry for Indonesian tourism,” said Daud D. Salim, CEO of Krista Exhibitions as the organizers at a press conference on Monday.
In addition to the exhibition, Daud D. Salim explained that Bali Interfood 2019 will hold seminars and workshops on food. Besides, 25 MSMEs from Bali and Surabaya will also present at this event.
Another interesting program at the Bali Interfood 2019 is a competition of pastry and bakery. According to Chef Agus Susanta, Chairman of the Indonesian Pastry Alliance Bali, this is the biggest competition in the pastry and bakery segment with nine categories.
“Through this competition, we want to bring local talents to a higher level. This is very possible because the talents in Bali have a uniqueness that they can apply art to food,” said Chef Agus.
While Secretary-General of the Indonesian Hotels and Restaurants Association (PHRI) Bali chapter, Perry Markus explained, Bali Interfood is a very useful event for tourism in Bali.
“Many new things can be learned and applied from this event, especially on food and beverages for hotels and restaurants. While the existing seminars and workshops are also useful especially for newly established hotels,” Markus said.