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Date: 20 – 23 September 2011
Venue: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

FHM 2011 – PREPARED TO SERVE YOU A DELIGHTFUL SPREAD…

Malaysian Exhibition Services, the leading exhibition organiser in Malaysia is once again bringing Food & Hotel Malaysia to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from 20 – 23 September 2011. The FHM series has earned the title “Malaysia’s Official Food and Hotel Show” with the succession of shows since its inception in 1993. It is by far the most diverse and complete exhibition with participations from major players of the F&B and Hospitality Industries.

At FHM 2009, a total of 808 participating companies from 40 countries participated, attracting 18,100 visitors from 57 countries. There were 6 international groups from Austria, Indonesia, Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and USA under the country pavilions.

FHM 2011 is anticipated to be bigger and MORE elaborate with countless delightful activities which will entice and benefit the trade buyers of the food & beverage and hospitality sectors. The FHM series has always been a contributor to the hospitality and tourism sectors of Malaysia. By working with the relevant industry organisations including Tourism Malaysia, the event has been instrumental in raising the country’s profile as a top quality holiday destination.

As a country that is highly receptive to the global food industry trend, Malaysia offers great opportunities with its ongoing demand for technologies and solutions that would serve its diverse and multi-cultured F & B industry. It is an industry that is ever growing and thriving to be self-sufficient in food production.

FHM 2011 serves as the perfect place to offer this opportunity for the F & B and Hospitality industry players. It is also a platform where camaraderie is established among the industry experts from all around the world.

Do not miss out on this exciting event as it is set to bring you the most up-to date in the industry!

EXCITING HAPPENINGS ON THE FHM 2011 FLOOR!

Culinaire Malaysia 2011

The Region’s largest culinary competition will be held in conjunction with FHM 2011. The objective of Culinaire Malaysia is to set a higher benchmark on the culinary standards in the Malaysian hospitality industry and to recognise and motivate individual chefs who excel in their field of culinary art that match world standards.

Cooking Demonstration by Celebrity Chef

Chef Extraordinaire Dato’ Ismail Ahmad will again be conducting live cooking demonstrations during the Exhibition using exhibitor’s equipment and food ingredients at some of the chosen exhibitor’s booths.

My Nourishment Cooking Demos

My Nourishment cooking house will be organising cooking demos by chefs from around the world at their booth during the 4 day event.

Halal Seminar

This Seminar is designed for those who are interested in Malaysian halal certification, particularly for those who want to sell or export their products and services or be recognized as halal certified by Malaysia. Halal products from Malaysia are accepted throughout the world, which potentially can expand any business at the domestic or international market. This is also a venue for the participants to share their knowledge and experiences in managing halal products and services to be complaint to the standard and succeed in obtaining halal certification.

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