CMB at the 110th China Food & Drinks Fair (CFDF) and WINECON Fine Wine Exhibition

CMB at the 110th China Food & Drinks Fair (CFDF) and WINECON Fine Wine Exhibition

From 16th to 22nd March 2024, the 110th CHINA FOOD & DRINKS FAIR CFDF) took over in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, southwest China. Since 1955, CFDF has been well known in China as a historical, large-scaled and professional flagship exhibition including Spring and Autumn sessions. The Spring edition is held in Chengdu every year. Compared with previous fairs, the exhibition area has reached 325,000 square meters in total, which is the largest exhibition ever. It is expected that there will be more than 6,600 exhibitors, with more than 300,000 products from 45 countries and regions, and more than 400,000 professional visitors to the exhibition. Concours Mondial de Bruxelles (CMB) which became a spotlight of the event attended the fair for the first time as a special guest exhibitor.

WINECON Fine Wine Exhibition was held in Shangri-la Hotel from 16th to 19th March with the most comprehensive selection of domestic and overseas fine wines. Over 500 wineries and importers, no less than 40 Masterclasses, and large number of experts, distributors gathered here. Medal-winning products showed on CMB booth D20 grand floor of Shangri-la Hotel. Over 100 award-winning wines and 2 exclusive sessions of masterclasses presented by CMB. Our CMB’s president, Baudouin Havaux, presented the organization and the upcoming projects.

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