PHILFOODEXPhilippine Food Processors and Exporters Organization, Inc
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PhilFoodex is composed of as much as 12,000 micro, small, medium and large scale food manufacturers and exporters.
In an interview with The STAR, Philfoodex president Bobby Amores said the competitiveness of the domestic food processing industry could be threatened if the government would not allow the special importation of sugar.
Chua explained that Philfoodex was discouraged to participate this year because of their experience last year.
It would be great if the DTI is truly able to work with Philfoodex to promote these Filipino food companies and ingredients.
Along with the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc., Philfoodex is hoping the government delivers on its commitment to open up sugar trade.
The Philippines, of course, also participated through the efforts of Roberto Amores, president of PhilFoodEx, and our own Department of Trade and Industry, represented by Senen Perlada, Director of the Department of Trade and Industry-Export Marketing Bureau.
PhilFoodex is hosting the 14th Philippine Food Expo on April 20 to 22 which will gather some 300 leading firms involved in food manufacture, growing, export, equipment, packaging, ingredients and additives.
This came as a result of the advocacies initiated in 2018 by the Philfoodex, PCCI and the Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc.
(PhilFoodex) -- have been appealing to the government to allow them to directly import sugar to reduce their expenses.
(Philfoodex), the Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc.
(Philfoodex) President Roberto Amores said before that they should be allowed to directly import as much as 100,000 metric tons (MT) of sugar to "strike a balance" between industries that were affected by the high cost of the commodity.