The Supermarket Trade Show (SMTS) gives you an opportunity to meet leaders from the retail, wholesale, ready meal and food service industry, and to find new partnerships, new networks and new trends for helping your business. This is the 57th edition.
Japan has proven to be an appealing and profitable market for U.S. companies for many years. The USDA Agricultural Trade Office in Osaka reports that Japan is the fourth largest market for U.S. exporters of all food and agricultural products.
Under the U.S. – Japan Free Trade Agreement nearly 90% of U.S. food and agricultural imports into Japan are either duty free or receive preferential tariff access.
U.S. Food & Agricultural Product Imports to Japan, By the Numbers
By the year 2025, Euromonitor projects that retail sales in the packaged food market in Japan will reach US$204.5 billion, a growth of 3.6%, or US$7 billion.
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– Early Bird: $3,050
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4.5sqm Half Booth
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9sqm booth includes:
*Disclaimer: Leads must be submitted within one month after the trade show. Full disclaimer can be found here: Lead Qualification.
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*Please note: Food Show PLUS! services are available exclusively for suppliers who are exhibiting at the show in the USA pavilion.
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