The Philippines’ Tropical Wines and Spirits Pavilion presents unique alcoholic beverages in top food trade show

  • Local alcoholic beverage manufacturers are represented for the first time in IFEX Philippines NXTFOOD ASIA 2019.

With a vision for the Philippines to be Asia’s best source of tropical fruit wines and spirits, some of the country’s best local manufacturers unite to collectively present the sublime quality of alcoholic beverages unique to the Philippines.

The cluster of homegrown wine makers aims to have a unified voice in showcasing their health-laden alcoholic beverages using Philippine indigenous ingredients. The goal in bringing together the alcoholic beverage companies is to professionalize the industry and capture niche markets here and abroad.

For this reason, the 13th edition of IFEX Philippines dubbed NXTFOOD ASIA, is the best platform to reach their mission of going global. From May 24, until Sunday, May 26, the tropical wines and spirits group will showcase their top-of-the-line ensemble of liquors and spirits based from various Philippine fruits and vegetables at the World Trade Center Metro Manila.

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The Tropical Wines and Spirits special setting at the IFEX Philippines NXTFOOD ASIA.

Exciting lineup of tropical wines and spirits

Filipino alcohol drinkers may not be familiar with the bubble gum or raspberry-flavored fermented coconut sap lambanog called “Lambalites.” Perhaps even more so with the Libug (Lipote-Bugnay) and Malibug (Mango-Lipote-Bugnay), local berry-based red wines that have already received awards from international wine competitions.

What started as an advocacy that aims to convert denuded forests into productive agricultural lands is now producing world-class Bignay wine.

A local honey-based wine believed to cure colds and cough problems that started as a hobby is now entering the mainstream wine market.

Rice wines, oregano-based wines and other exciting alcoholic beverages are now displayed not only for foreign buyers, wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs but also for the local market to taste and relish. These healthy alternatives to mainstream alcoholic brews are now set to elevate the alcoholic beverage sector.

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The exhibiting companies include Aldio Food and Beverage, Broadchem St. Ambrose Int’l Ltd. Corp., Dielle’s Apiary and Meadery, Inc., Dory’s Distillery, Inc., Kapwa Greens Lifestyle, Inc. (Tsaa Laya), Philippine Rice Research Institute, Vino Arsan Enterprises and Yulaik Food Products.

The public is invited to appreciate the abundant and diverse ingredients that make the Philippines one of the best sources of delectable food products and culinary inspirations offered by more than 600 local and international exhibitors from different food sectors.

IFEX Philippines NXTFOOD ASIA is organized by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) through the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), and co-organized by DTI’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development (MSMED) Council, the Department of Agriculture (DA) and the Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (PHILEXPORT).

Visit www.ifexphilippines.com/ for more details. Follow IFEX Philippines on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to get more updates on the event.

 

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