Press

Welcome to the Hi South East Asia Press Room

Keep up to date with the latest news about the show, the food ingredients industry and the latest prepared features and exhibitor product launches with the Health ingredients South East Asia press releases. The press page will provide you with press releases in English. Also find ready-to-use logos and images on this page.

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Press registration

Press are welcome to attend Hi South East Asia. A press pass will give you access to the event and the press room.

Press kit

The press kit will be updated shortly. For any queries in the meantime please contact maebh.flanagan@ubm.com

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Access the South East Asian health market

Hi South East Asia will be launched this April with a free two-day seminar

Feb 2016 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

The newest edition to the Food ingredients global portfolio, Health ingredients South East Asia, will take place from 6-8 April 2016 in the Jakarta International Expo in Jakarta Indonesia.

A highlight of the show is the free two-day seminar, which will take place on the first two days of the show. The seminar is a great way to learn about the latest trends and innovations shaping the South East Asian health industry and will contain a variety of in-depth presentations and discussions from top regional and international industry experts. The program includes both technical developments and market trends and will cover everything you need to know about the South East Asian health industry.

Successful launch of Health ingredients South East Asia

April 2015 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

The first edition of Health ingredients South East Asia took place from 6-8 April in Jakarta, Indonesia alongside CPhI South East Asia. The decision to launch a health ingredients event in this region was based on the growing consumer demands for nutraceuticals, dietary supplements and functional foods. The principle drivers behind this growth being increased GDP, changing life styles and consumption patterns, and better access to information about health.

The first edition of Hi South East Asia featured the Hi pavilion where both local Indonesian and international health ingredients manufacturers presented their innovative health ingredients. Alongside the pavilion there was also a two-day seminar program ‘Health ingredients and functional foods for better quality of life ‘which contained a variety of in-depth presentations and discussions from top regional and international industry experts. The seminars had a great attendance with each day attracting over 200 attendees.