Live: Asia’s biggest food and beverage expo in Shanghai

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Asia’s biggest food and beverage expo in Shanghai” – below is their description.

SIAL China, Asia’s largest food and beverage exhibition, is now underway in Shanghai. Global food exporters and distributors are capitalizing on opportunities to sell their products in China, as the country’s economy roars back. What’s more important, as the world’s leading network of food and drink affairs, SIAL stands as a bellwether of what we put on the table. Don’t miss out and leave your comments on CGTN’s social media platforms as our reporters zip through the exhibition halls. #2021SIALChina

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