Event Partners and Supporters

Associations and Supporters

As an exhibition with a commitment to nutraceutical innovation and development in Asia, we work closely with industry associations. These partnerships ensure that Vitafoods Asia delivers cutting-edge content and industry insights and that exciting event news and updates are communicated to key members in the industry.

If your organisation would be interested in working with Vitafoods Asia, please contact Louise Mather (London Office) or Reema Patnaik (Singapore Office).

Event supporters

IPI catalyses and enables enterprises to grow their businesses through technology and innovation. An affiliate of Enterprise Singapore, IPI promotes open innovation and works with enterprises to source for technologies locally and abroad. In addition, it facilitates technology partnerships to bring new and innovative products and services to the market. Connected to a global network or technology partners, including the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), IPI is well-positioned to facilitate connections between technology seekers and providers, driving growth and innovation opportunities for Singapore enterprises.

Health Foods and Dietary Supplements Association (HADSA) is a national non-profit association founded in April 2002 with the following aims and objectives is to represent the interest of health foods, dietary supplements, nutraceuticals and healthcare industry; support science-based environment; promote and defend regulatory environment and consumer protection; prevent, eradicate malpractices, if any, in the said industry; initiate timely actions to improve the regulatory climate, reputation and consumer confidence in health foods, dietary supplements, nutraceuticals and healthcare industry and secure the most favorable duty / tax structure for this industry segment.

HADSA’s commitment includes compliance to applicable laws and regulations consistent with International guidelines and standards, but to seek to change or question those laws or regulations that are inconsistent with the best interest of the public. HADSA unites a diverse membership, from retailers to the largest natural product supplier. We champion consumer's freedom of choice in our marketplace.

AIFN is one of the major associations of dietary/food supplements supplier in Japanese market. We contribute to a sound industry in Japan making consumer satisfaction and reassurance of safety as a primary concern. AIFN is one of key member associations of JAOHFA (Japanese Alliance of Health Food Associations) to make proposals to the Government of Japan.

Furthermore, we exchange opinions and share viewpoints frequently with U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Embassy in Japan and ACCJ (American Chamber of Commerce in Japan). AIFN is also member of IADSA (International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations) for global cooperation of deregulation of the market.

AFBA is a group of national associations in South East Asia involved in
the manufacture, distribution and sale of food and beverage products that seeks
to support harmonisation efforts across South East Asia and to provide a voice
for the ASEAN food industry at the policy table. We aim to coordinate industry
efforts to deliver effective input and practical guidance on ASEAN policies to
unlock the food sector’s growth potential in and out of our region.

The Hong Kong Health Food Association (HKHFA) was established in 2005. With mission to foster a remarkable business environment for the industry and to provide consumers with the knowledge of the safe use of health food products.

HKHFA provides its members professional advice on the regulatory and import &
export requirements of health food products in HK. With a platform for oversea suppliers to enter into HK market.

The association collaborates with University of Hong Kong to carry out research to
get an overview of Health food market data. The members are kept abreast of advances
in new product development and health food science occurring around the world
through newsletters, international symposiums and local seminars.


The Chinese Organic & Natural Foods Association (CONA) is a non-profit organization committed to promote environmental protection and organic philosophy.

CONA provides resources and educational opportunities for farmers and consumers
interested in driving change for a more regenerative and organic food system.

Food Science and Technology Association of Thailand (FoSTAT) was establish in 1976 as a non-profit science association to disseminate knowledge relating to food science and technology to public and private sectors at both domestic and international levels.

FIA was founded in July 2010 by a group of leading food and beverage companies. From our base in Singapore, we seek to enhance the industry's role as a trusted partner in the development of science-based policy in the region. FIA provides an important hub for advocacy and debate. We bring together the food industry's most senior business leaders to champion initiatives that promote sustainable growth and support regional policies that deliver harmonised results.

Established in 1997, Hong Kong Food Science and Technology Association (HKFSTA) aims to provide network between local and international scientific and technological institutions, industries, and the government for uplifting the industry standard and promoting food science to the public.  We also make alliance with other international bodies including IFT, CIFST, and etc.

Taipei biotechnology service buiness association provides the biotechnology services and assist the Government in amending the decree and promoting the conduct of the decree. Build an industrial platform to promote the development of biotechnology industry and create industrial value.

The assocation also assist the Government in promoting the southward
strategy of biotechnology industry and to build cross-strait docking platform. Promote the development of Taiwan's biotechnology industry, to actively explore the international market.

Founded in May 1989, China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Medicines and Health Products (CCCMHPIE) is the national industrial association in China devoted to promote international trade and investment in the healthcare sector.

CCCMHPIE has a diverse membership including the major R&D facilities, manufactures, trading companies and investment institutions in China, ranging from pharmaceuticals, medical devices and equipment, biopharmaceuticals, traditional Chinese medicines, nutraceuticals, functional cosmetics to foods for special medical purposes. It is a professional trade and investment promotion organization in the Chinese healthcare sector while serving as the bridge between authorities and enterprises as well as Chinese and foreign partners.

Singapore is a bustling cosmopolitan city populated with high-rise buildings and landscape gardens. Brimming with a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture, Singapore is a dynamic city that’s rich in contrast and colour. In fact, you can even say that Singapore embodies the finest of both East and West.Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore has a land area of about 710 square kilometres, making her one of the smallest countries in the world and the smallest in the region – hence the moniker “The Little Red Dot”. Although small in size, Singapore commands an enormous presence in the world today with its free trade economy and highly efficient workforce. Also, her strategic location in the region has enabled her to become a central sea port along major shipping routes.

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