Spotlight on Vietnam’s livestock, feed and meat industry at Vietstock 2021

Vietstock web storyVietnam is all set to host Vietstock 2021, in conjecture with VietFeed and VietMeat at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC), Ho Chi Minh City from 13-15 October

The show, which was established in 2004, will bring in 350 major exhibitors and a visitor and delegatory footfall of around 13,000 in its 10th edition. Key focus areas will be livestock, feed and meat from Vietnam, India, China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and southeast Asian regions.

Vietstock along with its co-located shows are expected to be a convergence of industry professionals, with a chance to connect and conduct business and create partnerships to further develop the farm-to-fork value chain in Vietnam. The country is considered as one of the fastest growing and high potential Asian countries, as far as livestock numbers and feed production is concerned.

According to Frost & Sullivan, Vietnam’s per capita chicken consumption is forecasted to expand to 16.6 kg by 2021. To meet the projected needs, DBS bank estimates that 264 new breeding facilities and 694 new commercial farms will need to start serving the industry. 

In this line, the Vietnamese government is also driving to revamp and modernise its meat processing industry to meet this growing demand and consumers’ expectations for clean and safe processed food. 

Organised by Informa Markets, a division of Informa plc, Vietstock 2021, and it’s co-located events, are expected to create a unique synergy between each sector, bringing together feed, livestock and meat sectors under one roof. The visitors will be able to source new products and solutions and gather new ideas from leading livestock, meat and aquaculture companies in the region. The event will also organise free international conferences and technical seminars where industry experts will lead the panel of speakers with interesting topics for the livestock, meat and aquaculture industries.


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