New supply event launches in Japan

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SUPPLY EXPO JAPAN 2006 launches in Tokyo next month, with Health Business Magazine's (HBM) ninth annual Functional Foods Spring Seminar. The show is organised by Japan's leading publisher for the health and nutrition industry, HBM, in association with New Hope Natural Media.

The two-day event will focus on raw ingredients, science-based materials, functional foods, contract manufacturing and other supply-related categories with exhibitors and buyers expected from Japan, China, the US and around the world. Some 8,000 buyers are expected, looking for new opportunities to expand their business into the second-largest market in the world. The Japanese nutrition market (including functional foods and beverages) reached $29 billion in 2004 with 11 per cent growth, according to Global Nutrition Group Research and Analysis.

The education programme offers 50 seminars featuring the latest in ingredients science, regulatory updates and global market information on Japan, US and China.

Education highlights

  • Benefits of alpha-tocotrienol
  • Alternative medicine and dietary supplements in Japan
  • Women's supplements and ingredients
  • Market trends and business strategies for beauty and weight loss
  • Soy-derived ingredients for functional foods
  • Global laws and regulations related to the nutrition industry
  • US Good Manufacturing Practices: a global challenge
  • Success in the US dietary supplements and functional foods markets
  • Global innovation and trends in scientific research and ingredients
  • Opportunities and challenges in global markets
  • Laws and regulations for nutrition food in China

Tokyo International Forum is a world-class venue, located in the centre of Tokyo, just a few minute's walk from the closest metro station.
Some Exhibiting Companies

Aliment Industry (Japan)
Bioresis Nutraceuticals (Malaysia)
Capsugel (Japan)
Daiwa Pharmaceuticals (Japan)
Kikkoman (Japan)
Lonza (Japan)
Maypro Industries (Japan)
Morinaga Milk Industry (Japan)
Oryza Oil and Fat Chemical (Japan)
Tasly Group (China)
Toyo Hakko (Japan)

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