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IFEX Back Onsite

The Philippines’s International Food Exhibition 2022 (IFEX) reeled off at the World Trade Center in Pasay City on Thursday, drawing thousands of buyers and visitors from around the world eager to sample Filipino flavors.

In photo is the booth of COOK magazine, one of the media sponsors for the event, billed as the country’s biggest international trade exhibition on Philippine and Asian ethnic and specialty food, tropical fruits, vegetables, seafood, beverages, bakery and confectionery products, meat and poultry, Halal-certified products, as well as natural, organic, and healthy food products.

The IFEX Philippines 2022 runs until Saturday, September 24. 

Photo by BERNARD TESTA

Image credits: Bernard Testa



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