In 2019, HPA-China launched a focused conference in Shanghai on the ever-growing industry segment of probiotics. For a first time event, it was a major success with close to 300 attendees.

Although China’s probiotics industry started late, its development speed is extremely rapid. In 2010, the market size of China’s probiotics products was about 22.2 billion RMB. By 2017, it rose to 55.3 billion RMB with an annual growth rate of 17%. If this growth rate is maintained, the market is expected to reach a scale of 142 billion RMB in 2023.

Probiotics China Summit was created to accelerate the interaction between the global probiotic industry and China’s food and supplement industry. The first Probiotics China Summit was held in Shanghai on June 18, 2019 and won widespread praise from the industry.

During the one-day event, there were over 80 brands and 70 supplement OEM manufacturers as well as dozens of probiotics importers and 10 E-commerce retailers in attendance. Some of China’s top food companies sent their R&D teams to gain the latest information on this growing sector. The 2019 summit was sponsored by the following industry leaders:

Due to the unfortunate global spread of COVID-19, HPA- China had to cancel Probiotics China Summit, which was scheduled for June 21, 2020 the day before FiAsia China Expo. FiAsia China Expo was also cancelled and rescheduled for November 25-27, 2020.

In order to continue the forward momentum of Probiotics China Summit 2019, the association in conjunction with the organizers of FiAsia China Expo are hosting a downsized version to be held at the expo in Shanghai. The association is happy to have the following companies supporting and presenting during the event:

If you are based in China or have team members / colleagues on the ground in China, we hope to see you there. The event is FREE to attend. Below are the details. Any questions, please contact the association at info@uschinahpa.org

2019 Probiotics China Summit Held in Shanghai in conjunction with industry partner International Probiotics Association (IPA).

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