Shanghai Totole Food, a leading company in the condiment industry, will be showcasing over 50 products from Nestle Group's Julius Maggi brand at the upcoming 6th China International Import Expo (CIIE).
A view of the booth of Shanghai Totole Food during an expo in Shanghai. [Photo/WeChat account: zuijiangqiao]
A repeat participant of the CIIE, Shanghai Totole Food has brought a wide range of Julius Maggi products to consumers every year. Last year, they showcased more than 150 products at the expo.
"In the future, we plan to introduce some of these imported products to the Chinese market, continuously enriching the Julius Maggi brand's offerings and providing more diverse choices for Chinese consumers," said Liu Shiyan, director of the Department of Public Affairs at Shanghai Totole Food.
The display of an eco-friendly table and chairs made by Shanghai Totole Food in 2022 year's expo. [Photo/WeChat account: zuijiangqiao]
In line with China's carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goals, all industries have been actively exploring ways to reduce carbon emissions. Shanghai Totole Food is no different. It showcased table and chairs made from recycled chicken essence bags last year.
During the 6th CIIE, the internationally renowned testing, inspection, and certification organization, SGS, will issue a zero waste to landfill management system certificate for Shanghai Totole Food.
Liu further emphasized the significance of the CIIE as a unique platform that enables Shanghai Totole Food to showcase its latest products and solutions. He said the expo also provides an exceptional opportunity for companies to establish connections with customers, partners, and government officials.
Liu added that the expo has created numerous new business opportunities and that the company's innovative products and solutions which were showcased have all been well-received by customers.