Chinese spirits, which used to be the top exhibit, falls to the third spot in terms of size this year's China Food & Drink Fair (CFDF), which will be held at the Chengdu Century City New International Convention and Exhibition Center from March 23-25, according to information from the organizing committee.  

Wine accounts for the lion's share this year, followed by food and beverage. 

The fair, consisting of one outdoor hall and nine indoor halls, attracts nearly 3,000 exhibitors from home and abroad. 

Of those, there are more than 300 wine and international spirits exhibitors and nearly 300 food and drinks exhibitors. In contrast, the number of Chinese spirits exhibitors tumbles to 240.


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Editor: Lan Suying