The leading voice of the food industry in Asia

As a non-profit society based in Singapore, FIA represents and promotes the views of the food and drink industry throughout the region, using science-based advocacy to help shape public policy.

With both eyes on the future, we aim to be the primary think tank for the food industry in Asia, a valuable partner in regional development and a leading resource for those wishing to future-proof their businesses.

Why FIA


FIA was formed to enable major food manufacturers to speak with one voice in Asia, principally in response to the region's rapid economic growth and complex challenges in areas such as regulatory standards, food safety, and effective public health approaches.

Our members share common values on issues relating to food safety, regional development, and the responsible promotion of balanced diets and lifestyles. Through our high level forums, FIA aims to promote a coordinated approach on these issues.

Industry Guideline and Toolkit - Voluntary Front-of-Pack Nutrition Labelling for the Food & Beverage Industry in Asia
  • Post-Election Indonesia: Jokowi Set to Pursue the Goal of Self-Sufficiency
    As the new government of Indonesia prepares to take office in October 2014, Dr Maxensius Sambodo from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences explores the emerging priorities of incoming President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo. Self-sufficiency and import substitution are high on the agenda with significant implications for the economy of the world’s third largest democracy.
    02 Sep, 2014
  • China's New Food Law: Five Significant Pending Changes
    The public consultation on China’s new Food Law ended on July 31st 2014. We are now seeing the first articles being drafted, which will flesh out the legislative skeleton outlined in the draft Law. The revised draft has been expanded from 104 articles to 159 articles with the purpose of building the most stringent food legislative and regulatory system ever in China. In this article, Paul O'Brien, a China Food Regulatory Analyst from Reach24H Consulting Group sets out five significant changes.
    27 Aug, 2014


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