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.


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
  • New Code on Advertising Unveiled by Public-Private Consortium in Singapore
    Singapore - New guidelines aimed at reducing children’s exposure to advertising of food and beverages high in fat, sugar and salt will take effect in Singapore from 1 January 2015. The self-regulatory guidelines were announced by Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Health and will be incorporated into the Singapore Code of Advertising Practice (SCAP).
    30 Sep, 2014
  • Sharing Value in the Food Industry: SharingValueAsia
    PublicAffairsAsia is pleased to announce the launch of the SharingValueAsia web portal and an upcoming report entitled SharingValueAsia: Partnership in Action, which launches next week. The food and beverage industry stands out among others as being at the cutting edge of developing partnerships and shared value initiatives which not only have a positive effect on their bottom lines, but also deliver positive social, economic and environmental impacts.
    23 Sep, 2014

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