World Street Food Congress 2013

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Date : 21 May – 9 June 2013 Venue : F1 Pit Building and Paddock at 1 Republic Boulevard An overwhelming majority of the world rely on street food regularly for sustenance – from the Jolly Jeeps in Philippines, Kaki Limas in Indonesia, food trucks in Mexico, street food inns in China and Singapore’s and Malaysia’s hawkers stalls and food courts to the cafes and fine dining restaurants that take comfort street food to an exquisite level. This is the biggest, most loved, yet most unstructured culinary culture in the world. In our 2013 event, we attracted 80,000 attendees over 10 days with 37 street hawker stalls from 12 countries. See WSFC Jamboree 2013 guide here. (Link to WSFC 2013 Jamboree) The dialogue session gathered 22 speakers from 10 countries and discussed heavily about the history, culture and trends of street food cuisines. You can find out more about the topics discussed last year here. (Link to WSFC 2013 Dialogue). The event garnered about 4 million media value and has made a significant impact in kick starting some regional initiatives.
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