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World Snack Fair 2017 – Massive Sales On Your Favourite Snacks From All Over The World

20th February 2017

Snacks from all over the world under one roof for three days only


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For all you junk-food junkies out there, whether you’re a fan of the countless Oreo flavours Nabisco has blessed us with, crackers and chips by Calbee or the wide range of seaweed from Tao Kae Noi, World Snacks Fair 2017 is going to have it all.


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From 7 to 9 April, World Snacks is setting up a fair at Suntec City Convention Centre. This fair will feature more than 500 brands from all over the world, including some of our favourites such as Glico, Pokka, Meiji, Lotte and Arizona. Some brands will be selling limited editions or exclusive flavours of some of their snacks, so now’s your chance to grab hold of those flavours you’ve seen floating around the internet but never actually in stores in Singapore!


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According to a Facebook post from World Snack, the fair promises massive promotions on all snacks by selling any three packets of snacks from the event for only $10.


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There will also be an ichiban kuji (a sure-win lottery game) booth, and anime merchandise at prices up to 70% off. They are also hosting guest cosplayers and performances, and will be setting up a maid and butler cafe as well. The cafe will serve meals imported from Japan in limited quantities, so check it out while you’re there!



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While admission to the exhibition itself is free, World Snacks will be selling cash vouchers for the snacks and stage entries for performances in advance and on site. So keep a lookout on their Facebook page for more updates! 

Address: 1 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3, Concourse 1-4, Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore 039593
Date of event: 7 to 9 April 2017
Time of event:
7 to 8 April: 9am to 10pm
9 April: 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6560 5424
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Feature image taken from HKTDC.

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