Southeast Asian consumers are balancing health-conscious food choices with value and taste in a post COVID-19 era.
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Growing health consciousness and desire for convenient and cost-effective smart innovations drive the demand for electric massagers.
EVs have been in the industry for 10 years, but their high pricing, and limited mileage and battery capacity are barriers to reaching the mainstream market.
Spire led a team of food importers and manufacturers from ASEAN to the first ever Identity Preserved International Summit in Hawaii, USA.
The new EVs, well accepted by innovators and early adopters, could be the mobility solution of the future.
Spire shortlisted, invited and managed soybean and soybean meal buyers in Indonesia and Thailand at seminar on the advantages of utilizing critical amino acids value (CAAV) as a metric for soy quality.
Return of tourist to Garut boosted sales of leather goods and led to increase in production. Collaborating with the tourism and creative industries as well as digitalising can help the leather industry grow.
Growing the future: Spire Vietnam partners with American soy and grain body to launch quality assurance mark in Asia
American soy and grain producers connected with food and agribusiness firms in Vietnam at the recent international launch of the U.S. Identity Preserved mark.
Large market opportunities for canned tuna producers as global demand for canned tuna is expected to increase to US$9.22 billion in 2027.
The Asian spice and herbs market has seen growing demand, especially from European countries, but adulteration of spices remains a challenge.