A communication event focusing on the catering industry in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area was held in Guangzhou's Nansha district on March 31, exploring how to integrate Hong Kong and Macao catering enterprises into the Greater Bay Area.
Guangzhou has been dominant in the catering industry in China and is known as "the food capital of China." Within the city, Nansha is regarded as a place that will feature international food culture in the future, playing the role of a sub-center of Guangzhou, as well as a demonstration area for comprehensive cooperation between Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao.
During the event, 21 Greater Bay Area featured dishes were showcased, including tiger shrimp that was produced in Nansha's Xiaohu village, highlighting how the district's good ecological environment and 21 rivers produce renowned aquatic and agricultural products.
In recent years, Nansha has been striving to build a better connection with Hong Kong and Macao, including in the area of food.
The Timetable in Nansha's Innovation Bay Area was put into operation in 2021, gathering Hong Kong brand coffee, high-quality food, and public libraries, creating a consumption brand for youth in the Greater Bay Area.
One dish showcased at the event is produced in Nansha's Huangge town. [Photo/WeChat account: nanshafabu]