International food and beverage trade show in Montreal, Canada. Here, you will find a selection of experts from various backgrounds to provide you with the most relevant information about food, from industry issues to product innovation, trends and market opportunities, changes in consumer behaviour, and more.
Run over three days at the NEC, Birmingham, the show will shine a light on the top trends making an impact across the spectrum of food manufacturing sectors: from improving traceability and consumer trust, transforming productivity and highlighting the latest new ingredients and super foods to make an impression on the industry.
The largest food innovation exhibition in Asia. The 17th installment of Sial China will welcome around 66,000 visitors and over 2,900 exhibitors from 65 countries. Major market players from retail, hospitality, import and export and manufacturing attend this not-to-miss exhibition.
One of the most important innovation platforms for the sector and an international trade fair that focuses on the subject of meat. It helps leading manufacturers from Germany and abroad develop their innovations.
Described as the "world's largest food innovation exhibition" by Sial. The exhibiton in Paris will revisit the food sector of today and, above all, look to shape the future of agri-food business for the next generation.
More than 1,800 packaging and processing exhibitors covering virtually the entire packaging supply chain. Pack Expo is a great opportunity in the US to network with others in the packaging industry from all over the world. And this year 45,000 attendees are expected, including over 6,000 international visitors from more than 125 countries.
Interpack is the essential event for the food, beverage, confectionery, bakery, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, non-food and industrial goods sectors. No other trade fair in the world represents the entire supply chain quite like Interpack does... and it only takes place once every three years!
Packaging for meat and poultry products is an area that is constantly undergoing development and innovation. As well as ensuring that products travel from A to B in optimum condition, the packaging of a product is also integral to its shelf life, and its appeal to the end consumer. It is necessary, but needs to be both practical and appealing.
WorldFood Moscow is now in its 24th edition and connects over 1,600 companies from more than 72 countries. The event is Russia’s largest international food and drink tradeshow. WorldFood Moscow is a platform where food trade professionals, government associations and international press can assess the market/competition; network with existing and new clients, as well as conduct and conclude deals for the following year.
SIAL China, officially Asia’s largest food and drink exhibition, is back 6-8 May. With over 2,700 exhibitors and 55,000 professional visitors, SIAL China are prepared to serve the international audience with its biggest exhibition yet! With two dedicated meat halls, SIAL China will focus on the increasingly pertinent category for the Chinese market.
Meat Market 2015 – meetings of producers and suppliers of meat with buyers representing biggest retail chains. The event will be held on 17th April 2015 in Mazurkas Conference Center in Ozarów Mazowiecki (Warsaw, Poland). Meat Market is the second project of fresh-market.pl online website which is also the organizer of Fresh Market Conference – meeting for suppliers of fruits and vegetables that has been organized since 2008. It is a unique opportunity to establish business contacts and to reach international clients.
Strategically located in Warsaw, a commercial hub and capital city, WorldFood Warsaw is Poland’s only centrally located international B2B food and beverage exhibition.In its second edition, WorldFood Warsaw provides a platform to conduct business with Poland’s most influential food and beverage industry experts, distributors, retailers, manufacturers and associations. The inaugural edition attracted 94 exhibitors from 24 countries and 3,124 industry visitors – 84% of visitors were decision makers.