Reuniting the food industry at foodpro 2021

Australia’s food and beverage manufacturing event, foodpro, is coming to Sydney Showground from 25-28 July 2021.

foodpro is reuniting the industry and gathering the nation’s food manufacturing and processing decision makers and buyers for four days of collaboration, product launches, new technology and expert education.

Following events including Australia’s devastating bushfires and of course, the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic, now more than ever what we do matters.

“What we do now really matters – not just for our own industry, but the growth of the entire country,” says Melissa Clendinen, foodpro Event Manager.

“foodpro is where the industry’s brightest minds join forces and generate solutions that will take us towards a more sustainable and safer world.

“foodpro is a great opportunity for all stakeholders within the food and beverage supply chain to unite and learn how we can all work together.”

The 2021 event will include a free speaker series, and foodpro is partnering with leading industry associations including the Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) and Food Innovation Australia (FIAL) to bring attendees the latest insights and trends from nation’s leading experts.

“The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) is pleased to partner with FoodPro; the largest trade exhibition in Australia specifically designed for the entire food value chain. As the peak professional body for packaging training and education in Australasia we look forward to working with the FoodPro organisers and developing a unique educational offering for the visitors that covers Circular and Sustainable Packaging Design and more,” says Nerida Kelton, Executive Director, AIP.

The full seminar program will be announced soon, however visitors can expect to attend sessions on topics including traceability, food safety, Covid recovery and future food trends.

foodpro is also partnering with the Annual Convention of the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) who will be running their conference alongside this year’s event, bringing the latest thinking in food technology and processing.

Major industry sectors covered at the exhibition include:

Dairy: With a focus on running a cost-effective business that operates at maximum efficiency, foodpro lets you stay up to date with processing machinery, packing technology, product testing and lab equipment.

Beverage: Regardless of what type of beverage you manufacture, it’s always important to adapt to changing consumer needs and market pressures.

Meat: Overcome industry challenges and remain competitive by keeping current – from processing to packing technology and product testing equipment.

Packaged food: To remain profitable in an ever-changing market, you need to understand the latest trends in ingredients, as well as keep up to date with new processing and packaging technology.

Bakery and baked goods: The key for business sustainability and growth is to develop new products and use on-trend ingredients.

Frozen food: The latest freezing technologies, combined with quality ingredients, texture, appearance and nutrition, are vital for processors of frozen foods.

Fresh food: Keep your fresh produce business competitive and “in the green”, with the latest technologies, solutions, and information.

Snack food: See the latest equipment and technologies, and hear the latest knowledge, to stay ahead of the curve.

Registration to attend will open in May 2021. Subscribe to the latest event updates here. For exhibitor information, visit foodpro.

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