Registering for the inaugural ProFood Tech (Apr. 4-6, 2017; McCormick Place, Chicago) will give you more than access to the comprehensive food and beverage show. Powered by three of the world’s trade show leaders – PACK EXPO, Anuga and the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) – this biennial show is sure to bring the industry together and address the key issues facing food and beverage processing operators in North America.
ProFood Tech features robust educational programming. The ProFood Tech Learning Hub features free Innovation Stage and Regulatory Matters sessions. IDFA is leading a strong conference program and pre-conference workshops.
Each 30-minute Innovation Stage session at ProFood Tech focuses on fresh looks at breakthrough technologies, innovative applications and proven techniques. Attendees have the opportunity to learn from industry experts on topics such as hygienic operations, improving sustainability, advanced spray technologies and using robotic automation to fill labor shortage.
Additionally, as part of the ProFood Tech Learning Hub, ProFood Tech will feature Regulatory Matters where expert speakers will present on key issues such as the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), recall avoidance, cGMPs, conducting internal audits, traceability, documentation, food safety management, sanitary plant/equipment design and much more. These complimentary 30-minute sessions will present an opportunity to discuss these key regulatory challenges with experts and peers following each session.
The ProFood Tech Conference Program offers a wide-range of educational experiences to engage, inform and inspire you. Each day starts with a big-picture keynote address by an influential leader, followed by a wide selection of concurrent sessions. Several sessions feature groundbreaking research about consumers, the impact of developing innovative products and how consumers influence product development. The Master series features provocative discussions about current product trends and Tech Talk sessions present new ways to improve efficiency and operations.
Committed to providing food and beverage processors unparalleled opportunities to acquire new information about consumers and what they want; the ProFood Tech Conference Program features an entire track of sessions devoted specifically to consumer trends and marketing.
For more information and to register, visit www.profoodtech.com.