foodpro opens this Sunday
If you haven’t already registered to attend foodpro you better do it here right now, as Australia’s largest trade event for the food and beverage processing industry opens at the ICC in Darling Harbour this Sunday at 11 am. Entry is free but pre-registering will get you in more quickly.
All of the latest technology and innovations in food processing, packaging, science and technology will be on display at the event and you will be able to come face to face with suppliers of cutting-edge processing, packaging and plant technology, as well as the latest in food science.
Each of the six zones at foodpro is dedicated to the various steps in the food manufacturing process: Ingredients, Food Science and Technology, Processing Equipment, Plant Equipment, Packaging and the new Supply Chain Integrity Zone.
A series of free seminars will give visitors the opportunity to hear from expert speakers on the latest trends in the industry, such as traceability, food safety and hygiene.
foodpro is co-located with the annual convention of the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology, where the latest thinking in food technology and processing will be discussed. It will be held at Sydney’s new International Convention Centre (ICC), Darling Harbour, from 16–19 July 2017.
Visitors should be aware that ICC Sydney’s exhibition space is split over two floors. Level 1 (Lower Exhibition Hall) will include these zones:
- Plant Equipment and Logistics
- Food Science and Technology
- Supply Chain Integrity Zone
- Central bar
Level 4 (Upper Exhibition Hall) includes these zones:
- Processing and Packaging Equipment and Technology
- Visitor registration
Seminars will be held on Level 3 and the entry hall is on Level 2. For more information, visit foodproexh.com/floorplan.
When: 16–19 July 2017
Hours: Sun: 11 am–5 pm; Mon and Tue: 10 am–5 pm; Wed: 10 am–3 pm
Where: International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour
foodpro is strictly a trade-only event. For more information, visit http://www.foodproexh.com.
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