What's on at foodpro 2021
Now registration is open for foodpro 2021, let us delve into what to expect at this year’s event.
Hosted this year at Sydney Showground, foodpro promises to reunite and reconnect the industry, featuring a show floor of Australia’s top suppliers in food and beverage manufacturing.
foodpro will bring together manufacturing and processing decision makers and buyers for four days of collaboration, product launches, networking and new technology. foodpro is the only face-to-face industry event of its kind to be taking place in 2021, making this a unique opportunity to conduct business and bring all the expertise together in one place.
Event manager, Melissa Clendinen said: “This year’s event is more important than ever with our food industry being struck by major events such as the bushfires and the Coronavirus.
“What we do now really matters — not just for our own industry, but the health of the entire country.
“The return of foodpro and associated networking is a major turning point for our industry in creating a COVID-normal Australian economy and getting people back to doing business together.”
A COVIDSafe event
The foodpro team understand the importance of events to support business and economic growth, you can expect the show floor to look a little different to previous years.
foodpro is using a proven and fully government-compliant COVIDSafe event system, working with all stakeholders to ensure the delivery has a strong focus on ensuring the safety of exhibitors and attendees, adhering to all guidelines and restrictions.
This includes measures such as queue management and crowd control, digital signage, contract tracing and QR code scanning, rigorous cleaning and COVID marshals.
All the products in one place
Visitors this year can look forward to exploring a show floor dedicated to every step in the manufacturing process, from Traceability & Provenance, Logistics & Materials, Packaging Materials, Ingredients, Science & Technology and Plant Equipment.
foodpro exhibitors will be showcasing their latest innovations, cutting-edge technology and services to help the industry increase production efficiencies, cut costs and stay ahead of competition.
Learn from the experts
This year foodpro is excited to bring back the free Seminar Series, which is open to all attendees and takes place at the Schneider Electric Dome Theatre on the show floor.
The full program will be released very soon, you can expect to hear from the likes of Wiley, Tetra Pak, the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), CSIRO Agriculture & Food and many more leading industry experts discussing the latest trends and topics that matter to the manufacturing world.
This includes sessions on the future of food traceability, latest consumer trends, equipment design, COVID recovery practices and company creation. You can explore the full seminar program here.
foodpro is also partnering with the Annual Convention of the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) with the theme of this year’s conference being ‘Food Science — Delivering in a Challenging World’, you can register now to attend their full conference which runs across 26–27 July 2021, located just around the corner from foodpro at Novotel Sydney Olympic Park.
Looking to connect with buyers?
foodpro event organisers, Diversified Communications Australia, recently conducted research with their event visitor database and are pleased to share with you the results from previous foodpro attendees. Results show that 77% of attendees prefer a face-to-face event format, and a massive 94% of attendees class trade events as important to their business.
If you are interested in exhibiting at foodpro this year, simply get in touch with the foodpro team today and they will find the right package for your business.
Australia's national wine association has welcomed the government's decision to take...
Singapore grabbed the headlines as the first country to approve cultured meat. Who will be next...
SMEs are recovering well from a difficult year, and signs are pointing to a positive economic...