foodpro 2014: standing behind local food manufacturing and processing
Four days. One location. Over 300 exhibitors and 8,500 visitors.
Coming to Melbourne for the very first time, foodpro has been standing behind the Australian food manufacturing and processing industry since the 1960s.
As one of the longest running trade shows in Australia, foodpro is an iconic event that has established a reputation for bringing the whole industry together to turn good businesses into great businesses.
foodpro: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. 22 - 25 June 2014.
Held once every three years, foodpro is an opportunity to meet face-to-face with specialist suppliers and compare an extensive range of ingredients, packaging solutions, as well as food processing machinery and technology all in one location.
In 2014, the show will feature 300 exhibitors representing hundreds of manufacturers from around the world, and will attract over 8,500 qualified visitors.
For four days, foodpro will bring together the food processing and manufacturing industry to do business face-to-face. With the latest global innovations, trends and technology on show, there are plenty of opportunities to learn better ways to do what you do best. Find out what you can discover at foodpro 2014, with the following key zones on the show floor.
foodpro is the event to find out about the latest global innovations and trends to help remain ahead of your competition, by decreasing operating costs and increasing efficiencies.
Be sure not to miss this event as it won't be back for another three years.
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