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Meatup - where the meat industry gets together

12 March 2017

Meatup, the biennial meat and food exhibition, will take place from 24 – 25 May at a new and modern venue, ArenaMK in Milton Keynes. 

What hasn’t changed is that the event organisers will be offering a free bacon butty breakfast to visitors on both days of the event, sponsored by Lucas Ingredients!

The event provides a commercial networking forum for the meat industry. It will play host to meat wholesalers, as well as equipment and machinery suppliers, ingredients, packaging and a variety of other sundries aimed at the sector. In addition to viewing the latest innovations and products on show, the event will also have a packed seminar schedule which is free for visitors to attend. These will cover legal issues, and food safety challenges for exporters. It will also look at the implications of Brexit for the sector and the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance and its impact

The event provides a commercial networking forum for the meat industry. It will play host to meat wholesalers, as well as equipment and machinery suppliers, ingredients, packaging and a variety of other sundries aimed at the sector. In addition to viewing the latest innovations and products on show, the event will also have a packed seminar schedule which is free for visitors to attend. These will cover legal issues, and food safety challenges for exporters. It will also look at the implications of Brexit for the sector and the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance and its impact of the food sector. This edition of Food Processing includes a

Register online to attend for free at www.meatup.co.uk


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