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Meatup gears up

03 April 2017

Organisers of Meatup, the biennial UK meat and food industry trade exhibition, have announced that Reiser UK has made the decision to return to the event this year, joining other regulars such as Handtmann, Bizerba, Accles & Shelvoke, AHDB, Coolkit and Treif. 

This year the event will take place at the ArenaMK, Milton Keynes, on 24 and 25 May, offering visitors a new look and a new experience.

Emma Cash, show organiser said: “We are delighted that once again Reiser has chosen to support Meatup along with many other major players and I am sure many visitors will be delighted to hear this news. We are very positive about the new look Meatup and our new venue. We have seen a fantastic response from the industry so far.”

The 2017 show will also feature a free to attend seminar theatre which will host a variety of presentations over the two-day event, plus national craft competitions. The most up to date seminar details can be found on the show website, together with a pre-registration link to allow you to visit the event free.

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