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Foodex event is back in 2018

06 November 2017

Taking place from 16-18 April 2018 at the NEC, Birmingham, the biennial Foodex event will explore food industry trends and topics that are driving the sector forward as well as showcasing the latest products and services to improve operational efficiency across all areas of food production. 

As well as providing the opportunity for buyers to connect with potential suppliers, Foodex also offers a programme of interactive events, discussions and debates. 

A Sustainability Zone has been created for businesses keen to reduce their environmental impact.  Other features at the 2018 show will include The National Meat Products and The Premier Young Butcher competitions. The National Meat Products Competition, hosted by the National Federation of Meat & Food Traders (NFMFT).

“Foodex brings all corners of the industry under one roof to provoke in-depth discussion and foster new business relationships between key decision makers and leading suppliers. With almost all our floor space already booked, we’re gearing up to make the 2018 event our biggest and best yet,” said Dan Dixon, event sales director.
 
Foodex is co-located with Food & Drink Expo, National Convenience Show, Farm Shop & Deli Show, as well as The Ingredients Show, which has been added for the 2018 event. 

To register your interest in visiting Foodex at the NEC, please visit www.foodex.co.uk/


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