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The premier event for ice cream and frozen dessert professionals and the only meeting that focuses specifically on innovations in frozen dessert research, technology and new market trends. Ice Cream Tech provides unique opportunities to learn from experts on food safety, labeling and regulations that affect the industry. The conference features networking opportunities, hands-on sessions and product tasting, including the annual Innovative Ice Cream Flavor Competition.
Because most dairy industry professionals come face to face with regulators only when an inspector knocks on their door, the Regulatory RoundUP provides the opportunity for dairy professionals to hear firsthand from the decision-makers and the regulation officials who have direct responsibility for the rules that affect dairy plants, products and personnel. The conference will help dairy professionals better understand the intent behind federal regulations, the parameters for compliance and how best to engage in the process to shape pending regulations.
The trade show partners of ProFood Tech – PACK EXPO, Anuga and IDFA – met at Dairy Forum to review the inaugural 2017 show, discuss progress for the 2019 show and invite feedback from IDFA members and other industry stakeholders. Neil Moran, IDFA senior vice president, outlined several keys to success for ProFood Tech 2019, starting with integrating the program sessions into the trade show floor to make them more accessible. The sessions will be brief, cover hot topics and engage attendees with an interactive format. “Driving success and growth for attendees and exhibitors is the goal for 2019,” Moran said.
Visit www.profoodtech.com to learn more and reserve booth space.
The dairy foods industry today directly employs nearly one million workers, pays $39.46 billion in wages and contributes more than $206.89 billion to the national economy, according to a powerful new economic impact tool commissioned by IDFA. To support its policy positions with members of Congress, the White House and federal regulators, IDFA is using the interactive economic impact tool to show the economic stimulus provided nationally and locally by dairy foods companies and their suppliers.