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International Dairy Show Has Answers for Future of Dairy Processing

Apr 03, 2013

The International Dairy Show, November 3-6 in Chicago, will have all the answers dairy professionals need to stay ahead of the competition and gain more market share.

How will you meet consumer demands next year?

See and hear firsthand about new marketing trends, ingredients and opportunities to create the products and packaging that consumers will crave. The International Dairy Show’s Exhibit Hall includes hundreds of suppliers who will be showcasing their technology, products and services in McCormick Place, alongside hundreds of suppliers from PROCESS EXPO. All Dairy Show attendees will have access to both exhibit halls and can see firsthand how these suppliers can help move you into a leadership position in the global marketplace.

Pavilions include suppliers focused on ingredients, seasonings and flavorings; food safety and traceability; sustainability, distribution and transportation; and an Innovations Showcase. You’ll find enough good ideas to keep you and your staff busy for the year.

What resources will you use to expand into emerging markets?

At the International Dairy Show, you’ll develop partnerships with others from across the value chain to get ideas and resources that will allow you to expand and grow. You’ll meet with international colleagues who can help you build a customer following in emerging markets.

The Dairy Show will also include networking events with suppliers and with colleagues from around the world. This is a great opportunity to form partnerships that can lead to global expansion and increased profits for your company—and theirs.

What will separate you from your competitors and increase your profits?

You’ll learn the latest food safety standards and nutritional trends so you and your staff can design measures to adapt and stay ahead of costly regulations. Everyone can learn critical new concepts from the education sessions on topics such as distribution and transportation, food safety and traceability, product development, sustainability, packaging trends and more. 

See the next generation of machinery in action—the technology your team will use to create new operational efficiencies and new kinds of packaging or ingredients that will differentiate your products.

Register today!

You know that to stay ahead of the market trends and expand your business you must adapt to new technology and consumer choices, develop partnerships abroad and involve the entire value chain. Bring your team to the 2013 International Dairy Show and they’ll get the knowledge and connections to make it all happen.

For more information, contact Robin Cornelison, IDFA trade show director, at rcornelison@idfa.org or visit www.dairyshow.com.

 
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