25-28 Jul 2021
Sydney Showground

Back to business at foodpro ✔

Apr 23, 2021 foodpro News

For over 30 years Diversified Communications Australia has been bringing people together to create platforms for businesses to connect and innovate.

We’re excited to see our events return in 2021, as we know they play an important role in driving industries forward, and with four years since the previous event, we can’t wait to welcome you back to foodpro this year!  Although the event may look a little different than normal, foodpro remains Australia’s leading food production event where big business takes place.

We’re working closely with our venues, partners, government officials and exhibitors to ensure we provide the safest and more innovative attendee experience in a more controlled and COVIDSafe environment. You can read more about the event safety guidelines in place.

Earlier this month we were able to put our COVIDSafe plans into practice with the successful return to live events at AOG Energy 2021. To get you excited about the upcoming foodpro event, here is a sneak peek at what our new COVIDSafe events looks like using new technology and innovation.

 

Ready to exhibit?

Meet with key decision-makers and buyers across a wide range of sectors including; Meat & Seafood, Bakery, Ingredients, Packaged Food, Beverages and much more.

This is unique industry opportunity to meet face-to-face with clients and showcase your products and brands by exhibiting at foodpro. Contact our sales team today to explore your options and find the package for your business.

Want to visit?

Visitor registration will be open in May, each attendee must register online prior to attending to ensure contact tracing. In the meantime, you can subscribe to event updates which will ensure you receive an email when registration is open.

We can’t wait to see everyone back at foodpro, 25-28 July 2021, at Sydney Showground, to once again reunite the industry and redefine what the future of food looks like.
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