2018 Annual NW Food Processors Expo & Conference

2018-01-08 - 2018-01-10
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Northwest Food & Beverage World (formerly Northwest Food Processors Manufacturing Expo & Conference) is the marquee event for NWFPA. This regional show has a national impact on the food and beverage manufacturing industry. Coupled with a strong educational track, the 200,000 square foot exhibit floor showcases cutting edge technology, production line equipment fundamental to the success of your line, leaders in packaging, hygiene and construction.
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Held annually in Portland, Oregon, Northwest Food & Beverage World is the largest regional trade show in North America. This regional food & beverage show has NATIONAL impact on the industry, bringing together key decision makers and premier service & product providers for 2 1/2 days of networking, education, sales and growth. With a growing cottage food and beverage industry in the Northwest, NWFPA has also changed the show to reflect a marketplace for these industrious companies. Taste of the Northwest, a key aspect of the trade show floor has grown exponentially over the last 3 years. Today we offer booth space to 100 food & beverage makers, giving them access to an untapped market to sell their products. These companies also are given the opportunity to meet and work with food buyers, marketers, service providers and potential partners.
Exhibitor information
Planning on exhibiting? Check out the floor plan - 50% full and going fast. Make sure you buy your booth today and secure your favorite location. View the floor plan and buy your booth now. Questions? Call Kurt Vetsch at 503-327-2246

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