Bakery Congress 2017

Canada's national baking industry trade show & conference
Date
2017-04-23 - 2017-04-24
Exhibitors
250
Floor Size
50000
Attendees
2500
Event contact title
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Event contact first name
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Event contact last name
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Email
info@baking.ca
Event contact telephone number
1-888-674-BAKE (2253)
Notes
A highly qualified food industry audience with authority, influence and most importantly buying power - over 75% of the past attendees/delegates had a role in the purchasing decisions for their company.
Description
To keep your business successful it’s important to stay on top of what is happening in the baking industry. Bakery Congress 2017 provides a host of opportunities to source new suppliers, connect with current suppliers, as well as discover new trends and products. With almost 50,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, the trade show floor is the place to see the products in action and meet the people behind them. For two days you will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with the people who truly understand your business. Visit the trade show floor to see unlimited possibilities in baking ingredients, equipment, services, technology, packaging and baked goods (fresh, proof & bake, par-baked, freezer to oven, thaw & serve) and much, much more!
Attendee information
Wholesale & commercial bakeries (intermediate and large volume), retail bakeries (independent & franchise), patisseries, grocery chains / mass market / supermarket in-store bakery, c-stores, foodservice establishments (restaurants, cafes, hotels, caterers), specialty bakers, brokers, baking profession schools, consultants, government buyers, local and international trade missions
Exhibitor information
Companies that manufacture, market, distribute, brokerage, baking ingredients, baked products (fresh, proof & bake, par-baked, freezer-to-oven, thaw & serve) baking equipment, packaging, supplies, technology and services.

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