Food Waste Recycling World Collocates with Atlanta Foodservice Expo

April 8, 2013

Food Waste Recycling World will be collocated alongside Clarion Event North America's Atlanta Foodservice Expo Oct. 20-22 at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center.

“Our goal is to provide a forum with Food Waste Recycling World that will provide solutions and better practices for the reduction of food waste,” said Peter Johnson, owner of SEMCO Productions.

He added, “We are excited about the potential to advance the food waste conversation through the collaboration of the major food supply chain that will be on hand at the Atlanta Foodservice Expo.”

Food Waste Recycling World will provide the food service community, haulers, composters and other interested parties with practical strategies for the management of food waste – covering reduction, separation/collection and new technologies in composting.

“We are very pleased to be having another group partner with us to offer even more value and resources to our attendees this October in Atlanta,” said David Audrain, president and CEO of Clarion Events NA, a division of U.K.-based Clarion Events.

He added, “The Food Waste Recycling component is an excellent addition to the Atlanta Foodservice Expo mission of providing all possible resources to the restaurant and foodservice operators within the Southeast.”

Food Waste Recycling World is the second event announced that will be collocated with the Atlanta Foodservice Expo, along with World Tea East.

Clarion Events North America has been very busy recently.

Besides announcing the launch of the Atlanta Foodservice Expo and the two existing events that will be collocated with it, the company also launched ExpoProduccion Feb. 6-8 at the World Trade Center in Mexico City and was awarded the Sea-Air-Space Exposition contract.

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