Fi Europe & Ni 2017
The must attend event for food, beverage and ingredients professionals
Returning to Frankfurt, the world’s leading food and beverage ingredients show will be bigger than ever when it opens its doors on 28 November. With its new “Expo FoodTec Content Hub”, amongst other highlights, the event will attract more visitors than ever before.
Fi Europe & Ni 2017 is the must attend event on the calendar for virtually everybody who works in the food, beverage and ingredients industry. With a record number of exhibitors, a four-day conference programme focused on thought leadership and new sections and initiatives, organiser UBM EMEA expects the event to attract more visitors than ever before.
Four halls spanning 65,000 square metres of exhibition space will give more than 1,500 suppliers a stage from which to showcase every conceivable food and beverage ingredient sourced from all over the world, including a vast range of functional and organic raw ingredients. Traditionally, suppliers use the global industry’s leading event to introduce their innovations to the market. Exhibitors and visitors will also benefit from the new Expo FoodTec Content Hub in the Expo FoodTec pavilion, uniquely focused on ingredient processing and packaging solutions for the food & beverage industry.
The Expo FoodTec Content Hub is the hotspot where speaker sessions, presentations, and videos from leading experts and associations will offer priceless insights on new developments in F&B processing and ingredients packaging.
Flagship exhibitors will include global powerhouses such as ADM, BENEO, Brenntag, Cargill, DSM, FrieslandCampina, Gelita, Kerry, Naturex, Roquette and Symrise, as well as leading European food and beverage manufacturers such as Barry Callebaut and Lactalis. Visitors can also look forward to exploring niche suppliers with an immense number of exciting ingredients.
Fi Europe & Ni is FREE to attend when pre-registering online before the show. Early bird prices for the conference start at €450 for a one-day pass and €900 for a full access pass for the full four-day programme.
WHEN: 28-30 November
WHERE: Frankfurt, Germany