Food Ingredients Europe continues to grow

Fi Europe 2007, the bi-annual gathering of food-ingredients manufacturers, suppliers, scientists, technologists and food-ingredients buyers, will feature more than 1,000 exhibitors from 100 countries displaying a diverse array of international food ingredients, manufacturing products and services. The expo, happening this year over three days in London, is expected to draw some 23,000 food-industry professionals, 15 per cent more than attended the most recent show in 2005.

The Natural Ingredients Exposition and Conference, co-located with Fi Europe 2007, is a self-standing event showcasing cosmetics, personal-care items, food, medical remedies and nutraceuticals. FiPSS (Food ingredients Processing, Safety and Services) will provide a platform for food-safety products and services. Logistics, research-equipment and consultancy companies will be on hand to meet and develop relationships with suppliers and manufacturers looking for ways to comply with the latest market requirements and regulations.

Numerous pavilions will provide a focus for special interests, including the Bretagne, Canada, CBI, China, Egypt, Germany, Ireland, Organic, Spain, USA and Malaysia pavilions.

FI EUROPE 2007 / NI 2007
30 Oct – 1 Nov
ExCel London
London, United Kingdom
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+ 31 346 559 444
As in previous expos, Fi Europe 2007 will host the award for “The Best Innovation in Food Ingredients 2007,” highlighting the food ingredients launched in the industry in the last two years. The award recognises companies, research institutes or universities that delivered both innovation and quality to the manufacture and development of food ingredients. In addition, select exhibitors will hold educational presentations about their innovations, developments and news. The showcases are free for all attendees, exhibitors and press, and run throughout the duration of the event.

It all takes place in ExCeL London, in the capital city?s thriving Docklands area, which is within easy reach of London?s four airports.

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