Free From Food & Health Ingredients Amsterdam

Duration:21 Nov 2023 - 22 Nov 2023
Event:Free From Food & Health Ingredients Amsterdam
Location:RAI Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Organizer:Expo Business Communications
Event Details:

The 11th edition of the Free From Food Expo will take place on 21-22 November 2023 in RAI Amsterdam. This yearly European event promises to be the most focused, dynamic, and exciting Free From Food edition yet!

This trendy retail & food service trade fair is leading in providing insight into the most important food lifestyle trends as well as what will be on the shelves five years from now. During Free From Amsterdam 2023, hundreds of international manufacturers and brands within the food & beverage industry will present their newest product innovations. Relevant products that are ready to be placed on the supermarket and foodservice shelves, as well as on the menus within the catering & hospitality industry. Throughout the Free From Expo & Conference Amsterdam 2023, thousands of food professionals will visit more than three hundred exhibitors within two days. Additionally, more than sixty international and local keynote speakers will answer questions such as: What does the consumer want? What products connect to this and which parties can make these products? The trade show provides speed and efficiency in developing the right products and a shelf fill that actually meets the demand of the increasingly conscious consumer.

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