Time: July 16-19,2020
Location: Sydney, Australia
Foodpro international food processing expo Sydney, Australia and the conference of the Australian food technology association.This exhibition is the most famous food machinery exhibition in the asia-pacific region. It is held every three years with an exhibition area of over 30,000 square meters. It is the largest, most influential and most professional food machinery industry event ever held in Australia.
At present, the development of the food industry is still highly dependent on new technologies. It shows the users of the application industry the complete set of services related to the food, food, medical new products, innovative solutions and the processing and packaging industry, and the food processing industry is the key to the development of the whole food industry.
Foodpro Australia Sydney international food processing exhibition is the best platform for enterprises to understand the latest food industry technology and future research and development direction, and also a valuable opportunity for Chinese enterprises to go global, recommend themselves, display products, participate in international competition and explore the Australian market.
In 2020, the exhibition will provide you with the most professional presentation on a larger scale: various information from manufacturing process to final packaging products, development trend of packaging industry and food processing industry, and professional solutions to the challenges of product innovation and processing and packaging to fully meet your different needs.
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