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International Dairy Show 2013

11/3/13 to 11/6/13
McCormick Place
Chicago, IL
United States
You asked for it.  We delivered. The International Dairy Show is back in Chicago and is bigger, and better than ever.  Moving back to a biennial format, dairy, food and beverage processors will see technology and innovations in formulation, processing, packaging, distribution, food safety, and more. Operations, research, and sales and marketing teams will attend to learn trends, cost-cutting innovations, and ways to deliver more value to customers. Enhanced programming, new on floor promotions, new dates, and a co-location with FPSA's PROCESS EXPO means this will be a revolutionary Dairy Show experience with so much more to offer. Plan now to attend.
 
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This show promises more attendees, more marketing and more business opportunities for you. The time and the co-location affords you the opportunities to get more bang for your buck and attend the best dairy-centric process and packaging show of the year. In addition, attendees are eager to meet with and see the latest advances in food safety, ingredients and flavorings, and transportation. To sum it up, this is a new and exciting event that will bring a broader base of food processing attendees to your booth.
 
Reserve your space now on the Dairy Show floor. Don't get lost in the crowd-make sure the Dairy Show attendees know you have expertise to partner with them and that you can deliver superior service within the Dairy market place.
 
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The new show format will give you more opportunity to see a wider array of technology for full-line food processors. Read more about the changes in the show's format and why you should attend.
 
Here's what some of the attendees had to say about previous International Dairy Shows:
 
"I got the opportunity to meet a wide range of vendors and see the newest technology."
-Mark Bunch, Sherwood Dairy
 
"The education session and signature session speakers were outstanding."
-Maurizio Bizzarri, Parmalat Canada Inc.
 
"I was able to put my hands on equipment, talk with the vendors and engineers about specific concerns and applications, and see what is new (to generate ideas) for improvements in my operation."
-Mike Melville, Publix Super Markets, Inc.

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