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World 30.01.2024

Registration is now open for the International Cheese & Dairy Expo!

Source: The DairyNews
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Join us at the forefront of dairy innovation! With over 60% of exhibition space already booked, now is the time to secure your spot at the International Cheese and Dairy Expo on 27 June 2024 at Staffordshire Showground, the organizers writes.
Registration is now open for the International Cheese & Dairy Expo!
Why Exhibit?

  • Targeted Exposure: Showcase your brand and products to industry professionals in the dairy processing sector.
  • Stay Informed: Keep pace with industry developments, gain insights into the latest trends, innovations, and emerging market opportunities.
  • Networking: Connect with key players in the industry and build valuable business relationships.
  • Innovation Showcase: Display advancements in technology, new processing techniques, and cutting-edge dairy products.
  • Convenience: Explore a diverse array of cheeses, dairy products, and innovative solutions all conveniently located under one roof.
  • Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to drive business growth, elevate your brand, and stay competitive in the dynamic world of dairy processing.

Secure Your Spot Today!

Visit our website to register and secure your place at the International Cheese and Dairy Expo. Take the first step toward unlocking new opportunities and ensuring the success of your business, the organizers writes.
Becky Smith
Becky Smith
Analyst (Livestock) AHDB
01.03.2024
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Keith Woodford
Keith Woodford
principal consultant at Agri food Systems Ltd.
28.02.2024
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