Health and Safety FAQ’s

What are the Health and Safety Guidelines?

Food Export – Midwest and Food Export – Northeast are committed to conducting events safely. In light of Covid-19 mitigation measures being relaxed by the CDC and federal/state governments, Food Export will no longer require proof of vaccination
or proof of a negative Covid19 test to attend an event.

Food Export continues to follow all federal, state, and local guidelines. Health and safety guidelines are based on emerging industry standards for in-person events and are subject to change based on local and/or venue requirements and current conditions.

Who do the health and safety guidelines apply to?

All attendees for a U.S. event are required to follow the health and safety guidelines. This includes all suppliers, buyers, Food Export staff, contractors, member state staff, sponsors, and other visitors.

What events do the health and safety guidelines apply to?


The health and safety guidelines apply to all in-person activities that take place in the U.S.

What other health and safety measures are in place at a Food Export event?

Food Export must follow federal, state, local and venue guidelines. Food Export encourages all participants to follow CDC advice in respect to vaccines and wearing of masks.

What if someone reports that they tested positive for COVID-19 after the event?

Food Export will not solicit participants for post-event information regarding their health. However, Food Export will let attendees know if it becomes aware that an attendee tested positive after the event. No individual names, company names or other
private information will be mentioned.