Pet Food Ingredients Buyers Mission at 2022 Pet Food Forum
Food Export Buyers Missions are Unique, Curated Experiences that Maximize Your Time and Investment
Food Export-Northeast will be conducting a Petfood Ingredient Buyers Mission at the 2022 Petfood Forum The
Petfood Forum group of conferences and exhibitions are unique and exclusive events serving the global pet food manufacturing industry. They deliver the opportunity to learn the latest research and innovative information on pet nutrition, global pet
food market growth, pet food safety, processing, packaging and much more—all from leading, recognized pet food industry experts.
Global retail pet food sales are expected to reach another record in 2020 as the trend away from table scraps continues in developing markets while consumers in more advanced markets shift to specialty and health-centered pet foods. This
is the perfect low-cost opportunity to meet qualified buyers from around the world in one place!
Register early as meeting slots are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Health and Safety Information
Food Export-Midwest and Food Export-Northeast are committed to conducting events safely. All attendees are required to follow the health and safety guidelines. These include providing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID19 test within 72 hours of each event, as well as completing a pre-event questionnaire. Health data will be managed by a third party and kept confidential. 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.
Our educational webinars provide up-to-date exporter intelligence regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with international buyers, and much more.
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