Messe Frankfurt and The Association for Alternative Sources of Protein (BALPro) to cooperate for IFFA 2022
Messe Frankfurt and the Association for Alternative Sources of Protein (BALPro) have agreed a strategic cooperation agreement for IFFA 2022. The collaboration will focus on a specialist and technological exchange of knowledge about the new alternative proteins product segment at the fair.
It’s IFFA time: exhibitor registration now open
Exhibitor registration for IFFA 2022 in Frankfurt am Main from 14 to 19 May 2022 opened recently. New is the expansion of the world’s leading trade fair for the meat industry to include alternative proteins. Companies planning to exhibit can still benefit from the early-booking rate until 31 March 2021.
Appetite for more: IFFA 2022 expands its focus
In addition to its traditional focus on meat, IFFA will open up to alternative proteins from 2022. With the new sub-title, ‘Technology for Meat and Alternative Proteins’, the world’s leading trade fair for the sector will spotlight the rapid growth of meat alternatives and the manufacturing processes behind and thus offer the global food industry a platform for innovation and networking.
Messe Frankfurt and VNU Asia Pacific join forces to launch a new meat and food processing trade show for the South East Asian market
In a strategic expansion into the growing food technology sector, Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd and VNU Asia Pacific, announce a partnership to jointly organise ‘Meat Pro Asia’, a new trade show dedicated to meat and food processing and catering to the ASEAN region. The show will take place on a biennial basis in co-location with VIV Asia – the no.1 international trade show from Feed to Food in Asia. The inaugural edition will open its doors on 10-12 March 2021 at IMPACT, Bangkok - Thailand.
IFFA 2019 – where tradition meets high tech
For six days, IFFA – The No. 1 for the meat industry – showed how the sector can get fit for the future. From the smart meat factory, packaging trends and food safety, via clean labelling, to the growing expectations on meat quality, IFFA exhibitors provided answers to the demands of the meat-processing industry and the butchers’ trade. And this against the background of an excellent investment climate.
IFFA 2019 is the foremost impulse generator for the global meat industry
IFFA 2019 is opening its doors in Frankfurt am Main with 1,039 exhibitors from 49 countries, including all market leaders, and significantly more exhibition space. The global meat industry meets at its leading trade fair for six days. The sector anticipates growth impulses against a positive economic background.
IFFA 2019: All market leaders on board!
Leading companies present their latest products, at IFFA – The No. 1 for the meat industry. The focus is on solutions for the safe, efficient and economic production of meat and meat foodstuffs. Suppliers of all sizes present a comprehensive spectrum of products for companies from big to small, from industrial meat-processing operations to individual butchers.
IFFA 2019: Ways to greater sustainability in the meat industry
Sustainability in terms of resource usage and the employment of energy-efficient processes along the entire value chain is one of the foremost challenges of our time. And this applies to the meat-processing industry, too. Intelligent control and automation technology, energy-saving drive systems, compressors, ventilators and pumps rank among the classic solutions for improving energy and resource efficiency.
IFFA 2019: Trends in ingredients, additives, skins and casings
Technologically effective additives are used in the manufacture of both traditional meat products and of new forms of substitute products. From the point of view of the consumer, there is much discussion of calories, fat and cooking salt substitutes and we are seeing a paradigm shift unfolding, from ‘faster, cheaper and more’ to higher quality and a greater awareness of food.
IFFA 2019 – Hot Topic: Food Safety Technologies for Safer Food
From 4 to 9 May 2019, leading international companies will be presenting their latest technologies at IFFA and providing information about the most important trends and developments in the meat-processing industry. Of central importance are, above all, solutions designed to ensure greater food safety.
IFFA 2019 - Digitalisation for the trade
At IFFA in Frankfurt am Main, butchers and meat processing professionals will be able to learn more about the way in which traditional and future practices will collaborate in their trade from 4 to 9 May. The digital revolution and the wide range of possibilities that go with it open up new potential and plenty of opportunities for the artisan butcher. IFFA 2019 offers important insights into these new areas and applications in the meat industry.
Numerous events at IFFA reveal the latest trends of the sector
Expert lectures, live demonstrations, product competitions and Discovery Tours – the IFFA programme of events communicates specialist knowledge, inspires through best-practice examples and presents the latest consumer trends and technical solutions.
The new IFFA
A new look for IFFA 2019: Messe Frankfurt has made large investments in the Exhibition Centre and its infrastructure to ensure a positive trade-fair experience. Exhibitors and visitors can look forward to a new exhibition hall, improved orientation, shorter walking distances and ultra-modern services.
IFFA 2019 - optimised production thanks to digitalisation
Optimising production processes is increasingly based on digitalisation and interlinked networks. The objective is to increase security of production and optimise the use of the machinery, to work in ways that are more energy-efficient and to be able to react more flexibly to changes in the market.
Messe Frankfurt and Food Processing Suppliers Association look ahead to successful exhibitions in 2019
Messe Frankfurt and The Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA) today announced the renewal of their strategic marketing alliance formed in 2016 in support of each organization’s trade show exhibition which are both leaders in the food processing sector. Both organizations will host their flagship exhibitions in 2019 with high expectations for successful events.
IFFA 2019 – focus on packaging
Packaging for foodstuffs, especially perishable products such as meat and sausages, calls for the highest standards in terms of packaging materials, machines and systems. In addition to traditional purposes, such as protection, transport, storage, handling and information, packaging must also provide for food safety, hygiene, waste prevention, sustainability, resource efficiency and traceability.
“If you don’t move with the times…“ – Food trends at IFFA 2019
The butcher’s trade, if it is to be successful, must represent both tradition and contemporary developments. The best recipe is a mixture of clear expertise in meat and sausage products, technological background and new ideas. Sharpening a vision for the future and optimising what is already there – such is the invitation of the IFFA, from 4 to 9 May 2019. It will feature a comprehensive overview, showcase major trends, and offer every amount of inspiration and of specialist exchange of ideas.
IFFA 2019: The meat-industry summit meeting
A new exhibition hall, an optimised layout, more exhibition space and registrations from all market leaders – these are the positive auguries for IFFA 2019. The industry is demonstrating a strong commitment to its leading global trade fair and will make its presentation on substantially more exhibition space than at the last edition of the fair. Under the motto ‘Meet the Best’, IFFA will once again set the technological benchmarks for the future and show the entire spectrum of products and services for the meat sector – from manufacturing to high-tech.
IFFA 2019: leading companies in the meat industry to attend
There is still a year to go before the leading world trade fair for the meat industry, but all the world market leaders have already signed up for IFFA, to be held from 4 to 9 May 2019 in Frankfurt am Main. With the opening of the new Exhibition Hall 12 and the improved layout at the Exhibition Centre, IFFA will now be bigger, more modern and more compact.