April 16, 2021

FFFHI & FFP rescheduled to Nov

The organizers of the Free From Functional & Health Ingredients (FFFHI) and Free From Packaging (FFP) have confirmed today that the events, which were planned to take place at the RAI Amsterdam in June, will be rescheduled to 23-24 November 2021.

Speaking about the announcement, Ronald Holman, Event Director, said: “Given the expected positive COVID-19, health and travel situation forecasts after June, we decided to reschedule the show to 23-24 November 2021. We believe in providing a quality exhibition for our exhibitors and visitors that would reach the standards as required”.
“We understand that Free From Functional & Health Ingredients is an important event in the Free From community and we want to extend our thanks for the support and commitment from our exhibitors, pavilion organisers and sponsors. We look forward to welcoming you to the RAI Amsterdam this November to create a great event that offers
value for both our exhibitors and attendees.”


The Free From Retail and FS trade event is Europe’s leading platform for the dynamic free from industries and covers Vegan, Free From, Plant-Based, Organic, Healthy Food Products, Trendy Food Replacements and Ingredient Solutions.
Reflecting one of the food and drink industry’s most dynamic sectors, FFFHI and FFP will return in November to showcase pioneering developments across these five distinct product categories including Free From, Vegan, Plant-Based, Organic, Healthy and Ingredients.


Bringing together more than 6,500 high calibre professionals from more than 63 countries, FFFHI offers the perfect platform to establish and grow business relationships, with a range of networking opportunities available including International Matchmaking and Expert roundtables.

The exhibition runs in conjunction with Free From Packaging which aims to service the food, pharma, cosmetics, and luxury markets. This dedicated event focuses on the requirement for sustainable packaging and the latest developments within this arena, making this the industry’s most comprehensive Free From focused event.

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