August 9, 2022

MEAT-TECH changes its date to October 2021

MEAT-TECH changes its date and will be held in person from 22nd to 26th October 2021 at Fiera Milano Rho exhibition center.

“The enduring of the pandemic and the uncertainty upon the distribution of the vaccine – states Rossano Bozzi, CEO of Ipack Ima srl – have led us to this decision taken to protect the safety of operators and that, I want to highlight, is in line with the needs of exhibitors and partners of our trade show MEAT-TECH”.

Once again confirmed the synergy with TUTTOFOOD for a unique project, that fosters the supply chain collaboration at an industrial level, creates connections, grasps new targets offering an all-around overview of the market.

The new date of MEAT-TECH will also offer interesting opportunities and starting points thanks to the context in which it will be held: the environment of HOST MILANO, leading international exhibition dedicated to the world of food service and hospitality, will be an additional opportunity for appeal capacity, international vision and product sectors coherence.

A 2021 edition, therefore, that for MEAT-TECH is going to be extraordinary but still characterized by its business orientation that the fair has in its DNA since the first edition in Milan.

Milan will return to be the stage of a renewed way to create networking with a not to be missed appointment from 22nd to 26th October 2021 that will mark the true restart for all the sectors involved.

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