Process Expo The trade show will open it`s doors in October

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Photo: Process Expo 2019

Process Expo 2019 will be taking place on 8–11 October, 2019, at Chicago’s McCormick Place.

Processors gain a competitive advantage and increase their profits with the innovative technology on the show floor, where food processing and packaging experts demonstrate their machines and products. Both veterans and those new to food and beverage processing and packaging get training on food safety, trends, leadership, and more.

Food and beverage processors and packaging professionals from small to large companies across the globe attend the trade show. Attendees cover a range of food production and manufacturing responsibilities including CEO, owner, corporate management, sales and marketing, production, operations, sanitation, maintenance, research and development, quality assurance, engineering, chefs, contract manufacturers, and more. The attendees also represent a cross section of vertical markets in addition to manufacturers outside the food industry that can benefit from the machines, products, and safety issues covered at the fair.

The Butcher’s Guild will be joining the trade show not only as an exhibitor, the organization will participate in the show on a number of levels in an effort to raise awareness of its mission and address important topics pertaining to today’s meat industry.

An automated beef patty production line will be on display on the show floor. There will be live demonstrations of the line, three times daily to show attendees this automated process beginning with introduction of raw beef into the grinder, passing throw formation of the patties, interleaving and stacking of the patties, denesting of the packages and flex loading into sealed packages of four patties commonly found in today’s supermarkets.

Also a second meat production line that be on display and live demonstrations of this pepperoni line will be scheduled three times daily to walk attendees through the production process.

 

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