CALIFORNIA'S LARGEST FOOD PROCESSING TRADESHOW
With more than 200 exhibitors and 1800 attendees, Food Processing Expo is the largest tradeshow in California devoted exclusively to food processing. The purpose of the Expo is to bring the industry together by offering a tradeshow floor with exhibits featuring machinery, equipment, supplies, services and other vendors with innovative products for the industry.
In addition to the exhibits, the Expo includes numerous informative sessions and networking events that ensure there is something of interest for everyone in the food processing industry.
Are you looking to expand your understanding of sanitatin, environmental compliance, food safety, trends & more?
Where else can you visit with over 200 exhibiting companies featuring the latest in food processing equipment, supplies, services and technology, all in one location?
Food Processing Expo, CLFP's annual tradeshow held in Sacramento, is the largest tradeshow in California devoted exclusively to food processing. Key decision makers from California and numerous other states and several international countries attend the event. The purpose of the Expo is to bring the industry together by offering a tradeshow floor with over 200 exhibits featuring machinery, equipment, supplies, services and other vendors with innovative products for the industry.
Who Should Exhibit?
Industry suppliers interested in opportunities to:
Influence the buying power of food processor representatives
Expand client base and company sales
Unveil new technology, machinery and equipment
Showcase valuable services and supplies
Gather together and connect with key decision makers and industry representatives
CLFP is devoted primarily to furthering the interests of the food processing industry before the State Legislature and regulatory agencies, and is also a major representative for the California industry at the Federal level. CLFP's purpose is to foster a favorable environment for the growth and strength of the industry within the state. In doing so, California processors can continue to provide consumers with safe and wholesome food produced in an environmentally sound and responsible manner.