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14th INTERFOOD 2014 will open in Sept

SHANGHAI, Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Interfood 2014 will open from Sept. 25 to Sept. 27, 2014 at Intex Shanghai (No. 55 Loushanguan Rd).

Established in 1988 and in the market for over 20 years, it is the oldest food processing machinery exhibition in China. This show keeps its original aim to provide the most recent market information and technology communication and a unique platform for all companies in the industry for information communication and trading, and to help companies in the industry improve their production technology and innovate their technology to suit the trends in the industry. The exhibition has attracted companies from Germany, France, UK, Holland, Italy, Denmark, Belgium, Spain, America, Canada, Sweden, Austria, Korea, Japan, mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. All of them are going to present their best and newest technology and equipment.

During INTERFOOD 2014, the "Food processing and packaging industry development forum" is also going to provide a face-to-face communication bridge connecting companies in the industry, experts, and industry leaders to communicate industry policies, development trends, and product performance explanation and discussion. Technicians can discuss the actual problems they meet during the processing process and discuss solutions. It provides companies in the food processing industry and packing industry a good communication platform and helps develop the industry and technology.

INTERFOOD 2014 focuses on food processing & packing machinery, and is a professional trade show. Visitors can register online on our website: www.interfood.com.cn

Pre-registed visitors can visit the show with ease and get free gifts onsite at the show.

We look forward to your visit to INTERFOOD 2014.

Contact:

Angela Wan
+86-21-6295-2075
[email protected]

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