The next International Peanut Forum will be held at the Hilton Hotel, Athens, Greece during April 11-13, 2018.
The International Peanut Forum is a key networking and conference event held every two years. It is an ideal opportunity to network with the whole supply chain, from farmers, shellers, exporters, brokers, dealers, manufacturers, testing laboratories, equipment and other service suppliers from around the world. The theme of the 2018 conference is “Peanuts – the Protein for Tomorrow’s Champions”, and with session topics ranging from nutrition and allergy research to new product launches and supply & demand, the IPF has something for everyone. Whether you are a supplier, buyer, QA manager or in marketing, we encourage you to attend and find out what is impacting your market.
If you would like to promote your company/services to the world’s peanut industry, you might want to consider sponsoring, advertising or exhibiting at the 2018 IPF – the ONLY dedicated conference for the worldwide peanut industry. Gold, Silver & Bronze sponsorship plus other new opportunities are available and if you are interested please contact Louise McKerchar at email@example.com. If you wish to sign up to exhibit or take out advertising space, you will be able to do so during the registration process.
The 2016 IPF held in Madrid, Spain during April 13-15 was a great success, with record attendance levels of 350 delegates from 34 countries around the world. Held in the stylish NH Collection Eurobuilding Hotel, delegates were able to network at evening receptions and lunches and to hear a range of presentations from some excellent speakers on peanut nutrition, improving peanut traits, allergy research and managing food allergies in schools, the nut markets in Spain and China, sustainability, new product launches, social media marketing and the ever-popular supply and demand panel.
If you were not able to attend the 2016 Forum but would like to know more about it before deciding whether to sign up for the event in 2018, you can take a look at all the activities in the following video.