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Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention

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Date: February 21 - 22, 2018
Location: Niagara Falls, ON

The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention is an annual gathering of horticultural crop producers, primarily involved in the production of fruits and vegetables, from across Ontario. The 2-day convention is located at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and features a great lineup of horticultural experts, topical sessions, close to 200 exhibitors and great networking opportunities.

Hear from and network with producers, suppliers and industry experts from across Ontario, Canada, and the US. Learn about new developments, upgrade your knowledge and see what’s new and exciting in the industry. Now entering its 13th year, discover for yourself why OFVC is called Canada's Premier Horticultural Event. 

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Food Processing Expo

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Date: February 21 - 22, 2018
Location: Sacramento, CA

California's Largest Food Processing Tradeshow

With more than 250 exhibitors and 2000 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.

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Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference (ABLC)

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Date: February 28 - March 2, 2018
Location: Washington DC

ABLC is the largest gathering of advanced bioeconomy senior leadership — focusing on advanced low carbon fuels, chemicals, and materials, advanced foods, seed and trait development, crop & soil technology, drones & robotics, and waste mitigation.

What happens at ABLC? Companies coming out of stealth, product and project milestone announcements, key policy movements, media coverage of all of the above; tons of networking re: finance, public-private partnerships, policy, award ceremonies, and a real array of new products and technologies are showcased both on stage and via BioChannel TV.

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