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15th Americas Food and Beverage Show, November 14-15, 2011
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EXHIBITION HALL ALREADY 87% SOLD
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|SAVE THE DATE…NOVEMBER 14 - 15, 2011
Over 7,000 food and beverage decision making buyers and experts will converge in Miami Beach, Florida for the 15th annual Americas Food and Beverage Show and Conference exhibition at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall A, November 14-15, 2011.
We are experiencing a surge in registration! Major executives from leading food and beverage corporations serving the Americas are rapidly registering to attend the 2011 trade show.
The USA and Brazilian Pavilions are now sold out!
|NEWS IN THE AMERICAS AND BEYOND
Your Industry Related News:
- Grocery shoppers want more than low prices
- U.S. Wine consumption continues to increase!
- Americans seek to improve health through food
- New beverage trends emerge in 2011
- Growth prospects for Omega-3 products remain positive!
- Functional foods provide more than just nutrition
- Natural/Organic sales continue growing!
Grocery shoppers want more than low prices
Progressive Grocer (August 9, 2011)
Despite the fragile economy, according to AlixPartners, 70 percent of consumers are making trips to the grocery store at least once per week and 50 percent plan to spend more on groceries in the coming year, with 39 percent expecting to spend the same amount.
U.S. wine consumption continues to increase!
Progressive Grocer (August 12, 2011)
According to the Beverage Information Group’s recently released 2011 Wine Handbook, overall wine consumption rose 2.1 percent to 303.1 million 9-liter cases in 2010.
Americans seek to improve health through food
Progressive Grocer (August 8, 2011)
The 2011 IFIC Functional Foods/Foods for Health Survey from the International Food Information Council (IFIC) has found that Americans often look to food to provide health benefits. Ninety percent of survey respondents can name at least one food and its associated nutritional benefit, while 76 percent said that functional foods, or foods that can promote health, can have a meaningful effect on their health when consumed.
New beverage trends emerge in 2011
Convenience Store News (August 11, 2011)
Consumers are turning more toward low-calorie or no-calorie drinks, such as vitamin-enhanced waters, according to the The Food Channel's Top 10 Beverage Trends for 2011. The Food Channel teamed up with CultureWaves and research firm Mintel International to present the results.
Growth prospects for Omega-3 products remain positive!
Packaged Facts (August 12, 2011)
Consumer demand for omega-3 products will continue to grow briskly over the 2011-2015 period!
Awareness of omega-3 fatty acids as among the most important nutrients for physical and mental health has reached critical mass, according to a new Packaged Facts report on “Omega-3: Global Product Trends and Opportunities”.
Functional foods provide more than just nutrition
USA TODAY (August 7, 2011)
Americans are much more aware of the health benefits of specific "functional" foods than they were a decade ago, reports a survey released today. When the International Food Information Council began its survey in 1998, "only about three-fourths of Americans could name a food and its related health benefits," says the group's Elizabeth Rahavi.
Natural/Organic sales continue growing!
Prepared Foods (August 9, 2011)
U.S. sales of natural/organic food and beverages grew 9%, to nearly $39 billion, compared to under 2% growth for non-organic grocery categories, according to a new report from CompaniesandMarkets.com.