Veldhoven/Zeist, Monday 9 November 2020
In consultation with exhibitors, speakers and other organisations involved, Food Technology will be moved from the winter to the spring of 2021. The new date is June 16 & 17. A new location has also been chosen: the Brabanthallen in 's-Hertogenbosch.
The organizers of Food Technology 2021, knowledge and network organization Mikrocentrum and trade magazine EVMI have recently regularly polled the opinions and advice of (potential) exhibitors, speakers and other companies and institutions involved. The organization noticed that there was a need to reschedule the event, partly because of the developments and prospects surrounding the coronavirus. Potential exhibitors are enthusiastic about this new event but were hesitant to definitively register. Given the current situation, there are concerns whether it will be possible to organize a full-fledged trade fair with congress again in January. It is agreed that in June and on the wider exhibition location of the Brabanthallen a full event, corona trial can be organized.
Choice for the change of location
Safety for all people involved in Food Technology is paramount to the organization. In order to be able to offer all attendees at a sufficient distance, extra space is needed. Unfortunately, this extra space cannot be realized in the Koningshof, but it can be realized in the Brabanthallen, where, among other things, 5-meter wide aisles can be realized. This made the organization decide to organize Food Technology in 's-Hertogenbosch.
This is Food Technology 2021
What does the food system of the future look like? What role does technology play in this? Is it possible to produce more efficiently by predicting maintenance and downtime of food producing machines and thus be ahead of the curve? What alternatives to our current food products contribute to food security? The fact is that more than 9 billion people will need to be provided with food in 2050. In order to achieve this, it is important that the food industry also produces more efficiently, more effectively, more sustainably or even completely differently. Technological innovations play a key role in this. A complete overview and the latest developments on the way to the food chain of the future.
This offers Food Technology 2021
- Over 100 exhibitors
- Extensive congress program with side events
- 2,000 visitors
- Numerous technological innovations and live demos
- Meet & Match (international)
About the cooperation
Food Technology 2021 stems from the AgriFoodTech trade fair that Mikrocentrum organized in recent years. The last year EVMI (Alea Publishers) was responsible for part of the congress program. From the food industry, the organizers received more and more signals to make this fair more specific and to fully focus on food technology.
Exhibitor profile Food Technology 2021
Companies, organizations, educational and knowledge institutions that are involved in the following themes can profile themselves.
Factory of the future:
A.o: (Packaging) machines, machine building supply, sensors, robotics, vision, camera systems, photonics, drones, digitization, automation, software, ICT, big data, AI, IoT, visualization, cleaning, climate control and smart maintenance.
Sustainable and transparent chain:
Among others: blockchain, track & trace, labelling, fraud protection, distribution, transport, logistics, energy management, storage, cooling, packaging technology and vertical farming (LED lighting).
Among other things: food of the future, product development, ingredients, vegetable proteins, patents and food printing.
Including: hygiene, safety, certification, protective equipment, shelf life quality management and process control.
Among other things: laboratory research, laboratory technology, monitoring, lab automation, certification and analysis techniques.
Food Technology 2021 focuses on professionals working in the food industry. These are both engineers, technicians and managers responsible for the technical processes in the factory, as well as food technologists engaged in product development, quality management and research.
Dates: Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 June 2021
Opening hours: 09.30 - 17.00 hours
Location: Brabanthallen Den Bosch
Free entrance for visitors
More information: www.food-technology.nl