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2019 Global Summit Plant Powered Menus

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2019 Global Summit Plant Powered Menus

Time: November 12, 2019 to November 13, 2019
Location: Toronto’s Scotiabank Theatre
Street: 259 Richmond St W
City/Town: Toronto, Canada
Website or Map: http://www.plantpoweredsummit…
Event Type: summit
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Oct 22

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The world’s first Global Summit Plant Powered Menus to take place this November in Toronto.

The summit is a gathering of 250 food service leaders (mostly multi-unit operators), innovative plant-powered suppliers and global experts from Europe and across North America.

The summit kicks-off November 12th at 4:30pm with a trends and global supply chain discussion at Toronto’s Scotiabank Theatre, followed by a VIP reception at The Fifth Social Club. The conversation continues November 13th at The Globe and Mail Centre for a full-day of additional learning, connecting and tasting innovative new products!

Who’s going? senior executives, food & beverage directors, culinary directors, executive & corporate chefs, buyers, menu and product developers, marketers, dietitians, nutritionists, CSR managers, supply chain experts as well as food entrepreneurs, farm organizations, trade media and other invited guests.

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More details and registration are available via www.plantpoweredsummit.com. Earlyish Bird Pricing is available until October 15th

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