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SIAL Canada: International Food & Beverage Tradeshow

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SIAL Canada: International Food & Beverage Tradeshow

Time: April 28, 2015 to April 30, 2015
Location: Direct Energy Centre in Toronto
Website or Map: https://sial.expoplanner.com/…
Event Type: international, food, &, beverage, tradeshow
Organized By: SIAL Canada 2015
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2015

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SIAL Canada 2015 will be the country's most important agri-food industry event. SIAL Canada is the only event of its size in the country, bringing together more than 800 national and international exhibitors from 45 countries, all while welcoming more than 14,000 buyers from Canada, the United States and 64 other countries.

In addition, SIAL Canada is the only domestic show offering up a complete range of food products, all under the same roof, and in so doing, meeting the needs of your clients – whether they're in retail, foodservice or food processing – that are on the lookout for new innovative, specialty, ethnic or regional products… from right here, or from across the globe.

Expected in 2015:

  • 14,000 professional visitors
  • 800 exhibitors from 45 countries, including Canada
  • 240,000 sq/ft of exhibiting space (+ 10% compared to 2013 in Toronto)

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