MeatEx Canada, as the only specialized trade fair dedicated to the meat industry in Toronto, is offering up a complete range of meat products, meat-related machinery, equipment and technology, which meet the following needs: MEAT PRODUCING, MEAT PROCESSING, MEAT RETAILING, MEAT SERVICE
Today we’re announcing the postponement of MeatEx Canada 2020. The 1th edition, which was scheduled to take place from 23 - 25 July will now take place from 4 – 6 February 2021 at the Enercare Exhibition Centre.
The postponement comes amid ongoing international uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic which is sweeping the world, with containment measures restricting borders and affecting economies on the whole. After listening to concerns from our exhibitors, associations, and visitors, and we sympathies and understand that the current situation would limit the ability of many stakeholders to plan for the show at its original dates in July.
AT MeatEx Canada, thanks to our clear vision and well-defined strategies, everything revolves around the most valuable of all foodstuffs: MEAT. For three days, the most important ways the meat industry is moving into the future will be highlighted in this exhibition.
MeatEx is the confluence of industry and product. The whole chain of production, packaging, distribution, warehousing, and sales of red meat, poultry, seafood, and processed meat products will be presented in this fair. From high tech processing facilities to the newest packaging trends and food safety to the growing expectations of meat quality, the exhibitors will be showcasing innovative solutions to the demands of the meat-processing industry and the butchers’ trade.
Canada's slaughtering and meat-processing sector comprises livestock slaughter and carcass dressing, secondary processors that manufacture and package meat products for retail sale, and purveyors that prepare portion-ready cuts for hotel, restaurant and institutional food service. Products include fresh, chilled or frozen meats and edible offal (i.e. organ meats); cured meats; fresh and cooked sausage; canned meat preparations; animal oils and fats; and products such as bone and meat meal. Meat processing is one of Canada's largest single manufacturing industries and the largest employer in the food-manufacturing group. It was among the earliest food industries to develop mass production technologies geared toward international markets.
This exhibition will be the foremost innovation platform to bring together all key international players from the meat industry, retail trade and butcher's trade in Toronto.
For more information, visit www.MeatExCanada.com