The exhibition Meat-Tech (28-30 May 2024, Fiera Milano) will showcase a complete ecosystem of industry-leading processing and packaging technologies for the cold cuts, meat and ready meals sector along with ingredients, flavourings and spices. The show will focus in particular on complete meat processing plants featuring the latest filling machines, preparation lines, weighing, portioning, forming and extrusion systems, and dosing and cooking systems.
These versatile, high-performance production solutions meet the strictest food safety standards for meat products as well as innovative preparations for the vegetarian market. At this new edition of the show, industry professionals and innovative product development experts will have the opportunity to meet suppliers of technological solutions for both traditional and new protein-based products.
Parallel event Pro-Tech
This latter segment in particular will take centre stage at the new thematic exhibition Pro-Tech, which will complement the already extensive range of technology and solutions for meat processing and packaging that has always been exhibited at Meat-Tech, with a series of alternative ingredients and specific solutions for this emerging market.
Interview with Simone Castelli, CEO of Ipack Ima
Pro-Tech will be devoted entirely to new exhibition sectors such as fish, hard cheese, ready meals and pet food with a new focus on alternative proteins, plant-based foods, high protein foods and protein snacks.
Meat-Tech and the new Pro-Tech section are organised by Ipack Ima and will be held in the Fiera Milano exhibition centre from 28 to 30 May 2024. The events will anticipate technological and production trends and explore the ways in which innovation and sustainability represent a springboard for the industryâ€™s future development.
Source: Ipack Ima
More packaging news
Anyone who wants to make cosmetics packaging more sustainable faces hurdles. Kneipp tries to explore new avenues, materials and initiate a system change.
For the practice of electronics processing companies, a special label was developed by the Schreiner Group that also works with ESD containers.