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Show Preview Worldwide welcome IFFA 2013 invites members of the international meat-processing industry to Frankfurt I FFA is the world’s leading trade fair for the meat-pro- man of the Meat Processing Machines Department of the cessing industry featuring the latest technologies and Federation of German Machine and Plant Manufacturers, solutions for slaughtering, processing, weighing, packag- and member of the IFFA Advisory Council. “Our custom- ing, conveying, cooling, storing, transporting and selling, ers were very impressed by the breadth of the spectrum to as well as spices and additives for meat and sausage prod- be seen, as well as the large variety of new products for au- ucts. The triennial show will take place from May 4 to 9 tomation, hygiene, at the Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre in Frankfurt, process documen- Germany. More than 58,000 visitors from 130 countries tation and trace- attended IFFA 2010 to see the products and services on ability. IFFA has display by 949 exhibiting companies on the 1 million-sq.- impressively dem- May 4-9 / Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Center ft. tradeshow floor. While overall attendance was down onstrated its posi- Registration hours: from 61,328 in 2007, the number of trade visitors from tion as the leading May 4-8, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. outside Germany increased from 47 to 50 percent. international trade May 9, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. “IFFA is the unchallenged leading trade fair for the sec- fair and the fore- Admission tor, worldwide.” said Detlef Braun, board of management most event for the One day ticket: of Messe Frankfurt, tradeshow organizers. “An increase sector.” - Online, in advance – €18 ($24) 2013 of 5 percent in the number of exhibitors, more exhibition space sold and, at 59 percent, a higher proportion of in- tor nations to the - Reduced charge for students: €9 ($12) ternational visitors than ever before provide impressive 2010 show includ- Show pass (all days): confi rmation of the great importance of IFFA, especially ed Germany, Rus- - Online, in advance – €35 ($46) in times of economic difficulty.” sia, Italy, Spain, - At the door – €40 ($52) Poland, The Neth- Online tickets: 2010 success erlands, Austria, “IFFA 2010 has more than fulfi lled our expectations. We Switzerland, the Advance tickets can be used as a travel are very pleased with the number and, in particular, the US, Belgium and voucher for free use of public transport with quality of trade visitors,” said Berthold Gassmann, chair- 74 The top visi- Australia. Rhine-Main Transport Association (RMV) • Meat&Poultry • March 2013 • - At the door – €20 ($26)

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Meat&Poultry - March 2013

Meat&Poultry - March 2013
Table of Contents
Commentary - Food-safety déjà vu
Business Notes - Vilsack details sequester impact on meat industry
More horse meat detected in European products
Smithfield, Kansas City Sausage form jv
Tyson addresses plant closure, acquisitions
Sanderson to build poultry complex in Texas
USDA expected to OK horse-slaughter plant
Washington - Consequences of inspection cuts
Top 100 - This year's Top 100 ranking reflects the industry's evolution during challenging times
Corporate Citizenship - Sustainability-driven
Small Business Matters - Aiming to please
Ingredient Solutions - Accent on adventure
Pork Processing - Hog ties
Tools of the Trade - Cool Birds
Packaging Solutions - MAP mindsets
Show Preview - Worldwide welcome
From the Corral - Slow and steady improvements
Names in the News
New Product Showcase
Classified Advertising
The Insider

Meat&Poultry - March 2013