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Food Processing Expo 2018 Participation Increases

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CLFP saw an increase in both exhibitors and attendees at Food Processing Expo 2018, held February 21-22 at the Sacramento Convention Center.

The day prior to the Expo, the biennial Tomato Processing School was held, providing those in California’s tomato processing industry with a detailed and comprehensive day-long program led by some of the state’s most knowledgeable tomato experts.

MSNBC Political Analyst Steve Schmidt kicked off the Expo with an energetic presentation about the current and changing political landscape in Washington, D.C., providing it with some historical prospective.

During the two-day Expo, attendees visited the expansive trade show floor and attended educational seminars. CLFP’s three new lounges, named after well-known Sacramento locations, were well utilized both for their activities and as a place to network and relax. The Midtown Lounge featured CLFP’s annual Veggie, Fruit & Nut Putting contest, while the King’s Lounge hosted a new activity – a Hoop Shooting Contest – to raise money for CLFP’s scholarship program.

The Expo was capped of by CLFP’s lively Silent Auction, its prime scholarship raising event.

Look for more information and about the Expo in the spring/summer edition of CLFP’s California Food Producer magazine.

CLFP extends its appreciation to its 2018 Expo sponsors:

Airgas USA, LLC, Agrian Inc., Atlas Pacific Engineering Company, Inc., Ball Corporation, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Beck’s Shoes, Calpine Energy Solutions, Dynamic Coatings, Inc., Langguth America LTD, The Morning Star Packing Company, PDEQ, PG&E, Property Tax Assistance, Scholle IPN, Silgan Containers, LLC, Tuff Wrap, USI Insurance Services and Zenith Agribusiness Solutions.


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