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With two weeks to go before The Convenience Culture LIVE Breakfast Forum is staged in Melbourne, here's a look at who's coming, and why you should join them.

In recent months there has been a veritable proliferation of on-the-go snack and ready meal product launches, so it comes as no surprise that there's high interest in a forum covering the convenience megatrend, and particularly in how it is influencing new product development, and also our packaging choices. This will be the focus of the Food & Drink Business LIVE Breakfast Forum, to be held on 12 October at Arts Centre in Melbourne.

Companies already signed up to attend include... 1963, ADM, APPMA, Birdstone Collective, BrandOpus, Brownes Dairy, Citi Supplies, Confoil, Daylight Agency, Delicious Foods Australia, Diversified Communications Australia, Don KRC, Ecolean, Exhibitions & Trade Fairs (AUSPACK), Flavour Makers, Heat and Control, Jalna Dairy Foods, Kodak, Lewis & Son, Mars Australia, Miller Leith, Monash Food Innovation Centre, Multi-Colour Corporation, PGA Laminating, QDesign,Red Jade Australia, Roy Morgan Consulting, Scalzo Foods, Simplot, SPC Ardmona, TetraPak Oceania, The Edison Agency, VISY Industries, WWF Australia... and more.

If you'd like to know more about the speaker line-up, take a look here

You can book tickets here

The Food & Drink Business team and our sponsors Heat and Control, Flavourmakers, ADM, AUSPACK, Daylight and Ecolean look forward to welcoming you at our first-ever Melbourne LIVE event.

 

If1963, ADM, APPMA, Australian Institute of Packaging, Birdstone Collective, BrandOpusBrownes Dairy, Citi Supplies, Confoil, Don KRC, Daylight Agency, Delicious Foods Australia, Diversified Communications Australia, Ecolean, Exhibitions & Trade Fairs (Auspack), Flavour Makers, Heat and Control, Jalna Dairy Foods, Kodak, Lewis & Son, Mars Australia, Michaelona, Miller Leith, Monash Food Innovation Centre,  Multi-Colour Corporation, PGA Laminating, Red Jade Australia, Roy Morgan Consulting, Sabrands, Scalzo Foods, Simplot, SPC Ardmona, TetraPak Oceania,
VISY Industries, WWF Australia

 

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