(PRWEB) October 01, 2013
The Tri-State Food Expo, the new trade show for the growing New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tri-state and surrounding foodservice and retail food industries, is now open (October 1 – 2) at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ (http://www.tri-statefoodexpo.com).
“This brand new trade show offers a wide range of exhibitors, special events, special appearances, education sessions, new products and show specials that will help retail and foodservice buyers and professionals learn something new to help increase their bottom line,” says show director Bob Callahan.
Diversified Business Communications, a leading trade show producer, has partnered with the New Jersey Restaurant Association (NJRA), an association representing more than 23,000 eating and drinking establishments in the Garden State, to produce a quality show for the retail and foodservice business owners, chefs, buyers, and industry professionals.
A full event schedule including education sessions and culinary demos can be found at http://www.tri-statefoodexpo.com/attend/schedule.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013:
8:30am - 3:00pm - Registration & Badge Pick Up Open
10:00am - 4:00pm - Expo Open
Meadowlands Exposition Center
355 Plaza Dr. Secaucus, NJ 07094
Event Website/to Register
Diversified Business Communications
The Tri-State Food Expo is produced by Diversified Business Communications. The Portland, Maine-based trade show producer is also the organizer of several leading U.S. foodservice and retail industry trade events including the New England Food Show (Boston, MA), the Seafood Expo – North America (formerly International Boston Seafood Show) (Boston, MA) and Kosherfest (Secaucus, NJ), in addition to other non-food industry shows. http://www.divbusiness.com.
New Jersey Restaurant Association
Established in 1942, the New Jersey Restaurant Association (NJRA) represents the Garden State's 25,000 eating and drinking establishments - the State's largest private sector employers, generating $14 billion in annual sales and employing over 311,000 people. http://www.njra.org