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What's fresh at IFPA's Foodservice Conference?

The International Fresh Produce Association is gearing up for a fresh look at The Foodservice Conference – designed exclusively for produce in foodservice and the anchor of the foodservice year.   

The conference, July 25-26 in Monterey, CA, will offer the newest foodservice research and insights, an amped-up women’s event and the most important 5.5 hours in the foodservice year — the expo. As always, the conference features a one-to-one buyer-supplier ratio, ensuring plenty of business-building connections. 

“We know how important this conference is to our members and our industry,” said Joe Watson, IFPA vice president. “We continue to look for ways to refresh the experience to provide the insights and networking they depend on.” 

The schedule features: 

  • Research presentation by Technomic 
  • Foodservice Produce Expo 
  • Education sessions 
  • Women’s Fresh Perspectives general session and breakfast 
  • Produce Excellence in Foodservice Awards, recognizing the best of the best in nine categories 
  • Networking reception at Custom House Plaza 
  • K-12 School Forum (invitation only) 
  • Buyer Sourcing Meetings (separate registration required) 

Registration for The Foodservice Conference is open, and hotel reservations open March 21. 

“This is the only conference that brings the who’s who of produce and foodservice together,” Watson said. “More than 2,000 people attend — half of them buyers — to connect, learn, and do business. If you’re in produce and foodservice, you need to be here.” 

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