SNAC to Host an Industry Reception at PACK EXPO

October 11, 2018

SNAC International is hosting an industry reception in the Snack Break Lounge (booth N-4565) on Tuesday, Oct. 16 from 3:30 – 5:00PM at PACK EXPO (Chicago – Oct. 14-17). Relax, network with industry partners and the SNAC staff, and invite your colleagues. No RSVP required. SNAC and a group of its Associate Members will also be leading educational sessions on the Educational Stage located adjacent to the Snack Break Lounge. 

You Are Invited: Snack Industry Reception 
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Snack Break Lounge
North Hall, Booth N-4565
Relax, make important industry connections, talk shop and grab a snack with SNAC International and your peers at the Snack Break Lounge. No RSVP necessary. Must be registered for PACK EXPO to attend. 
 
Enhance Your Show Experience: Attend the Snack Lounge Educational Sessions
Located adjacent to Booth N-4565, North Hall, the Snack Break Lounge
 
Sunday, Oct. 14
12:00PM - The State of the Snack Industry: Trends, Growth Drivers and Issues - David Walsh and Elizabeth Avery, SNAC International
 
2:00PM - Seasoning and Coating Applications for Snacks/Baked Goods - Neil Anderson, PPM Technologies
 
Monday, Oct. 15
10:00AM - Best Practices for Using Near Infrared for Snack Quality - Greg Brown, Process Sensors Corp.
 
12:00PM - Using Modeling to Optimize Production Lines for Snack Manufacturing - Christy Starner, Dennis Group
 
2:00PM - The Future of Snack Packaging - Shayne De la Force, tna solutions pty ltd.
 
4:00PM - New Controls and Information Systems for the Snack Industry - Chris Farver, Heat and Control, Inc.
 
Tuesday, Oct. 16
10:00AM - Leadership Techniques for the New Workforce - Andre Boom, BluePrint Automation
 
11:00AM - Latest Developments in Continuous Mixing for Snack Foods - Jim Warren, Reading Bakery Systems
 
12:00PM - The State of the Snack Industry: Trends, Growth Drivers and Issues - David Walsh and Elizabeth Avery, SNAC International

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