FiE 2022

Food Ingredients Europe returns to Paris for three days of innovation and inspiration

By Anthony Myers contact

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The FiE is back this week, with a all-new Sustainability Hub. Pic: foodmanufacture.co.uk
The FiE is back this week, with a all-new Sustainability Hub. Pic: foodmanufacture.co.uk

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Ingredients show Food Ingredients Europe (FiE), co-located with Hi Europe, returns to France this week and will be held for the first time at the sprawling Paris Expo Porte de Versailles – occupying four halls with more than 1,200 exhibitors, ranging from leading ingredients suppliers through to highly specialised newcomers.

The in-person show, which runs from Tuesday (6 December) until Thursday (8 December), will be framed and supported by an extensive online event, giving attendees countless opportunities and greater flexibility to source, connect and innovate – be it virtually, in-person or both.

Organisers also claim this year’s show is set to be ‘the most environmentally friendly ever’ and will look at innovations within the confectionery and snacks segments.

The physical show will once again include popular features such as the Innovation Hub, the New Product Zone in collaboration with Innova Market Insights, and the Fi Europe Innovation Awards. The all-new Sustainability Hub will focus on sustainable food solutions from farm to fork, giving visitors the opportunity to learn about food waste, circular economy, regenerative agriculture and more.  

We’re looking forward to welcoming thousands of visitors and exhibitors from around the world to an event which all those involved in the ingredients industry simply cannot afford to miss​,” said Julien Bonvallet, Brand Director at Informa Markets. “After many months of disruption and uncertainty, there’s a strong aspiration for meeting in-person again, and so the excitement is already gathering pace. But for those who would prefer to join online, sophisticated technology means our online event will merge seamlessly with the in-person show​.”

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