Thank you for visiting the web site of the Atlantic Food & Beverage Processors Association. We are a rapidly growing industry association that works on behalf of the food, fish, sea-food and beverage processors and the related companies and organizations that do business in our region.
Please read further to find out more about our very important industry, where we have come from and are heading with our association, how we may be of service to you and how you may become involved if you wish.
We are constantly working to improve the utility of our site. Please feel free to advise therefore if you have suggestions to improve it. We wish to thank Business New Brunswick and the New Brunswick Agricultural Council for contributing to the cost of developing this site.
GET CONNECTED IN CHARLOTTETOWN SEPTEMBER 14-15
The Atlantic Food & Beverage Processors Association is holding its 11th Annual Conference from September 14-15, 2016. This year’s theme GET CONNECTED promises to provide plenty of networking opportunities, updates on the status of the food and beverage ecosystem in Atlantic Canada, and insight from the region’s industry leaders.
Keynote speaker Gerry Pond of Mariner Innovations has a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation and has been instrumental in the success of many Atlantic Canadian startups. He’s the co-founder of Propel ICT, Pond-Deshpande Centre, and East Valley Ventures, encouraging passionate, emerging entrepreneurs to create sustainable, scalable enterprises.
A feature panel discussion with three of Atlantic Food processing’s most prominent leaders: John Griffin (W.P. Griffin), Mike Timani (Fancy Pokket) and Michael Whittaker (Trucorp).
Steffan Anderson of Denmark’s Arla Foods will talk about creating success through Selling the Story and Peter Chapman of GPS Business Solutions will facilitate an in-depth session focusing on the story you’re selling, the collective strengths of our region, and the opportunities at hand. Peter has experience in every level of decision making in major retail outlets, and his understanding of the importance of retailer relationships is unrivaled.
Added to that is a list of terrific speakers touching on critical industry issues including a review of the structure of the Atlantic food & beverage processing industry, a look at the future of forecasting and finance, and food trends in Value Adding.
Full conference details will follow shortly but don’t hesitate - Tickets to both GET CONNECTED and Charlottetown hotel space is limited so register now!
The links to GET CONNECTED AND HOTEL registration details are in the attached PDF, or at: