The latest news from NWFPA members and events concerning the food processing industry in the Northwest.

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Food & Beverage World 2018

Click here to lock in your 2018 booth - first come first served. But please note, anchors will be placed before any others.

The floor plan will be set AFTER show special. We will place based on first come first served. Use the 2017 show floor as a guide when you are choosing your placement. Download the 2017 floor here.


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TOMRA and National Frozen Foods donate $4,000 to the Massey Memorial

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National Frozen Foods, a frozen food processing company with facilities in Oregon and Washington, has received a charity voucher worth $4,000 after winning The Golden Bean competition, held by TOMRA Sorting Food, a leading provider of sensor-based food sorting machines.

The competition was held to celebrate the launch of the new TOMRA 5B, a state-of-the-art sorter for the vegetable, fresh cut and potato processing industries.

The TOMRA 5B processed 20 kg of green beans, one of them made of gold, and the person who came closest to correctly guessing the moment when the golden bean would be ejected was awarded with the voucher. The prize was presented to Kevin Massey at the National Frozen Foods plant in Quincy in December.


NW Food & Beverage World is ON!

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Winter is here - but the show must go on. The Northwest Food & Beverage World will open for attendees tomorrow morning as scheduled. The National Weather Service shows that temperatures will be in the 40s and rainy on Monday and Tuesday, so bring your umbrella!

For exhibitors with travel issues, Show Management has extended load in times through 9pm on Sunday, January 8, 2017. Exhibitor Services will also open at 6am on Monday, January 9, 2017 for continuation of load in.

If you have questions, please call 971-276-2021 for assistance.


U of Idaho’s N-E-W Tech Advances to Round 2 of International Clean Water Competition

Northwest Food Processors Association congratulates Professor Greg Möller and the University of Idaho’s “TEAM blueXgreen” on winning Stage 1 of the $10M George Barley Clean Water Science Prize, an international competition to solve the issue of phosphorous loading in the world’s bodies of water. U of I and two others of 61 entries advance to compete for the $25,000 prize to be announced on March 22. The multi-phase competition will award the final $10 million prize to a solution that will recover phosphorus and yield clean water from natural water bodies on a globally-applicable scale. University scientists have presented N-E-W Tech to NWFPA’s Energy and Environmental committees and some member companies will be piloting this technology in the coming years. NWFPA looks forward to continuing to work with the University on bringing this exciting technology to market and unravelling one of the world’s biggest water problems.

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