NRA Show hosted four days of meeting, seeing, tasting, testing, and more.
Exhibitors engaged more than 42,000 buyers face-to-face in 2016. Learn how you can increase brand awareness, sell product and generate the leads to fill your sales pipeline.
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Our education sessions were packed with hot topics, thought provoking opinions, and powerful messages that left attendees with the intel they need to improve operations and spark new ideas.
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Browse the full list of exhibitors and floor plan from NRA Show 2016.
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In 2016, we awarded creative food and beverages that offer up better nutrition, impressive flavors, and on-trend ingredients that will inspire you to add exciting new dishes to your menu.
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The 2016 Kitchen Innovations Awards recipients were at the top of their game at NRA Show 2016. Learn about how this program showcased the best in the business.
Attendees explored specialty areas and pavilions sprinkled across the Show floor grouped by top trends, products, and emerging tech.
Foodamental Studio offered up interactive demos that got attendees right in on the action with the help of culinary expert instructors.
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Attendees saw all of their favorite culinary stars and learned the secrets behind their signature dishes as they prepared them right before their eyes.
Retail is growing faster than any other segment in foodservice. Grocery and retail operators learned how to tap into the projected $43 billion in sales in 2016 during this full day foodservice at retail focused conference.
The National Restaurant Association's Fast Casual Industry Council brought together key executives for a one-day education and networking event led by the most important brands and leaders in the segment.
Non-commercial pros attended this brand new all-day conference built around topics that are unique to the education and health care space to learn about hyper local sourcing, merchandising, menu labeling, and more from award-winning leaders in the B&I space.
Whether looking for products, concepts and techniques to perfectly match a culinary style and menu, buyers found the entire spectrum at BAR.
Bellavita, the largest Made-in-Italy Food & Wine Expo outside of Italy, made its U.S. debut at NRA Show 2016.
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Check out our roster of impressive brands and who will be represented them on and around the Show floor in 2016.
"This is where we realize what’s cutting edge, what the upcoming trends are. This is what I use as my roadmap to plan the operations piece of my grocery business."
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Product Removal from Show Floor
Product removal from Show floor should be accompanied by a Merchandise Removal Pass distributed by exhibitors who desire to give away product to an NRA Show attendee. The pass must be signed by a representative of the exhibiting company authorizing the attendee to remove product from their booth and the building. Security personnel will not permit attendees to leave the building without the required pass.
Individuals are responsible for securing their own hotel accommodations. Cancellation of hotel reservations and/or any travel expenses incurred are the sole responsibility of each individual.
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