The Main Event for Fruit & Vegetable Processing and Packaging

At PACK EXPO International you’ll find more innovative food processing machinery for fruits and vegetables than at any food processing show in 2016. 

See food processing machinery in action and discover relevant applications from other food industries. Highlights include:

  • State-of-the-art automation and robotics 
  • Integrated systems and networking
  • Technologies that ensure food safety, chain of custody and security
  • Digital printing and labeling breakthroughs 

View exhibitors with solutions for fresh produce.


Your First Stop for Food Processing Machinery

Located in the Upper Lakeside Center

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Explore fruit and vegetable processing advances that deliver the safety and quality you need at the efficiency and productivity levels you strive to achieve. 


Get Fresh Ideas

Located in the Upper North Building

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Explore exciting new possibilities for your brand, including:

  • Advanced technologies that reduce material usage
  • Labeling systems that provide greater flexibility
  • Containers that enhance your brand

See who’s exhibiting in The Containers and Materials Pavilion.

Also explore the 13th annual Showcase of Packaging Innovations®—an inspiring display of award-winning packaging designs.

The Showcase of Packaging Innovations® is sponsored by The Dow Chemical Company

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Discover Supply Chain Efficiencies

Located in the Upper Lakeside Center

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Talk with exhibitors and attend informative presentations to learn how reusable packaging can be the key to:

  • Reducing waste
  • Cutting costs
  • Boosting sustainability 

See who’s exhibiting in The Reusable Packaging Pavilion.

Sponsored by the Reusable Packaging Association 

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Free Education on the Show Floor

Check in the show planning tool for details on free sessions to be offered at these venues:

  • Innovation Stage
  • Food Safety Summit Resource Center
  • Reusable Packaging Learning Center

PMMI Logo Pulse—News from the Fruits & Vegetables Industry

Allowing Fruit From Afar
Featured in Packaging World
The latest in modified atmospheric packaging (MAP) allows European and Asian exporters to ship its produce to the U.S. by sea containers. Without Equilibrium Modified Atmospheric Packaging growers were forced to airmail the quick to spoil products, incurring huge costs. Continue reading…

Printing in Place
Featured in Packaging World
Thermal-transfer overprinters help reduce packaging costs and increase coding efficiency as line speeds and production volumes increase. Continue reading…

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