Natural Products Expo East 2015, the East Coast’s largest organic & healthy goods event is set to make the record numbers, with 20,000+ attendees & more than 1,800 exhibitors, with roughly 30% of those displaying for the first time and new to the marketplace. Created by New Hope Natural Media, Expo East will take place from September 16 to 19th, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Maryland and is co-located with Biofach America-All Things Organic, NPA East, and the Harvest Festival. The timings will be 10:00 A.M to 06:00 P.M for Thursday and Friday and 10:00 A.M to 04:00 P.M for Saturday.
In the year 2014, the Expo East ranked in the top 5 Baltimore-based conventions for financial impact and fetched over $17.4 million to the town last September. At the end of last year’s display, Expo East contributed over 30,000 pounds of foodstuff to the Maryland Food Bank, as well as a quota of profits to the city’s Real food farms. One can also search the web to know more about Tradeshow Transportation.
Every year the Expo East lures highest trade buyers from self-regulating stores, natural market chains and big box sellers – all with the job to catch the latest and modern products shaping the future of the well living marketplace in one place. Marketplaces groups represented at Expo East comprise of natural and forte food and beverages, additions, pet, natural living and magnificence. New evolving trends include
· Foods and drinks with floral constituents like hibiscus, elderflower and chamomile.
· Coffee fruit, the stimulating and appetizing anti-oxidant rich and anti-inflammatory fruit.
· Refreshments by avocado oil, which has always been GMO free
The 2015 Expo East seminar program is fragmented into six subjects: Natural in the Media, Ingredient Reform, “Future of” Series, Non-GMO Series, Trends & Growth Series, and Conscious Leadership. Aiming start-ups, the Natural Products Business School earnings, as a full-day of knowledge and make contacts intended to deliver businesspersons with the exhaustive clarifications to common business experiments and quicken their potential success. The event’s important orators include:
· Dylan Ratigan, a New York Times Successful author, sustainability business tycoon and previous MSNBC host.
· Michele Simon, a public health lawyer who has been scripting about the food industry since 1996.
· Joel Salatin, a 3 generation agriculturalist in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley.
New addition to the event this year is the “Farm-to-Market Tour” where visitors will be visiting some of Baltimore's adjoining farms and the wholesale stores that source from them. Moreover, the Super Pass will be announced to Expo East, as an “all access” card available to attendees and exhibitors which comprises of the networking events, display hall admittance and paid education conferences.
Experienced buyers joining the tradeshow services can ride in a local bus or train to the show and Expo East will compensate them up to $50--just stopover the Travel Green, Save Green Desk in registration process (level 400) with your receipt and brooch to avail your compensation. You can also opt for flying into Baltimore as the Trade Show Transportation. Let us be a part of this grand Expo.
Ron Morgan is the market representative for Pyramid Logistics. Pyramid Logistics specializes in , movie set transportation, and electronic transportation services that are responsibly priced, timely, efficient, damage free and in conformity with the highest industry standards.