Food 4 Future consolidates Bilbao as the world capital of Foodtech


The international technology event brings together more than 7,000 congress attendees in an exhibition area that hosts more than 250 companies presenting their latest technology solutions for the food and beverage industry. 380 international experts discuss the latest trends that will shape the future of the food and beverage sector at the Food 4 Future World Summit 2022.

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Following the success of the first edition of the international event, designed by and for professionals in the food and beverage industry, from 17 to 19 May, more than 7,000 congress participants are attending. A forum that will also generate an economic impact of 14 million euros for the city, while putting the Basque Country on the map as a foodtech epicentre and benchmark.

The opening ceremony was attended by the Mayor of Bilbao, Juan Mari Aburto; the Minister of Economic Development, Sustainability and Environment of the Basque Government, Arantxa Tapia; the Secretary General of Agriculture and Food of the Government, Fernando Miranda; the Provincial Councillor for Economic Promotion of the Provincial Council of Bizkaia, Ainara Basurko; and the president of Food 4 Future Expo Foodtech, Jordi Gallés.


Food 4 Future 2022 has established itself as the unmissable technology event at which to discover the latest innovations and solutions that are transforming the food sector, as well as success stories and applications of food technology to achieve a safer, more sustainable and healthier industry.

More than 250 exhibiting companies will present their latest technological solutions and food products that will help to modernise and digitise the entire value chain of the industry, from raw materials to logistics processes.

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