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New Show Dates Announced for Petfood Forum 2023

It is now scheduled for May 1-3, 2023.




(PRESS RELEASE) The Petfood Forum planning committee has confirmed new show dates for the 2023 conference and exhibition.

Petfood Forum is now scheduled for Monday, May 1 – Wednesday, May 3, 2023, at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Petfood Forum includes an agenda packed with opportunities to network and collaborate with industry professionals, learn the latest in pet food trends and discover new tools for business success.

A new edition of Petfood Essentials will take place the day prior to the commencement of Petfood Forum on May 1.

Agenda and speakers

The conference will feature educational sessions led by globally recognized dog and cat food industry experts. The sessions provide insights on the latest pet food market trends, ingredient and nutrition research, pet food safety, packaging trends and much more. Agenda and speaker details will be released in January 2023.

The content advisory board will open the call for papers in search of noncommercial oral presentations and research posters, in mid-August.


Exhibit hall

The 2023 event will also feature a robust exhibit hall floor where attendees will engage with supplier companies crucial to the global pet food industry.

Each year, Petfood Forum attracts the largest collection of companies that supply pet food brands and manufacturers with ingredient, additive and formulation solutions, processing and packaging technology and equipment, flexible packaging solutions, co-packing solutions and services, and consulting and additional services, all in one location.

Exhibitor booth registration is now open for industry suppliers interested in building business opportunities and reaching new clients at Petfood Forum 2023. For additional information and details contact

Make plans to attend Petfood Forum 2023 and be part of the next edition of the global pet food industry’s most valuable and unique conference and exhibition. Full registration details will be announced in October 2022.




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