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Vitafoods Europe 2020 Postponed Until 1-3 September 2020

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Vitafoods Europe 2020 Postponed Until 1-3 September 2020

Vitafoods Europe 2020 Postponed Until 1-3 September 2020
March 11
12:25 2020
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Following close consultation with its partners in the international nutraceutical industry, Vitafoods Europe has taken the decision to postpone this year’s event, as a result of the uncertainty caused by the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The show will now take place on 1-3 September 2020 at Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland.

“In light of the ongoing COVID-19 health situation, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone Vitafoods Europe 2020 until 1-3 September 2020,” explains Chris Lee, Managing Director, Health and Nutrition Network, Europe, at Informa Markets. “This conclusion is not one that has been reached easily. However, following consultation with our stakeholders, and taking the continually evolving health concerns and travel restrictions into consideration, we are agreed the postponement the is best course of action.”

He adds: “By acting now, we hope to remove the uncertainty affecting exhibitors and visitors and allow them to make more concrete business decisions. The event in September will still take place at Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland, and all existing registrations and commitments remain in place.

“We understand how important Vitafoods Europe is to the industry and how much effort goes into preparing for it and so, in this unprecedented situation and difficult time, thank our community for its understanding and support. We’re looking forward to coming together later in the year to continue to drive our industry forwards.”


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