Attendees who register for the National Chocolate Show trade event between now and Oct. 15 will receive free admission. After Oct. 15, attendees will be charged an admission price of $25.
The National Chocolate Show premieres as the only tradeshow dedicated to the chocolate industry Nov. 16-18 at Chicago’s Navy Pier. The show will take place in conjunction with the consumer-targeted Chicago Fine Chocolate Show.
The National Chocolate Show offers a forum for the advancement of chocolate among industry leaders. The event will offer discussions on topics such as cocoa farming sustainability, trend spotting, fine flavor exploration, new product development and business insights. Attendees also can participate in tasting experiences and interactive demonstrations.
Exhibitors for The National Chocolate Show will include leaders in chocolate product, supplies, ingredients, equipment, packaging, point of purchase, displays, apparel and uniform. Interested attendees could include bakeries, restaurants and chocolatiers, as well as targeted buyers of chocolate products and services from specialty grocers, foodservice distributors and confectionery retailers.