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Upcoming Events

Prepared Foods New Products Conference

Minneapolis, MN / September 30 - October 3, 2018

Bringing Innovators Face to Face with the Future of Food

Prepared Foods’ 36th annual New Products Conference will focus its efforts on how companies in the Food and Beverage industry can re-think their business efforts to help them obtain an edge on their competition. With the latest information and trends presented by the industry's top experts, this powerful 3-day event will allow companies to do just that.

As a result, attendees will not only be able to develop new business relationships that can help catapult their company to new heights, but they’ll also be able to learn how they can cultivate products that can not only appeal to their customers, but also change the way people perceive food.

Tree Top is a proud sponsor of Prepared Foods New Products Conference.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Petfood R&D Showcase 2018

Kansas State University / October 9-11, 2018

The science and technology behind treats, toppers, and inclusions focus of hands-on workshop.  Petfood R&D Showcase is an enriching pet food event that will feature three days of exclusive networking with leading suppliers, researchers and pet food industry colleagues, plus cutting edge scientific presentations and interactive labs focusing on the use of treats, toppers and inclusions in pet food. Petfood R&D Showcase is an ideal opportunity for professionals to learn from industry experts and gain the tools and insights needed to get ahead of this future trend.

Tree Top Ingredients Workshop 10/11 at 9:15 am

Topping Formulation that is PAWSITIVELY tasty for pets - Join us for a fun and engaging practical “hands-on” workshop where you’ll learn the characteristics and endless possibilities of formulating with fruit, vegetables, ancient grains, and plant based proteins by creating your own kibble topping. Then we’ll explore the benefits of convenient, shelf stable packaging that’s clearly a best in “show” - for the pet food industry. As the humanization of pet food continues to grow, pet owners are seeking products that mimic the same healthful ingredients that they eat themselves.