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Registration is open for World Pork Expo 2023

Registration is open for World Pork Expo 2023

Taking place June 7-9 in Des Moines, Iowa, register now for the world’s largest pork-specific trade show.

By Andrew Joseph, Farms.com; Image via World Pork Expo 2022

Registration is now open for the 35th annual World Pork Expo—brought to you by the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC).

The 2023 World Pork Expo takes place at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa, from June 7-9. According to the NPCC, this year marks a major milestone for the world’s largest pork-specific trade show.

“We’re looking forward to celebrating the Expo’s incredible legacy this year with an impressive schedule of events,” stated Scott Hays, the Board President of the NPPC. “World Pork Expo continues to grow every year, and this year is shaping up to be the best Expo yet. Those connected to the pork industry won’t want to miss it.

Expo attendees, exhibitors, and the media can learn more about the 2023 World Pork Expo and register to attend at www.WorldPork.org.

What to expect at World Pork Expo 2023
The 2023 World Pork Expo will feature three days of programming and educational seminars that showcase the latest product and process innovations in the pork industry. Additionally, countless networking opportunities will be available for industry professionals to meet and connect. All events are included with the cost of admission.

Additional activities and opportunities include:

  • The World’s Largest Pork-Specific Trade Show—Hundreds of exhibitors from around the world will be on-site showcasing new and exciting products and services.
  • NPPC Hospitality Tent Meet-and-Greets—Speak one-on-one with National Pork Producers Council board members and staff to learn more about legislation, regulation, and public policy issues that impact the pork industry.
  • Lunch at the Big Grill—Free pork lunches are served each day of the Expo from 11AM to 1PM. Last year, we prepared more than 10,000 lunches, and we expect large crowds again at this annual tradition.
  • Special Anniversary Celebrations—This year marks the 35th anniversary of the World Pork Expo. Follow along with all of the happenings on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the hashtags #WPX2023 and #35YearsofWPX.

Register Early and Save
Registration is now available online and includes entry to the World Pork Expo for all three days. Until June 1, discounted rates are available during pre-registration, including $10 per adult (ages 12 and up) and $1 for children (six to 11 years old). Children under five years old attend for free. Registration on-site at the event will be $20 per adult. There is an on-site, Friday-only option for $10.

Mark your calendar for June 7-9, 2023, and plan a visit to Des Moines for an unforgettable experience. Get ready for three days filled with education, valuable networking opportunities, and delicious pork. You won’t want to miss it.


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