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PLMA Show To Include New Ingredients Section

July 14, 2008

The Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) has announced that it will devote a new section of its 2008 Private Label Trade Show to industrial ingredients, including raw materials, flavors and fragrances.

“Private label in America has reached new levels of quality and consumer acceptance. Future growth will depend on keeping up the flow of the best ingredients, flavors and fragrances, so that retailers can offer consumers the most innovative and creative products possible,” said Brian Sharoff, president of PLMA.

PLMA’s show is scheduled for Nov. 16-18 at the Rosemont Exhibition Center in Chicago. More than 2000 exhibit booths will be presented, covering food, beverages, household and kitchen products and health and beauty. More info: www.plma.com
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