Bakers Journal

IBIE 2019 offers more education, more exhibits

July 10, 2019
By Bakers Journal

Logo courtesy of IBIE

This year’s IBIEducate is offering more than 100 seminars and hands-on training sessions, inspired by feedback from last year’s attendees.

From hands-on training sessions covering everything from the art of artisan baking to automation and technology trends in bakery production, this year’s IBIE educational sessions promises something for everyone. The organizers have added a full day of education sessions to this year’s programming, which takes place on Saturday, September 7.

Joe Turano,  2019’s IBIE Chairman stated in the IBIE blog: “We are also presenting a broader view of the global baking industry on the show floor. We’ve partnered with iba to bring Virtual Bakery Tours to IBIE, with enhanced content from wholesale bakeries. Put the virtual reality headset on and take a behind-the-scenes look at unique artisanal and industrial bakeries in the U.S., Greece, Germany, Austria and several other locations. Speaking of the global baking industry, IBIE has been busy visiting other baking industry events around the world this year and spreading the word about IBIE 2019. As a result, we are excited to welcome larger delegations of baking professionals from India, South America, the Middle East and Asia to this year’s event.”

Turano encourages visitors to take advantage of spontaneous education opportunities including the Fresh Take Talks (a popular returning feature) and the all-new RBA Bakers Center, which offers live demonstrations from some of the biggest names in baking.


“The IBIE committee takes great care to bring the topics and trends that matter most to the food industry, which is why you’ll find a special focus on artisan baking at this year’s event,” Turano stated.”You can access expanded artisan education content and make sure to explore the two new artisan marketplaces on the show floor, presented in partnership with Puratos and Bread Bakers Guild of America, respectively.

“Lastly, we would like to thank the dedicated volunteers from our sponsor organizations, the American Bakers Association (ABA), The Bakery Equipment Manufacturers and Allieds (BEMA) and the Retail Bakers of America (RBA). Your many hours of hard work and annual planning are what make this incredible show possible. Thanks also to the IBIE staff, mdg and SmithBucklin, as well as all those who support IBIE and our sponsoring organizations. We could not execute our spectacular Expo without you,” added Turano.

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