Perishables Get More Play At World of Private Label.Frozen and other perishable per·ish·a·ble
Subject to decay, spoilage, or destruction.
Something, especially foodstuff, subject to decay or spoilage. Often used in the plural. food will get more space this year at the World of Private Label International Trade Show May 22-23 at the RAI rai
A form of popular Algerian music combining traditional Arabic vocal styles with various elements of popular Western music and featuring outspoken, often controversial lyrics. Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Now in its third year, the Perishables Pavilion at the show will feature more than 200 exhibitors in the meat, poultry, seafood seafood
Edible aquatic animals excluding mammals, but including both freshwater and ocean creatures. Seafood includes bony and cartilaginous fishes, crustaceans, mollusks, edible jellyfish, sea turtles, frogs, sea urchins, and sea cucumbers. , produce, dairy and bakery area -- including organic and ethnic specialties.
The show is sponsored by the Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA PLMA Private Label Manufacturers Association
PLMA Peak Load Management Alliance
PLMA Producer Licensing Model Act (New York state)
PLMA Petroleum Land Management (course)
PLMA Philip Livingston Magnet Academy ). For more information, contact the PLMA International Council, World Trade Center, Strawinskylaan 671, 1077 XX Amsterdam, the Netherlands; telephone: 31-20-575-3032; fax: 31-20-575-3093.