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IPPE organizers cancel in-person component of 2021 event

Exhibitor marketplace, educational programs will be held virtually
The organizers of the 2021 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta have canceled the in-person component of the event, which was scheduled for January 26-28, 2021.
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Georgia World Congress Center earns GBAC STAR accreditation

Home of IPPE recognized for commitment to cleaning, disinfection and infection prevention
The Georgia World Congress Center, the home for the annual International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE), became the first convention center in the U.S. to achieve GBAC STAR facility accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC), a division of ISSA, the leading trade association for the cleaning industry.
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Keeping International Production & Processing Expo relevant

The show focuses on connecting the global feed and protein communities with new technology, learning experiences and networking.
Looking forward, IPPE’s focus is on connecting the global animal food and protein communities with new and innovative technology, learning experiences and networking to improve their business.
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Vets shift priorities in face of new infectious diseases

Prevention, control and surveillance will be important strategies to protect human and animal health against emerging pandemics.
Modern veterinary care in poultry facilities should be focused on the prevention, control and surveillance of infectious diseases, Mark Bienhoff, explained at the 2020 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) on Wednesday, January 29, in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Animal agriculture capable of ‘global cooling’

Opponents of livestock and poultry production need to know scientific facts about greenhouse gasses
People who are opposed to animal agriculture have for a long time pointed their fingers at the industry for its harmful impact on the environment and have claimed that it is largely responsible for global warming.
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