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May 22nd - 24th will see Cambridge Commodities exhibiting at the Palexpo, Geneva for Vitafoods for the first time - so please do come and say hello!
We will be on stand 1242 at the show which, event organisers say, promises to be the best yet, with a celebration of 15 years of innovation, and hundreds of leading industry brands showcasing the best in products and services.
You can register through us to attend this global event for FREE, by quoting code VFXCAM when registering through Vitafoods, or by clicking on the Vitafoods banner on our homepage, which will take you directly to our guest registration form so you can apply for your free passes quickly and easily.
Our sales and technical team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have, talk through your requirements with you in person, or simply to say hello and put a face to the name, so if you are attending, we'd love to see you!
If you would like to organise a meeting with one of our sales team, please email us your preferred date and time, or contact one of the team directly on the numbers below;
JAMES - 07766 736228
KEVIN - 07725 337155
CLARE - 07725 337146
ELOUAN - 07808 646920
OLIVER - 07786 835219
We hope to see you there!
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