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Potato Expo 2018 goes live with streaming potato TV 'The Eye'.

Potato Expo 2018 will feature live streaming Potato TV 'The Eye'

Potato Expo 2018 will feature live streaming Potato TV 'The Eye'

September 23, 2017
The Potato Expo today announced 'The Eye', a live streaming network covering activities taking place at Potato Expo 2018.

The Eye reporters will cover the excitement from the show floor in addition to in depth interviews at The Eye booth #636.

(Click picture to watch LIVE Video Stream)

Potato Eye TV: LIVE streaming interviews and presentations from the show floor

All interviews, as well as highlights from the third annual Spud Nation Throwdown Cook-off and featured sessions in the new Potato Expo Innovation Hub, will live-stream throughout the convention on Facebook Live and YouTube.

Jim Tiede, co-chair of Potato Expo 2018:

“The Eye will provide a full 360-degree view of the trade show making it more informative, interesting and fun.”

“It’s truly ‘must-see TV for the potato industry.’”
Celebrating its 10th year, the Potato Expo 2018, is expected to be the largest in its history drawing more than 2,000 attendees and over 180 exhibiting companies.

Potato Expo takes place January 10-12, 2018 at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida.

Vote to get your favorite presentations on the Innovation Hub “Main Stage”

The Potato Expo announced that voting for sessions featured at the Potato Expo 2018 Innovation Hub “Main Stage” is now open.

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Potato Expo Innovation Hub Voting

Located on the Trade Show floor, the Potato Expo Innovation Hub will be the center of our education programming and will include presentations, panel discussions, research findings, and potatoes as the star of the food world.

Members of the Potato Expo community are invited to vote on the topics they find most interesting.

Session options include a variety of educational topics such as production, research, consumer trends, food safety, globalization, food service, labor, and use of marketing and social media to network, increase sales and more.

Jim Tiede:

“We really want those in attendance to get the most out of their experience, so their vote will help program their ideal show.”
The Potato Expo Innovation Hub “Main Stage” will feature 12 events over 2.5 days. In addition, there are nearly 20 break-out sessions taking place in other locations. Voting closes September 27th.

After the votes are tallied, the Innovation Hub schedule will be announced October 5, 2017.

Spud Nation Throwdown Cook-off, Edition 2018

The Spud Nation Throwdown Cook-off is back in 2018 with a new twist: 100% impartiality.

In its third annual year, test kitchen culinarians from the biggest brands who market potatoes or use potatoes in their ingredients will don their chef hats and head to the stage where they will prepare their most innovative dishes.

Hosted by Phil Lempert, the SupermarketGuru, the Spud Nation Throwdown judging panel will taste each chef's creation blindfolded to offer their objective reviews.

The Throwdown takes place over two days with two finalists competing one-on-one to turn mystery ingredients left for them on the stage into a Spud Nation winning dish.

For more information, please visit www.potato-expo.com
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The National Potato Council is looking after the interest of the potato growers in the United States. The NPC website provides information on potato history, potato cultivation, potato statistics and US state potato organisations
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