Register by July 15 for Americas Food and Beverage Show & Conference in Miami Sept. 23-24

If you own a New Mexico food and/or beverage company, don’t miss this opportunity to expand your market! Register by July 15 for the 23rd Americas Food and Beverage Show & Conference Sept. 23-24 in Miami Beach, Florida.

Qualifying products include: Natural or processed food and beverages containing fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, culinary herbs, spices and horticulture as defined by USDA as a “specialty crop.” Products must be 50% or greater New Mexico-grown and/or processed.

The New Mexico Department of Agriculture is facilitating participation of New Mexico businesses in the event, which attracts national and international buyers. This is an excellent show for both established and new-to-market companies in the food service industry.

Benefits include:

  • Expanding your sales into the food service sector
  • Exposure to domestic and international buyers from around the world
  • Witnessing the latest regional trends from the food and beverage industry
  • A prime location in the USA Pavilion

The booth fee is $500 for a 10×10 space, and only three spaces are available for New Mexico companies. Companies are limited to one booth. Additional booth space and special accommodations may be considered on a case-by-case basis, depending on availability.

Booth package includes:

  • Pavilion booth design and construction
  • Open concept
  • Carpeting
  • Fascia board
  • Lighting
  • Electricity
  • One lockable reception counter
  • Meeting tables with chairs
  • Hand sanitation
  • Daily booth cleaning
  • Two exhibitor passes

Exhibitors are responsible for airfare, ground transportation, lodging, meals, incidental expenses, food/beverage sampling, marketing materials, freight/drayage/storage of sample product, any special food preparation/refrigeration equipment and appliances, and required utility expenses.

To register, contact NMDA marketing specialist Jason New at The event is made possible by the USDA’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. For more information about the event, visit

A bird's eye view is shown of a food show. There are several aisles set-up with many food items and brands positioned in front and around the stands. Many people are gathered around each booth.