The American Bakers Association’s 2020 Convention will feature forward-thinking speakers and sessions. The usage of cannabis in baked goods is one of the opportunities that will be explored at the event.
The ABA Convention brings together baking industry leaders for four exciting days of meetings, sessions, and networking. Beyond Bakery promises not only insightful educational sessions but also opportunities to create and transform business connections into meaningful relationships. ABA Convention will give attendees a look into tomorrow, covering topics that range from mastering the omnichannel experience to building a successful security program to understanding how to reach food tribes.
“We know that the baking industry is constantly evolving and changing, which is why ABA is committed to equipping baking businesses with new insights to stay ahead of new technologies and trends. Most importantly, we understand the importance of connecting industry leaders and experts to explore the future of the baking industry together. Join returning and new attendees for ABA’s signature annual event and explore not only the now of the baking industry, but the beyond,” ABA explains.
ABA Convention includes sessions such as “How to Build an Unbeatable Company”, “How to Build a Security Program that Succeeds”, “Taking a New Path with NextGenBaker”, and “Cannabis and Baking”.
At the Afternoon Business Session, an expert panel will be moderated by Douglas Peckenpaugh, group editorial director of cannabis of BNP.
Cannabis is an emerging and charged ingredient in the food industry that continues to generate curiosity among both consumers and business owners. The panel discussion will address the legal perspectives, marketplace demographics, and supply issues of this unique ingredient that factor into bakers’ business decisions of venturing into this new landscape.