All About World Pork Expo
Since 1988, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) has presented World Pork Expo — just one of the many ways NPPC demonstrates unwavering commitment to the U.S. pork industry. On behalf of its members, NPPC works to develop and defend export markets, fight for reasonable legislation and regulation, and helps protect your livelihood. For more information, visit nppc.org.
World Pork Expo – World Class Event
Who attends World Pork Expo?
Thousands of U.S. and global pork producers, industry professionals and industry experts attend each year. If you’re part of the pork industry, you should be part of World Pork Expo.
What is World Pork Expo?
The world’s largest pork industry-specific trade show brings together pork producers and industry professionals from around the world for three days of education, innovation and networking.
When is World Pork Expo?
Wednesday, June 7 – Friday, June 9, 2023.
Where is World Pork Expo?
Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, Iowa
Why should I attend World Pork Expo?
There’s something for everyone — an expansive trade show, educational seminars, industry updates and networking. And, don’t forget the delicious pork served across the fairgrounds!
How can I attend World Pork Expo?
Registration for 2023 is currently closed, but check back as the event gets closer and you’ll be able to start planning your visit — it’s that easy!
Strategic Investment Program (SIP) Investors
The National Pork Producers Council and the World Pork Expo thank the SIP Investors for their support to help NPPC take action on issues that threaten pork producers’ freedom to operate responsibly.
As the primary source of funds for NPPC, pork producers participate by voluntarily investing a percentage of the price of each market hog sold. A portion of this investment is distributed as unrestricted funds to state pork producer organizations, allowing them to respond to threats on the local level. The funds are used to strengthen NPPC’s mission to enhance and defend the opportunities for U.S. pork producers at home and abroad. This differs from the mandatory checkoff funds managed by the National Pork Board that are used for pork demand enhancement, educational and research activities. By law, checkoff dollars cannot be used for public policy initiatives or lobbying.
Learn more about how to support your industry and become an SIP member today.