IDDBA’s Dairy-Deli-Bake 2013 Set For Orlando

Find dairy, deli, bakery, cheese, foodservice products, packaging and services that suit your chain at the 2013 show.

The International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association’s (IDDBA) 49th annual seminar and expo, Dairy-Deli-Bake 2013, is set to be held in Orlando, Fla., at the Orange County  Convention Center, June 2-4. The theme for the show is Foodie All-Stars.

The IDDBA show is a full-service seminar and expo with qualified retail buyers and merchandisers, the best dairy, deli, bakery, cheese, foodservice products, packaging, services and the highest-rated speakers in the business. This event is called the Show of Shows because it’s the one conference that offers an extensive seminar program that has meaningful content for personal and professional growth; pre-qualified retail buyers, merchandisers, and executives who are ready and willing to do business; a 1,600 booth expo filled with the very best products and services for the fresh-food categories; and world-class merchandising ideas and demonstrations with actionable ideas.

More than 8,500 attendees are expected for the three-day event. For more information call (608) 310-5000 or visit




  1. Female cows are forcibly artificially inseminated to become pregnant and continue lactating. After 9 months, the dairy industry steals these baby calves shortly after they are born. The “worthless” males who can’t make milk are either killed immediately or kept in isolation for a few months to become veal. The unfortunate females calves follow their mother’s sad lot all the way to the last moments on the kill floor when they are no longer “productive”.

    Adult humans do not need cow’s milk any more than they need goat’s milk, wolf’s milk, camel’s milk, giraffe’s milk. Unweaned infants do remarkably better on their own mother’s breast milk which is what our species was intended to consume. There’s absolutely nothing beneficial to the human diet in cow’s milk that can’t be gotten through plant based sources.

    Thankfully there’s abundant plant based alternatives that are just as nutritional, just as satisfying and just as versatile in cooking. Some even have twice the amount of calcium and vitamin D as cow’s milk does.

    Dairy is also destructive to the environment and a tragic waste of resources. Perhaps it is time for “unweaned” adults to look beyond what deceptiveness and hype the dairy industry is pitching at you in order to keep their profits and their cruel practices in check.

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