Members' Meeting 2022 4–6 April - Miami, U.S.A

IFFO Members' Meeting 2022



Our annual Members’ Meeting was this year held in Miami at the Four Seasons Hotel over 2 days in early April. IFFO’s first in-person event since the start of the pandemic attracted 170 delegates attending from 23 countries and this was the highest attended members' meetings ever. 

To view the Key Takeaways visit the Blog page, and members can also access the presentations via the members' area.

Welcome from our Director General

We are thrilled to announce that our first in-person event since the start of the pandemic will be held in Miami from 4 to 6 April 2022. Although our webinars have provided an essential online forum for our industry and wider stakeholders, it has been hard to fully engage and to facilitate networking. While we have all kept up with each other’s news and the latest developments in our industry, it has been a long two years since we last got together in Shanghai 2019. We are building a complete and interesting rundown of presentations and discussions for the two days, as well as plenty of opportunities for us all to catch up as a group. There will likely be some level of COVID restrictions in place, but we will monitor the situation carefully to ensure that we can have a safe and successful event.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Petter M. Johannessen



The two day programme contains a mix of presentations with the latest market data and allows plenty of time for networking.

If you are interested in sponsoring the IFFO Members' Meeting, we have a range of exciting opportunities available.

Find out more about the range of speakers from across the marine ingredients industry here.

Held at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami, find out about the hotel, room rates and availability, plus more.

Already a delegate? Login in and gain access to delegates’ lists, presentations, photo gallery and much more.

Registration is open to members of IFFO only. Register as soon as possible as rooms are available on a first-come first-served basis.