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F&V Processing 2020 - Third Symposium on Fruit and Vegetable Processing

F&V Processing 2020 - Third Symposium on Fruit and Vegetable Processing

31 March - 2 April 2020 Palais des Papes, Avignon, France

You can register for the symposium on this page

Online registration is open until 22 March 2020

  • If you have already submitted an abstract and have an account, click on "Login" (in the upper right banner) to speed up your registration.
  • If you haven't submit an abstract and want to register, click on "Register at the symposium" (bottom of this page).

Fees include conference sessions, lunches and coffee breaks and the Pope Palace visit.



                    until 2 March
           Symposium fees (include VAT)

                LATE REGISTRATION

               after 2 March (+100€)
          Symposium fees (include VAT)

           Gala dinner

           (include VAT)

   Private Companies                             800 €                            900 €                   80 €
   Academics                             500 €                            600 €                   80 €
   Students (ID student card)                             300 €                            400 €                   50 €
   Staff                             150 €                            150€                   80 €

Gala dinner for accompanying persons 80 €.

If you select the gala dinner, don't forget to add it to your package.

On-site registration and payment will be possible with an additional fee of 100 € on top of the late registration costs ; note that the access to lunches will not be guaranteed. Contact us at

Please note that in the event of cancellation, registration fees will not be reimbursed.

All attendees requiring a visa to France are urged to apply for their visa, as soon as possible. See France Diplomatie for more information.

Mode of payment

  • by credit cards (online payment through secure link)
  • by bank transfert in Euro to Trésor Public
  • INRAE collaborators, use the site for registration and send an order form (INRAE or non-INRAE) to who will prepare an invoice.

Early-bird Registration closed on Tuesday, 2 March 2020.  

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