As we look forward to seeing the industry again in 2022, we remain confident that developments, research, and information regarding COVID-19 will provide the opportunity to return face to face April 3-5, 2022, for New England Food Show.
We want to reassure and reconfirm that our top priority is the health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, staff, and vendors. Show management will continue to work closely with the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on upgraded cleaning measures and other necessary protocols for our participants’ well-being, also taking into account the recommendations of federal, state and local governments and health authorities.
Important COVID-19 Update:
- The Boston Public Health Commission voted unanimously to end Boston’s indoor mask mandate effective Saturday, March 5, 2022. The conclusion of the mask mandate occurs just two weeks after Boston Mayor Michelle Wu lifted the city’s vaccination mandate. Both decisions stemmed from careful analysis of key public health metrics associated with COVID-19, including the sharp declines in positivity rate and hospitalizations over the past several weeks. The indoor mask mandate remains in place for public transportation services and healthcare facilities.
B Together Policy Update: On February 18, 2022 - Mayor Michelle Wu and Dr. Bisola Ojikutu announced that the City’s proof of vaccination policy will be lifted effective immediately. Click Here for more details.
This means that no attendees or exhibitors will need to show proof of vaccination or wear a mask to enter the BCEC for New England Food Show.