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the future of food and drink


  • Food Matters Live 2019 is a unique event dedicated to creating cross-sector connections focused on the future of food, drink and sustainable nutrition.

  • 19–20 November 2019
    ExCeL, London

     

A celebration of the latest innovation from across the food, drink and nutrition sectors. Meet the winners. 

Share ideas, meet like-minded people and build your business through a range of matchmaking opportunities.

The latest weekly news, trends and insights shaping the global future of food, health and nutrition.


Latest News

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Simone Frey, Founder of Future of Nutrition, discusses the development of nutrition as "the new medicine" and the advancements we can expect to see in personalised nutrition MORE

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Soil Association's 2019 Organic Market Report reveals the UK organic market is in its 8th year of steady growth, with Britons spending £45 million on organic a week MORE

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Hear from Rubies in the Rubble, joint winner of our Innovative Natural and Organic Product of the Year Award, with their winning aquafaba mayo - high in protein and vegan-friendly MORE

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Nestlé has unveiled a new range of Starbucks branded coffee products, the first since the two companies formally joined forces in August 2018 under a global coffee alliance MORE

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Coming up this June is Food Tech Matters: a new series of international events, focused on scaling up innovative technologies. Calling investors, corporates and tech start ups MORE

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The Innovative Ingredients Live theatre is back again at Food Matters Live 2019 showcasing the nutritional science behind the application of new and emerging ingredients and nutraceuticals MORE

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New for 2019: Future of Retail Trends. This new live theatre will explore the modern shopping trends and consumer buyer habits that are shaping the current and future retail landscape MORE

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A new peer-reviewed study has found switching to an organic diet reduced the levels of synthetic pesticides found in participants by an average of 60.5% after just six days MORE

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This November will see expert speakers, live cooking demonstrations and award-winning innovation showcased yet again at Food Matters Live 2019. Check out the captured highlights from 2018 MORE