Food Matters Live 2020, 13-14 October, virtual event

Registration now open

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  • Join the masters of the microbiome. Food Matters Live 2019 brought together the gurus of gut health as part of the Gut Health Pavilion, demonstrating the latest innovations in the sector.

The Gut Health Pavilion brought together some of the most dynamic brands creating products and ingredients to help improve gut health, including:

  • Clasado
  • Symprove
  • Troo Foods
  • No.1 Living Kombucha
  • Bellygoodness
  • a la calc
  • Equinox Kombucha
  • Gut Instinct

Official Gut Health Pavilion Supporter


Your products or drinks, and probiotics are invited to join this bespoke pavilion where you can connect with key buyers and decision makers from across the industry.


  • Aldi
  • Asda
  • Amazon
  • Boots
  • Gold Nutrition
  • Goldform Supplements
  • GSK Consumer Healthcare
  • Herbalife Europe Ltd
  • Herbs in Bottle
  • Higher Nature
  • Herbalife Europe Ltd
  • Herbs in Bottle
  • Higher Nature
  • HTC Health
  • Holland and Barret
  • Harrods
  • Nestlé Health Science
  • NHS Supply Chain
  • Nutraceuticals Group Europe
  • NutraPharm Ltd
  • Nutrition Group PLC
  • M&S
  • Pharmacare Europe Ltd
  • PhD Nutrition
  • Phytophar
  • Principle Healthcare Ltd
  • Protein World
  • Ocado
  • Tesco
  • Vitabiotics
  • Vitablend Nederland B.V
  • Vitamex/DCC Health & Beauty
  • Vitrition & Health Innovations
  • Waitrose


  • Special exhibiting rates
  • Unique profiling in the printed Event Guide
  • x2 VIP passes


For more information on how you can participate or to find out other exhibiting options at Food Matters Live 2020, please contact:

Beata Griskevic

T: +44 (0)20 38489459



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