You can now access a brand new resource covering everything from nutrition and health science to retail trends to the future of plant-based, meat free and vegan - already used by thousands of savvy food and nutrition professionals like yourself to get a winning edge for the year ahead.
Popular topics and insights covered include:
- Promoting and supporting lasting behaviour change
Professor Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy, City University London
- How to develop a successful retail marketing strategy
Sophie Davies, Senior Buyer, Planet Organic Ltd
- Ingredient trends to support immune health
Dr Niamh Hunt, Marketing analyst for the Applied Health & Nutrition division, Kerry
- Plant-based consumer and retail trend development
Joanna Johnson, Head of Own Brand Innovation, Asda
The latest consumer attitudes and buying habits and how they are driving retail trends.
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- Future of gut health.
Developing a whole-systems approach to tackling obesity.
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Hear from the Food Matters Live community:
"The Food Matters Live education programme, never fails to disappoint, even with the whole event going virtual this year it was a great success! The variety of scientists, health professionals, brands, research & products presented was a gold mine of insights and inspiration. Now more than ever the food and health industry has a chance to step up and take centre stage as consumers look to improve their health and wellbeing. Thank you Food Matters and thoroughly looking forward to next year!"
Roxane Bakker, Dietitian, vitl