In April 2016, Singapore will host the first ever Food Vision Asia event, a forum that brings together senior figures in food R&D, marketing and business strategy from Asian food and nutrition businesses and from non-Asian companies eager to leverage opportunities in this expanding market.
In May 2016, Chicago will host the first ever “Healthy & Natural Show,” bringing together retailers and product manufacturers alike who are disrupting the industry with new and innovative products and sustainable practices. Organized by William Reed Business Media, this event offers the opportunity to generate high-impact partnerships and meet face to face with the right buyers and decision makers. Join us in Chicago, May 5-7, where leading experts will discuss a comprehensive overview of the specialized sensibilities of this market, as well as trends and behavior among food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, and healthy living.
Probiota Americas teams up with the IPA World Congress. Join us in Chicago at the end of May when we bring together eminent scientists and business leaders from the pre & probiotic focused nutrition and beverage industries of North and South America.
The Food Vision USA, the leadership forum for the nutrition industry, returns to Chicago! The third event in our annual Food Vision series of leadership forums will focus exclusively on the dynamics of the world’s biggest food market and the energy and creativity of the manufacturers operating within it.
Food Vision is an all inclusive, three day event with a format designed to facilitate knowledge transfer; develop commercial opportunities, and grow business relationships for leaders in the international nutrition and food & drink industries.
Protein is a hot trend in food formulation right now. But is this a sustainable trend or a passing fad? How much protein is enough, and do the next generation of proteins, from rice and pea to algae and insects, deliver in the same way that soy and whey do? And how should you position your protein-packed products? To find out, we've gathered together food manufacturers, trend watchers and formulation experts to explore how food and beverage manufacturers can respond to this growing trend.
In October 2015, Chicago will host the first ever Food Vision USA event. Building on the success of the Food Vision global event, held annually in Cannes, France since 2013, Food Vision USA will focus exclusively on the dynamics of the world’s biggest food market and the energy and creativity of the manufacturers operating within it.
What’s hot in dairy? Grass-fed everything? Yogurt for men? Tummy-friendly milk? A whole milk resurgence? What’s next after Greek yogurt, and is the high-protein trend a fad? To find out, FoodNavigator-USA has gathered togetherCEOs from some of the most innovative dairy companies in the US, spanning everything from cottage cheese to Icelandic yogurt.
In June 2015 San Diego will be the host city for the first ever Probiota Americas, bringing together eminent scientists and business leaders from the pre & probiotic and microbiota focused nutrition and beverage industries of North and South America. Organized by the publishers of NutraIngredients-USA.com, the number one daily news service for the functional foods and supplements industries, Probiota Americas will explore the probiotic scientific frontier, its evolution and commercial application in food, supplements and related product areas. Join us in San Diego on 3-5 June where leading experts will present the latest scientific, technical and market insights and business and academia from across the Americas will come together to discuss innovation and growth in today’s market.
With uncertainty over GMO labeling creating anxiety throughout the food supply chain, more and more manufacturers are exploring how to avoid GMOs - whether they have a problem with them or not. In this FoodNavigator-USA online forum, we gather together experts to help our readers/listeners understand market trends in organic and non-GMO, stay up to date with what is happening from a regulatory perspective, and navigate the minefield of the non-GMO verification process.