Breaking News on Food & Beverage Development - North AmericaEU edition | Asian edition

News > Manufacturers

Latest trends on beverages, gluten-free, clean-label, snacks

What is coming up on FoodNavigator-USA’s online events calendar?

Post a comment

By Elaine Watson+

25-Jul-2014
Last updated the 24-Jul-2014 at 19:55 GMT

What is on FoodNavigator-USA’s online events calendar?

From the perils of putting ‘all-natural’ on your label to what beverage execs really think about plummeting sales of diet soda, FoodNavigator-USA’s online discussion forums tackle some of the hottest topics in food and beverage, from the gluten-free market to ‘all-natural’ claims.

Our new series of live discussion forums can be viewed from your computer live or on demand. 

If you have an idea for a new forum, or if you are interested in sponsoring any of these events, please get in touch using the contact details at the end of this article.

Beverage Entrepreneurs Forum - July 23, 2014

FoodNavigator-USA gathered together CEOs from some of the most innovative companies in the US to discuss what's hot and what's not in the beverage aisle from tea for kids and coffee fruit to plant waters; whether Coke's deal with Keurig will turn the market on its head; and why diet soda sales are really in a funk. Click HERE and HERE for the highlights.

Register HERE to watch this event on demand.

Natural & Clean label Forum – September 30, 2014

Our expert panel will explore who is driving the natural and clean label agenda, the latest attempts at defining 'natural', whether 'natural' is losing its luster as a marketing message, where GMOs fit in, and whether the tidal wave of civil litigation over natural claims is making it increasingly risky to make them on pack. We'll also look at how consumers determine if something is natural, clean-label, or less processed and what natural means to shoppers beyond ‘nothing artificial’.

Registration will open soon! 

Business Leaders Forum – January 21, 2015

We’ve gathered together the CEOs of some of the most innovative food and beverage manufacturers in the US to talk about the hottest trends in the market, which companies they admire and why, and what keeps them awake at night.

Beverage Innovation Summit - February 4, 2015

In the inaugural FoodNavigator-USA Beverage Innovation Summit, we’re bringing together innovative beverage manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, marketers and trend-watchers to find out what’s next in the world of beverage and how manufacturers of all sizes can apply a little innovation to their business model. Plus, we'll delve into the future of social media, with a look at some of the innovative ways companies are engaging with consumers and how to the 'Wild West' of Big Data.

Snacking Trends Forum - March 19, 2015

What’s hot in snacks? Insects? Posh jerky? Pea protein? Chickpeas? Brogurt? What’s the difference between a meal and a snack, or are the lines becoming increasingly blurred? What’s a suitable portion-size? And will healthy vending become the norm? To find out, FoodNavigator-USA has gathered together a panel of entrepreneurs and trend-watchers to discuss the hottest new trends in the market, who they admire, and where they see the growth opportunities in the next 3-5 years.

Contact us:

Editorial: Elaine.watson@wrbm.com 

Advertising: Elodie.delannoy@wrbm.com 

Want to watch previous online forums on demand?

Click HERE to register to watch our Gluten Free in Perspective debate from April 2014.

FoodNavigator-USA Gluten-free Forum Highlights: ‘Fad dieters are not buying gluten-free products - they are just avoiding bread’

Click HERE to register to watch our Business Leaders Forum from January 2014.

Highlights from FoodNavigator-USA’s CEO debate: From GMOs to gourmet popcorn, plant eggs & the rise and rise of gluten-free…

Post a comment

Comment title *
Your comment *
Your name *
Your email *

We will not publish your email on the site

I agree to Terms and Conditions

These comments have not been moderated. You are encouraged to participate with comments that are relevant to our news stories. You should not post comments that are abusive, threatening, defamatory, misleading or invasive of privacy. For the full terms and conditions for commenting see clause 7 of our Terms and Conditions ‘Participating in Online Communities’. These terms may be updated from time to time, so please read them before posting a comment. Any comment that violates these terms may be removed in its entirety as we do not edit comments. If you wish to complain about a comment please use the "REPORT ABUSE" button or contact the editors.

Key Industry Events

 

Access all events listing

Our events, Events from partners...