How big could organic agriculture potentially become in the US? What percentage of groceries will Americans purchase online? Could cultured meat ultimately replace the farm-raised variety?
To explore these questions - and many more - join us at FOOD VISION USA at Chicago’s W hotel on November 13-15 and meet market researchers, scientists, investors, big food brands such as PepsiCo and Campbell Soup, smaller players such as Miyoko's Kitchen and Good Karma Foods, meal kit CEOs and entrepreneurs developing everything from animal-free gelatin to healthy vending.
Designed to explore cutting edge technologies, emerging trends and hot button issues, and to showcase entrepreneurs that are pioneering new farming methods, food technologies, direct to consumer business models and products at a time when consumer shopping and eating habits are changing rapidly, and food retailers and manufacturers are struggling to adjust, FOOD VISION USA is a must-attend event on the food industry calendar.
What's for dinner tonight?
Amazon's looming presence in this market will also be a discussion point for our 'What's for dinner?' panel discussion featuring Terra’s Kitchen CEO Mike McDevitt, Sun Basket head of marketing Amy Endemann, and Chef'd CEO Kyle Ransford, who will explore the rapidly evolving meal kit market and examine what might distinguish the winners from the losers.
We’ll also talk to Luke Saunders from healthy vending business Farmer’s Fridge to get his take on new ways to answer the perennial question: What’s for dinner tonight?