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Join us at Food Matters Live
23/09/2017

We’ll be representing the importance of healthier food production and marketing at this major cross-sector event – join us as we meet the innovators shaping the future of food and drink

This November we’re delighted to join our sister charities, Consensus Action on Salt & Health (CASH) and Action on Sugar, at Food Matters Live 2017 in London – the UK’s fastest growing cross-sector event showcasing innovation in the food and drink industry. 

The three-day event is dedicated to food, health and nutrition and it brings together different industries including food manufacture, retail, government, nutrition and public health to encourage healthier, more creative and more collaborative food production and promotion. 

The education programme for 2017 features celebrated chef Heston Blumenthal, former Sainbury's CEO Justin King and neuroscientist Baroness Susan Greenfield, heading up an all-star cast of 400 speakers across 100 conference and seminar sessions.   

Our CEO Katharine will be giving a seminar about how nutritional labelling and packaging visuals play an ever more increasing role in consumers’ decision-making process about their food choice.   We’ll get involved in debates on how to prevent long-term disease, and learn from leading experts on the latest advances.  

What’s happening at Food Matters Live?

  • Conferences and debates. More than 50 leading lights from the worlds of politics, retail, manufacturing, science and health will be debating the impact of Brexit, the latest on the childhood obesity plan, assessing the sugar reduction programme, the future of food design and a host of other hot topics. View the full conference programme
  • Seminars. Over 300 experts will offer practical advice based on their real-life experience, covering topics such as obesity, nutrition and well-being, healthy aging, heart and cognitive health, and preventing disease. New for 2017, there will be seminars on the future of food retail, exploring drivers for growth, product trends and insights into the modern shopper, and food futures seminars, focusing on innovative products, processes and technologies. View all seminars.
  • The exhibition. 800 large companies, small start-ups, researchers and ingredients suppliers will demonstrate what they’re doing to improve food and drink production.
  • The Awards. New for 2017, the awards celebrate innovation and creativity across the food and drink industry, categories include ‘better for you’, sustainability and best functional ingredient for health and well-being. 

Read more at foodmatterslive.com

Register to attend

Registration is free and places and will be of interest to professionals in the food industry, retailers, food service providers, government and those working in nutrition and public health. The event takes place from 21-23 November at ExCeL, London. Register here.  




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