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Watch some of the best presentations from the 2018 Conference to give you a taste what you can expect. Watch the videos below and make sure you don't miss out on your place at this year's Vitafoods Europe Conference!
The World Economic Forum's Future of Jobs report suggests that almost 70% of children entering primary schools today will ultimately work in new job types and functions that currently don't yet exist.
Speed of change be it social, economic, political, technological, environmental is only accelerating.
How is the world of retail changing to keep up? What will be the trends that will increasingly shape the way we transact in 5, 10, 15 years from now? Who will ride the wave and who will drop and drown beneath it?
New process for gathering large-scale real world evidence to support and build health claims
Pharma studies using this process have been peer-reviewed and published, leading to new promotional claims accepted by regulators
Big numbers: >6500 in recent functional food study
Cheaper, quicker and more versatile than RCTs
Panel discussion: How to make money on personalised nutrition?
Examining business and value creation models and debating the need for business eco system innovation. Why is there no mass market offering at the moment?
Adding value to consumers by combining knowledge on customer behaviour and market trends
Creating a new business model: Sharing value amongst companies through strategic partnerships
Classification - what is your product?
Outlining regulatory frameworks for different product categories
Marketing challenges and health claims.
Understanding the rules of communication with consumers and nutritional professionals
Focusing on case law
Comparing how to best test and determine the bioavailability of ingredients
Exploring innovation in the field of increase bioavailability
The world is changing from climate change, population growth and movement and social and political change, making long supply chains both more fragile and more dynamic. Adding these together suggests very different food futures, business models and technology development. What will the industry look like in 20 years' time?