The global nutraceutical event

Event Partners and Supporters

Vitafoods Europe is proud to have successful partnerships with the following leading associations and organisations from the nutraceutical, functional food, functional beverage, dietary and nutritional industries.

If you would like to work with Vitafoods Europe as an association or event partner in 2018, please contact Justyna Musial

The European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA)  is the trade association representing the European sports nutrition industry. Membership includes international brands; specialist companies; ingredients’ suppliers; among others. We work towards appropriate European legislation that doesn’t limit the industry, take the argument for sports nutrition to the press, and disassociate responsible brands from those tarnishing the sector’s reputation.

GOED Omega-3 is a proactive accountable association of the finest manufacturers, marketers, and supporters of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids, working to educate consumers and government groups, the healthcare community and the industry, while setting high ethical and quality standards for our business sector.

The Innova Database is ultimately the product of choice for the whole product development team. See what food manufacturers are doing around the world in a way you never thought possible. Track trends, competitors, ingredients and flavours. It contains excellent product pictures, search possibilities and analysis.

The International Probiotics Association (IPA)  is a global non-profit organization bringing together through its membership, the probiotic sector’s stakeholders including but not limited to academia, scientists, health care professionals, consumers, industry and regulators. The IPA’s mission is promote the safe and efficacious use of probiotics throughout the world. Holding NGO status before Codex Alimentarius, the IPA is also recognized as the unified “Global Voice of Probiotics®” around the world. 

Nutrition Capital Network (NCN) connects investors with high potential growth companies in the nutrition, health and wellness industry. NCN hosts four investor meetings: Spring (New York), Fall (San Francisco), Europe (Geneva) in May and Las Vegas in Fall for science ingredients. Since 2007, 475 companies have presented at 27 NCN meetings.

NutriMarketing agency is decidedly not like the others. We are always on the lookout for new emerging trends and we have a prospective vision of the immediate present and short and long term future. We are heading the Innovation Tours for the event, please contact us if you would like more information or would like to register.

The British Contract Manufacturers and Packers Association represents its members involved in contract manufacturing and packing across the UK. With over 140 BCMPA members providing a range of services from filling to grinding, blending, NPD, fulfilment and storage and many more;  the search criteria on the BCMPA website allow prospective customers to find solutions to their outsourcing requirements.   

The European Federation of Health Products Manufacturers Associations (EHPM) represents the interests of specialist health product manufacturers and distributors in Europe. It was created in 1975 and represents over 1600 health-product manufacturers in 13 European countries. EHPM works towards developing an appropriate regulatory framework for food supplements throughout the EU. EHPM promotes industry best practices for product quality and safety in order to provide consumers with safe, science-based, high quality products as well as accurate and helpful information about their nutritional value and use. Over 90% of the companies that are members of EHPM through their national associations are SMEs.

The Polish Council for Supplements and Nutritional Foods (KRSiO) was established in 2004 in response to rapidly growing market of dietary supplements and functional foods in Poland, as well as significant national and European regulatory changes. KRSiO supports manufacturers by providing general legal counseling and training in terms of production and selling in accordance with high quality and safety standards.

FAIA (Food Additives and Ingredients Association) represents UK companies and UK-based subsidiaries of international companies manufacturing, compounding, blending, formulating food additives and ingredients. It promotes a better understanding of the importance of food additives and ingredients, and aims to helps improve the business climate in which additive and ingredients companies canoperate successfully. It also makes representation to relevant authorities on all aspects of food additive and ingredient legislation.

The CRN UK is a non-profit making trade association representing the food supplement industry in the UK. CRN UK is leading the industry in the focus and quality of its technical and scientific work. was found in 1979 and is based in London. Its members are leading manufacturers and suppliers of food supplements, functional foods and their ingredients. Whilst its members represent a significant share of the food supplements found in leading pharmacies and supermarkets in the UK, as well as those sold directly to consumers, CRN UK has a European and international outlook and its members supply to or market food supplements across Europe and the rest of the world.

The Japanese Society of Antiaging Nutrition (JAAN) started its operations in 2008 in Japan with the support of various scientists from Japan and Europe willing to promote the importance of impact of nutrition on Health studies.Its members, professionals, scientists, professors and researchers, are dedicated to provide and share elements of research on anti-aging food. JAAN aims to improve interactions between and among professionals, scientists and experts from various horizons. JAAN encourages interactions between actors of anti-aging nutrition. JAAn encourages research on the benefits of food on healt; fosters mutually productive relationships between Asian and European research facilities and industries;promotes nutrition as a tool for prevention of age-related diseases. 

European Whey Processors Association (EWPA) promotes good communication and understanding on Whey and related issues towards potential customers and consumers. It supports its Members in developing and sustaining markets based on knowledge and information.