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Events that took place in Vitafoods 2018

At this year’s Vitafoods Europe, we organised a Community Breakfast, where we enjoyed and induldged in a healthy breakfast with your colleagues and peers before the exhibition.

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Visitors and exhibitors joined us on an invigorating 5K Run around the grounds at Palexpo. The fourth edition Vitafoods Europe 5K Run covered an easy 5K lap course, boosted and energised participants before joining the exhibition.

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At Vitafoods Europe we organised an onsite Step Challenge to promote healthy lifestyle, encourage wellbeing among participants as well as share the latest research which demonstrates how this simple exercise can help prevent diseases.

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NCN Europe V presented 12-14 companies looking for investment, licensing or corporate partnerships in a half-day format. Registered attendees received profiles in advance, watched a 10-minute presentations from each company and scheduled one-on-one meetings on site. 

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BASF's Newtrition offers a wide porfolio of high quality health ingredients, such as vitamins. Learn more about their portfolio and new product developments dedicated to sports nutrition.

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Bayer Consumer Health is hosting a hospitality suite and invites healthcare innovators with a passion for nutrition to discover Bayer’s portfolio and our innovation interests behind our leading brands, Berocca, Elevit, Supradyn, One-A-Day and Redoxon.

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Sell your ingredients with ingredientsonline.com and reach North American supply-chain teams 24/7. ingredientsonline.com is a B2B e-commerce global sourcing center supplying factory-direct ingredients to 5,000 members.

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 I Holland provided a networking breakfast at Vitafoods 2018 while discussing how an inexpensive change to tablet punches can extend tooling life by up to 900%.  Participants also had the chance to discuss any other production issues that had experienced and were offered advice on what can be done to reduce these.

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