From: December 4, 2020
To: December 4, 2020

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Presentations 

24th November 10:00 – 10:30
Holistic health: what are the opportunities for food and drink producers to cater to consumers’ mental well-being by Emma Schofield, Senior Analyst – Global Food Science

There are opportunities for the food industry to help consumers to support their health in a holistic way, catering to their emotional and mental needs as well as their physical health.

Which ingredients are emerging for mental and emotional wellbeing? How can the food industry help consumers care for health more holistically, looking beyond areas of physical health like bone or immune health?

26th November 10:00 – 10:30
Delivering taste and texture in plant-based foods by Emma Schofield, Senior Analyst – Global Food Science

Plant-based meat and dairy alternatives often fail to deliver eating experiences that delight consumers and secure their loyalty for the longer term.

What are consumer opinions towards the sensory attributes of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives? What can producers do to deliver eating experiences that secure the loyalty of mainstream consumers, helping plant-based foods to expand out of the smaller market of vegans and vegetarians?

30th November 10:30 – 11:00
Four ways COVID-19 has changed specialised nutrition by Rick Miller, Food & Drink Associate Director – Specialised Nutrition

COVID-19 has impacted consumers of specialised nutrition products and is continuing to shape future trends.

What are the four guiding principles for brands operating within specialised nutrition to meet consumer needs post-COVID-19 and how will the pandemic drive technology advancement to merge to revolutionise personal health, naturalness, wellness, and active lifestyles.

Panel discussions

24th November 08:00 – 09:00
Impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the demand for health ingredients – Rick Miller, Food & Drink Associate Director – Specialised Nutrition

25th November 08:00 – 09:00 
Evolving clean label expectations – Emma Schofield, Senior Analyst – Global Food Science

 

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