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New Horizons for Eco-Labels and Sustainability

Some of the key sustainability challenges facing the food industry were discussed at the European edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit. Hosted in Amsterdam on 5-6th June, the summit focused on sustainable proteins, future of clean labels, and impact of new technologies. The summit materials are now available for a professional fee. Click here for further details.

With a proteins crisis looming over the food industry, industry experts discussed the viable protein alternatives to meat and seafood. An update was given on free-from and clean labels in the food industry, whilst the new technologies session looked at influences on food production, distribution and marketing. View the summit pics here

The next editions of the Sustainable Foods Summit will take place in 2015. The North American edition will be in San Francisco (21-22 January), European edition in Amsterdam (4-5 June), whilst the Latin American edition will be hosted in São Paulo (end-June). Please register to get regular updates.

The Sustainable Foods Summit is a series of international summits that focuses on the leading issues the food industry faces concerning sustainability and eco-labels, such as Organic, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, UTZ Certified, etc. The aim of the Sustainable Foods Summit is to explore new horizons for eco-labels and sustainability in the food industry by discussing key industry issues. More details

Previous edition: Watch the video!

The 2013 European edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit was also hosted in the international city of Amsterdam. Practical methods of reducing the environmental impact of food products by using sustainable ingredients and changing consumer behaviour were discussed. The summit brought together over 160 executives from the food industry. View the summit pics here

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Organic Monitor

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