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Sustainable foods summit

How Can Brands Break Through Green Glass Ceiling?

A major challenge that organic and sustainable brands face is how to rise above the 'green glass ceiling'? How can such brands break through their niche status and gain mainstream acceptance? How can they maintain their core green values whilst widening consumer appeal? Some insights are given in this research article

The marketing and consumer issues of building sustainable brands, as well as success stories of brands rising above the green glass ceiling will be featured at the upcoming Sustainable Foods Summit. The summit takes place in Amsterdam on 6-7th June. Click here to receive the conference programme.

Featured speakers include...

Simran Sethi
Journalist / Environmentalist,
Sustainability Strategist

What is the psychology behind green consumer behaviour? Learn how the psychological barriers to green purchases can be overcome from this Emmy award-winning journalist.


Conradin Bolliger-Maiolino
Sustainable Private Labels,
Coop Switzerland

Naturaplan is a leading green retail private label in Europe. Gain insights into how it has grown to comprise half of all organic food sales in Switzerland.

Marketing & Consumer Behaviour
For the first time, the summit devotes half the 2-day  programme to green marketing & consumer issues. Topics include...

> Taking an organic brand mainstream
> Building a green retail private label
> Social media & digital marketing to green
> Consumer engagement case study
> Consumer insights into sustainable purchasing
> Overcoming the psychological barriers
> Encouraging consumer behaviour change
> Growing complexity of sustainability in retailing

Other sessions in the 2-day programme are Sustainability Best-Practices and Sustainable Ingredients. Click here to receive the conference programme.

Who should attend?
The summit is designed for business, marketing and technical professionals from food companies, ingredient firms, retailers & distributors, industry organisations & certification agencies, researchers, investors and others looking at sustainability in the food industry.

About the summit
Launched in 2009, this is the 5th European edition of this international series of summits. 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 information, including previous summit testimonials is available here

Early booking rates
The early-booking rate for the Sustainable Foods Summit ends on April 20th.

Larger discounts are available for group bookings, NGOs and academics.

For immediate attention, contact:
Cora Meyer at +44 20 8567 0788
or email


Early Booking Rates

Register by 20th April to get promotional rates!