The North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will take place in San Francisco on 25-26th January 2023. Please contact us to get the detailed summit agenda.
The summit comprises four distinct sessions…
Session One: Sustainability Developments
The session begins with a keynote on the need to move from sustainable to regenerative practices. How is soil fertility linked to nutritious foods and personal wellness?
> Opening Keynote: Healthy Soil for Regeneration
> Geopolitics and Food Security Outlook
> Sustainable Sourcing Success Story
> Developing Climate Neutral Products
> Regenerative Agriculture Standards Update
> Scaling Regenerative Agriculture: Overcoming Challenges
> Panel Discussion: Setting the Bar for Regenerative Agriculture
Session Three: Marketing Insights
This session discusses the various ways brands are marketing and communicating sustainable products, especially those with novel credentials.
> Developing Plastic Negative Products
> Marketing Beanless Coffee
> Merging Regenerative with Plant-Based
> Impact Communication Best-Practices
> Retailing Trends for Sustainable Foods
> Marketing to the Ethical Consumer
> Panel Discussion: Effective Marketing Communications
Session Two: Ingredient Innovations
This session discusses the use of food ingredients to provide sustainable value and / or innovation to food and beverage products.
> Organic Ingredients & Plant Proteins Pricing Outlook
> Sourcing Regenerative Ingredients
> Upcycling to Create New Ingredients
> Evolution of Plant-Based Proteins
> The Potential of Bee-Free Honey
> Innovating with Plant-Based Ingredients
> New Technologies for Botanical Ingredients
> Panel Discussion: Role of Precision Fermentation
Session Four: Upcycled Foods
Upcycled foods is one of the fastest growing sectors in the sustainable food industry. This session gives a detailed industry update and some future projections.
> Keynote: Innovating With Food Waste
> Certification and standards Update
> Upcycled Food Market Outlook
> Developing Supply Chains for Upcycled Ingredients
> Retailing Upcycled Foods
> Marketing Success Stories
> Panel Discussion: Innovating with Upcycled Ingredients