We're exhibiting at Food Matters Live!
Published: 11 Nov 2014
Food Matters Live is a highly professional unique show unlike any other in the Food and Drink Sector - and subsequently there are many unique opportunities at FML for visitors from NPD, Production, R&D, Packaging and Marketing.
Taking place at London's ExCeL from Tuesday 18 to Thursday 20 November, Food Matters Live is a unique cross-sector forum that's set to attract some 10,000 visitors from the worlds of health, nutrition, research, food and drink retail & manufacturing and government.
It will offer professionals from the industry a host of opportunities to network and collaborate with key figures from across the food and drink sectors, as well as to explore solutions to some of the most urgent issues on the UK's health agenda.
Food Matters Live is supported by the most influential bodies, across Government, the food and drink industry, academia, R&D and highly regarded health and nutrition professionals - reflecting the breadth of the event's content, its stakeholders and participants.
Top tier supporters include the Department of Health, the British Dietetic Association, the Institute of Food Science and Technology, the Food and Drink Federation, Leatherhead Research and Campden BRI.
The three-day event will host a carefully planned exhibition featuring 200 leading organisations, as well as providing an unrivalled education programme delivered by more than 450 speakers.
Conference sessions will feature world-leading experts in nutrition, health and food trends, as well as government ministers, writers and broadcasters, while a wide range of seminars will examine a broad range of topics, from the alarming rise of childhood malnutrition to new ingredients that promise cognitive or cardiovascular health benefits.
We have been approached by several large food manufacturers and retailers such as KP Snacks, Unilever, Tesco, Nestle etc who have recognised the hugely relevant educational and research opportunities at Food Matters Live, to hold guided tours or 'meet and greets' for their staff where they will be using visits to Food Matters Live as training and personal development days.
You can register for free tickets at www.foodmatterslive.com