Creating Nutritious & Healthy Foods for a Climate-Smart Future
Future Food-Tech’s European flagship is back in London on September 28-29, bringing together over 800 leaders from food brands, ingredient providers, pioneering entrepreneurs, and investors, to address the challenges in creating foods that are nutritious, accessible, and climate-smart.
Enjoy a future-focused programme, with thought-provoking discussions and exciting pitches on the latest innovations in improving health through food, elevating the performance and nutritional profile of alternative proteins, and meeting consumer demand for affordable foods whilst reducing carbon footprint throughout the supply chain.
This year, alongside the main stage, take advantage of breakout sessions for more in-depth and interactive conversations, meet dozens of entrepreneurs in our Start-Up Arena, and join the Taste Lab for a chance to try mouth-watering new products at the forefront of food-tech.
With unparalleled networking opportunities, including a dedicated 1-1 meeting room, join us to connect with the food-tech ecosystem, forge partnerships and accelerate the innovation needed to tackle the global food crisis and build a more sustainable and healthy food system.
EIT Food at Future Food-Tech
Richard Zaltzman, Chief Impact Officer at EIT Food, will chair the opening panel discussion 'Nutrition Without Sacrifice: Creating Delicious, Healthy Foods for All', delving into innovative solutions to create healthier products, the impact of processing, and providing measurability and accountability for the nutritional profile of foods.
Joining him on the panel are:
- Carla Hilhorst, Chief R&D Officer for Nutrition, Unilever
- Sean Westcott, SVP R&D, Europe, PepsiCo
- Claire Hughes, Director of Product Development & Innovation, Sainsbury's
- Eric Archambeau, Co-Founder & Partner, Astanor Ventures
Meet our startups
6 startups from our Entrepreneurship programmes are exhibiting in the Start-up Arena. Make sure you stop by for dynamic pitch sessions and to meet the innovators.