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Europe’s leading meeting place for corporate leaders delivering supply chain sustainability. Back now for its 10th year, it’s the go to event for professionals working in supply chain, procurement, sourcing, sustainability or CSR.
The 2015 event will address some of the key issues and opportunities, including: impact measurement, supplier development, responsible sourcing, R&D innovation, consumer engagement, scaling up, and resource efficiency. Confirmed speakers include:
AkzoNobel, Director Procurement, Dick Bartelse
Olam International, Head – Corporate & Sustainable Communications, Briony Mathieson
GSK, Head of Global Environmental Sustainability, Matt Wilson
Amcor, Vice President – Safety Environment & Sustainability, David Clark
Eastman, Chief Sustainability Officer, Godefroy Motte
BAM Construct UK, Director of Sustainability, Nitesh Magdani
ArcelorMittal, Corporate Responsibility – General Manager, Alan Knight
MolsonCoors, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Debbie Read
Interserve, Head of Sustainability, Colin Braidwood
If building sustainable and secure global value chains and learning more about top trends in the space in 2015 are of interest, download your full Sustainable Supply Chain Summit brochure here.
Organised by the non-profit organisation, Food Tank, this year’s summit will bring together more than 70+ expert speakers who are among the top leaders across all sectors of the food industry, including business, government, and elected officials; nonprofit groups; farmers’ organizations; unions; funders; chefs; and more. Each panel will be moderated by an expert journalist or food advocate.
Researchers, farmers, chefs, policy makers, government officials, and students will come together for interactive panels on topics that include Uncommon Collaborations, Improving Nutrient Density, Protein for the Planet, Investing in the Food Movement, Legislating Change in Agriculture, Chefs Leading the Food Movement, Innovating and Adapting to a Changing Food System, Food Security and Conflict, among other topics. The entire two-day event will be live streamed on www.FoodTank.com.
Over 200 sustainability leaders and experts from business, government, NGOs and academia in Washington DC will come together to explore the role of standards in driving greater positive social and environmental impact.
There will be discussions and debates on how standards systems can harness technological advances, new tools and opportunities for collaboration so that they can evolve, improve impacts and scale up. It will explore how standards can maintain credibility at the core of what they do as they grow in a range of sectors and commodities.
Food Factory is a leading European event on the Food Factory for the Future for the scientific community and companies. Since 2001, the Food Factory conferences have been jointly organized by Laval Mayenne Technopole (LMT, France) and SP Food and Bioscience (previously SIK, Sweden).
This international and multidisciplinary conference is oriented towards industrial applications and it will take place in four successive thematic sessions:
New Food Factory
Safe Food Factory
Green Food Factory
Smart Food Factory
Scientists (PhD students researchers) from academic and industrial research centers are invited to submit their communication proposals as a one page abstract no later than Friday, April 15th, 2016.
The Scientific Committee will then select among the abstracts, the papers to be presented in the conference sessions, and those presented as posters.
Now in its 8th year, the Global Sustainability Standards Conference will take a look into the future of trust. With the emergence of new initiatives, new technologies, new expectations, how are standards and certification systems rising to the challenge of doing more while maintaining credibility? How are businesses, producers, and other stakeholders playing a role in meeting new commitments and achieving positive impacts?
Through the lens of specific topics, issues and case studies from a range of sectors, we will explore changing stakeholder perceptions and expectations around trust. Join 400 senior professionals working in businesses, NGOs, government and academia, as we delve into the hot topics in the realm of standards and certification, and look at how standards can provide certainty in an uncertain world.
Food Factory is for the future for the scientific community and companies.This international and multidisciplinary conference is oriented towards industrial applications and it will take place in four successive thematic sessions.
Supported by over 100 worldwide professional media, foreign embassies and the consulates of Indonesia, USA, Chile, Thailand, Argentina, and Spain in Guangzhou, the Guangzhou International Fruit Expo (Fruit Expo 2018) is going to be staged on a show floor of 23,000 square metres. It will welcome more than 400 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors to Guangzhou, China from 27-29 June.
Over the past 20 years, the ingredients industry has evolved significantly with customers actively seeking functional foods to meet their nutritional challenges: from antioxidants to anti-allergens, from fat reduction to sports nutrition and healthy ageing.
Germany is the largest marketplace in Europe for functional food, health ingredients and healthy finished products. Frankfurt is centrally located in the heart of the country and serviced by a world-class infrastructure making it an ideal location for Hi Europe & Ni.
Join us from 27-29 November 2018 to be part of meeting place for the health, natural and nutrition industry.
With more than 1,000 international exhibitors, VIV Asia offers a unique selection, comprising global market leaders and regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance. Professionals active in the production of pig meat, poultry meat, eggs, fish and dairy all have numerous reasons to meet up in Bangkok.
As the One and Only trade show held specifically for the fruit industry in South China, Guangzhou(China) International Fruit Expo 2019 will be held in Guangzhou, China Import and Export Fair Complex during June 27th-29th,2019.
Preview of Fruit Expo 2019
Supported by 208 Guangzhou-located foreign embassies and consulates of Indonesia, USA, Chile, Thailand, Argentina, Spain, Malaysia, Australasia, Greece, and Vietnam and overseas professional associations, magazines, websites, Fruit Expo 2019 is going to be staged on a show floor of 30,000 sq.m, hosting 500+ exhibitors and 30,000 visitors. Hosted in Guangzhou, one of the biggest fruit trade hubs in Southeast Asia, Fruit Expo 2019 will be able to put its hands on the best industry resources for its attendees to share!
Review of Fruit Expo 2018
On a show floor of 10,000㎡, over 160 exhibitors gathered for the show, including Pagoda (Biggest Fruit Chain Store), JD.com (One of biggest E-commerce Platforms), Great Sun Food (One of Biggest Fruit Suppliers), Walmart (One of Biggest Retail Store) and etc. For international pavilions, overseas exhibitor groups from 6 countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Chile, India, Philippines, Greece), in addition to those independent exhibitors from Malaysia, Pakistan, Turkey, and Indonesia, marking a stunning overseas exhibitor attendance rate of over 30%! 90% exhibitors were content with the show. Many of them said that they will return for Fruit Expo 2019.
− Fresh Fruit: fresh fruits, fresh cut, organic product, etc.
− Processed Fruit: frozen fruit products, dried fruits, fruit cans, fruit juice, fruit jam, preserved fruits, nuts, highly processed fruits, etc.
− Fruit Processing Equipment & Technology;
− Cold Chain & Logistics;
− Fruit Growing & Post-harvest Handling;
− Fresh Retail & Related Technology; etc.
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