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Future Foods Conference - Global to Local, Land to Brand

Future Foods Conference - Global to Local, Land to Brand

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  • Wed 31 Oct ’18, 8:30am – 5:30pm


Napier Conference Centre, 48 Marine Parade, Napier


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird Ticket: $224.25
  • Standard Ticket: $339.25

Food means many things to many people. To some it is simply fuel for the body and to others it has cultural significance or a way of connecting with whanau.

For some it can be a livelihood and a way of life and increasingly people are making their food choices based on ethical, health and ecological values. Whatever food means to you, there’s no denying its importance to the New Zealand economy.

Hawke’s Bay is renowned as a producer of a wide variety of primary and processed foods, however the future of food is rapidly changing. What might the global food industry look like in the future and what does this mean locally for the region?

How can we ensure we are prepared to respond proactively to the opportunities of the changing landscape, so we can put Hawke’s Bay on the global map as a forward-thinking producer of food and a leader in the food industry from land to brand?

Why Attend the Future Foods Conference?
- Be inspired by how the global future of food is changing and explore the food we might be eating in 20 years’ time
- Delve into the implications and opportunities from land to brand for the region and why continued innovation is essential for the food industry
- Find out how you can get on board with the opportunities

Conference themes:
- Global food trends
- Adding value from Land to Brand
- Alternative Proteins
- Innovation in technology

Early Bird pricing is available until 28 September - discounts available for groups of 4 or more.

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