Healthy Ageing APAC Summit: Top Japan brand FANCL and National University of Singapore added to agenda

By Gary Scattergood contact

- Last updated on GMT

Delage sales are now open for the second Healthy Ageing APAC Summit.
Delage sales are now open for the second Healthy Ageing APAC Summit.
Major Japanese supplement brand FANCL will be sharing its expertise on the ageing society in Japan at the second Healthy Ageing APAC Summit, which will take place in Singapore in July.

The summit, organised by NutraIngredients-Asia and FoodNavigator-Asia will hear from Dr Yumika Okada, Group Manager from the company’s Supplements Research Group.

We can also announce that Dr Feng Lei, a Principal Investigator at the Department of Psychological Medicine, National University of Singapore, will also take to the stage to discuss his latest research around the prevention of dementia and cognitive decline in late life.

Dr Okada and Dr Lei just a stallar line-up of speakers from big name brands, suppliers and academics.

Confirmed speakers include:

Dr Siow Ying Tan, PepsiCo’s R&D Global External Innovation Lead of Academic Partnership

Dr Jörg Hager, Genetics Lead, Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences

Belinda Reynolds, Director of Research, Product development and Emerging markets, BioCeuticals / Blackmores

Dr Reshmi Rajendran, Director of Danone’s global R&I Precision Nutrition D-Lab.

Dr Daisuke Fujiwara, Deputy Director of Kirin’s Business Creation Department

Dr Chan Shu Ting, Chief Supervisor of the Nutrigenomic Department at TCI Gene.

Joanne Todd, Challenge Director at New Zealand’s High Value Nutrition Challenge.

Joy Beckerman, Regulatory Officer and Industry Liaison, Elixinol

Sandhya Sriram, CEO, Shiok Meats.

Alexandra Jones, the George Institute for Global Health

Dave McCaughan, Founder, ai.Agency

Amit Srivastava, Founder, the Responsible Nutrition Association of India

Steven Bartholomeusz, Policy Director, Food Industry Asia

The summit will take place at the Hilton Singapore between July 9 and 11, and assess nutrition and food solutions to Asia-Pacific's population challenges.

The Asia-Pacific region is currently home to about 60% of the world's population of older people, defined as those aged 60 years or older.

And the number of older persons in the region is expected to more than double from 600 million in 2018 to nearly 1.3 billion by 2050.

This means the demand for nutrition and food products suitable for the elderly population will soar, while younger people are increasingly aware that the nutrition and health choices they make today will affect their quality of life in older age.

This event will look at how the nutrition and food industry can meet the needs of the rapidly ageing populations of today, and more crucially, tomorrow.

Successful summit

Editor-in-Chief of both titles, and Regional Head of APAC at publisher William Reed, Gary Scattergood said: “We are delighted to announce that the event will be attended by a raft of great speakers from so many leading brands, which really goes to show how important this issue is.

“Last year’s event was hugely successful in shining the spotlight on the efforts food and nutrition companies are making to promote healthy changes across all life stages, and this year’s summit is shaping up to even better.”

Last year’s event was attended by over 170 delegates from across the globe, with 90% revealing in a feedback survey that it met or exceeded their expectations. 85% said it provided significant value to their business.

The 2019 event has already received sponsorship backing from our valued partners Gencor, Beneo, Rousselot and Fitoplancton.

Register for the event by March 29 to get a 20% discount here https://www.healthyageingsummit-asiapacific.com/register/

For sponsorship enquiries, please email fhrnaa.cru@jeoz.pbz​ or gvz.rinaf@jeoz.pbz

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