FoodNavigator Unlocking Innovation Series: Join Yili, DuPont, Beneo, Sanitarium and NUS at free preventive health, wellness and nutrition webinar.
It will be broadcast at 1pm Singapore-time on Tuesday, August 4. The ‘Unlocking Innovation’ series has run across July and early August, and is free to access.
Registration provides access to all 12 webinars brought to you from our teams in APAC, Europe and the Americas, either in real-time or ‘on-demand’.
Gary Scattergood, Editor-in-Chief of FoodNavigator-Asia, said: “The food and beverage development industry is facing an unprecedented challenge in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic… but as with all challenges there also comes opportunity.
“That’s why FoodNavigator is embarking on an ambitious global series to seek the game changers, disruptors and pioneers who are unlocking innovation.
“The series addresses the biggest issues for new product development spanning research, sustainability, health and wellness, supply chains as well as intelligent investment.”
The schedule for the APAC webinars is:
Unlocking innovation: Start-ups, new business development & funding
July 1 at 1pm SGT. Listen again
Unlocking innovation: NPD and the evolving consumer landscape
July 7 at 1pm SGT. Listen again
Supply Chain and Sustainability: Disruption to Opportunity
July 28 at 1pm SGT. Listen again
Unlocking innovation: Preventive health, wellness and nutrition
August 4 at 1pm SGT
The guests for our August 4 webinar are:
Anke Sentko, Vice President Regulatory Affairs & Nutrition Communication, BENEO Institute
Mihir Joshi, Marketing Manager, DuPont Nutrition and Biosciences
Dr Yun Zhan You, Assistant President, Yili Group
Prof Jeya Henry, Director, Clinical Nutrition Research Centre (CNRC) / NUS
Shane Landon, Nutrition Insights Manager, Sanitarium.
Gary added: “APAC consumers increasingly want products that not only look and taste great, and provide nourishment, but also boost their health and wellness.
"In the APAC edition of this webinar, we’ll be assessing the demand for functional products and fortified goods in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, plus how this will spur even greater demand for reformulated products containing less sugar, salt and fat.”