The first in-person Positive Nutrition Summit arrives in London from 29-30 March and Tate & Lyle are delighted to be listed as Diamond sponsors.
The three-day event will explore the latest in nutrition science and its applications across mass-market food and beverage categories.
A range of key nutrition themes, including reformulation, plant-based, lifecycle nutrition, and more, will be addressed by expert guest speakers, examining how the latest nutritional science and technology can meet evolving consumer demands and look to the future of wellness across mainstream categories including snacking, drinks, and convenience food.
Tate & Lyle will be showcasing its science expertise and innovative solutions for formulating healthier food and beverages to customers from a booth location, as well as contributing to the following discussions:
Panel: Reformulating HFSS, Without Sacrifice, featuring Saquib Ramday, Head of Category Developer and Planning, Europe.
Roundtable: “Making Nutrition Accessible- the next industry challenge”, led by Will Ballantyne, our Bakery Technical Category Manager for Europe.
Presentation: “The role of fibre in ensuring healthy ageing through the lifespan”, delivered by our own Davide Risso, Senior Research Scientist, Global Nutrition.
“We are excited about the Positive Nutrition Summit,” says Marina Di Migueli – Global Sr. Marketing Manager, Health & Wellness. “Having diverse industry members come together to discuss new trends and solutions for nutrition and wellness really inspires our teams.
“The topics we will discuss in more detail - such as fibre fortification and its many benefits for example aiding healthy aging), the formulation of foods and beverages with less sugar, salt and fat in the HFSS context, and the accessibility of nutrition, are all topics central to society and the food industry, and for which we offer a range of solutions, strongly backed by science.”
Hosted by Food Navigator, the Positive Nutrition Summit has evolved from digital event to face-to-face, and will be held at the Park Plaza Victoria in London, UK.