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New Horizons for Eco-Labels and Sustainability

The premier Asia-Pacific edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit brought together about 100 senior executives from the regional food industry to debate sustainability issues. Discussions centered on sustainability developments, health impacts, food ingredients, and organic market potential. The summit materials (presentations) are now available for a professional fee. Click here for further details.

How can food & beverage firms improve the health value of their products? What is the role of natural sweeteners and plant-based proteins? What are the opportunities for Asian companies in the global & regional organic food market? How can ethical consumerism be encouraged in the Asian region? What are the key sustainability lessons from pioneering brands and retailers? The summit addressed such questions in a high-level forum. View the summit pics here

In 2018, the summit will be hosted in four regions: North America (30-31st January, San Francisco), Europe (14-15th June, Amsterdam), Asia-Pacific (4-5th September, Singapore), and Latin America (November, São Paulo). Organised by Ecovia Intelligence (formerly Organic Monitor), the Sustainable Foods Summit is an international series of summits that focuses on the leading issues the food industry faces concerning sustainability and eco-labels, such as Organic, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, etc. Please register to get regular updates.

Previous edition: Watch the video!

The prior North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit was hosted in San Francisco on 18-20th January 2017. Focal themes of of this edition were sustainable food systems, food traceability, sustainable finance, food ingredients, and waste impacts.

Organised by:

Ecovia Intelligence

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Supporting Organisations:

OFDC Australian Organic
FIA Fairtrade Asia Pacific

Media Partners:

Asia Food & Beverage Report
Asia Pacific Food Industry
Food and Beverage Asia
Asia Food Journal
Organic Wellness News
World Press Online