The European edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will be hosted in Amsterdam on 15-16th June 2023. Please contact us to get the detailed agenda.

The 2022 European edition comprised four sessions…

Session One: Sustainability Developments

The opening session covered the wider sustainability issues in the food industry.

> Opening Keynote: Sustainable Foods for Biodiversity

> Organic & Sustainable Foods Market Update and Outlook

> EU Green Deal and Farm to Fork Strategy

> COP26, Reforestation and Sustainable Agriculture

> Developing Climate-Neutral Products

> Adding Sustainable Value at Foodservice

> New Packaging Materials for Circularity

> Panel Discussion: Evolution of Sustainability Agenda

Session Three: Future Trends

This session covered future trends in sustainable foods and labelling schemes.

> Opening Keynote: Foods for a Sustainable Tomorrow

> Scaling Regenerative Agriculture Case Study

> Environmental Labelling of Food Products

> The Potential of Cultured Foods

> Vertical Farming for Sustainability

> Upcycled Foods Market Update and Outlook

> Adopting Plastic Neutral Certification

> Panel Discussion: Creating Positive Impacts

Session Two: Ingredient Innovations

This session discussed the use of food ingredients to provide sustainable value and / or innovation, placing emphasis on plant-based proteins.

> Organic Ingredients and Plant Proteins: Pricing Outlook

> Novel Proteins for Plant-Based Foods

> Proteins from Precision Fermentation

> Next Generation of Sustainable Proteins

> Developing Supply Chains for Upcycling Ingredients

> Transparency in Supply Chains: Blockchain Technology

> Sustainable Product Success Stories

> Panel Discussion: Diversity of Food Ingredients

Session Four: Marketing Insights

This session gave marketing insights to assist operators in the sustainable food industry.

> European Plant-Based Foods Market Update & Projections

> Retailing Sustainable Foods

> Building an Ethical Private Label

> Moving to Plastic-Free Products

> Digital Marketing for Sustainability

> Making Plant-Based Mainstream

> Panel Discussion: Marketing Communication Best-Practices