Today, NutraIngredients hosts a free half-day online event that bites into I-nutrition and features product developers, market analysts, behavioural psychologists, scientists, marketing specialists and legal experts.
Everything nutrigenomic will be discussed from bio-hacking to the game-changing innovations penetrating the market in real-time; what is coming down the nutritional pipeline in food supplements and functional foods and how the law is coping with such rapid advances in different parts of the world.
The event kicks off at 9am Paris time and is for anyone engaged in nutrition from senior management to researchers and regulation experts, marketing minds, nutritionists, technical staff in food and supplement firms as well as universities, government agencies, NGOs, venture capitalists, start-ups and SMEs.
Already signed up are Arla Foods, Bayer, Blackmores, Coca-Cola, Danone-Nutricia, Ferrero, GSK Consumer Healthcare, Herbalife, Hero Spain, Kellogg's, Kraft-Heinz, Laboratoires Forté Pharma, Mars, Mead Johnson, Merck, Mondelez, Nanomik Nanobiotech, Nestlé, Nutreo, PepsiCo, Perfetti Van Melle, Pfizer, Private Label Brands, PurePharma, Reckitt Benckiser, Robinson Pharma, Roquette, Royal Canin, Sanofi, Sanitarium, Siddharth International, Swisse Wellness, Tata Chemicals, Thai Union, Unilever, Vitamin House, Vitasoy, Weetabix and hundreds more.
"Nutrigenomics offers so much promise - from the malnourished to the overweight to sportspeople to office workers - it's no wonder food and nutrition start-ups are rising and challenging the status quo and the biggest players are investing in it," said NutraIngredients senior editor Shane Starling. "If you don't know what nutrigenomics means, you will after this event."
Click here for free registration and session details and see you online on at 9am CET for #PNEvent17 sponsored by BASF, Roquette, Beneo and Nexira.