Don't Miss Out: Probiota 2022 early bird ticket offer ends later this week!

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Don't Miss Out: Probiota 2022 early bird ticket offer ends later this week!

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After the enforced hiatus in 2021, Probiota is back! Next stop? Copenhagen between 23 - 25 February 2022.

Here we’ll once again bring you the key themes and the very best insights that you’ve come to expect from the nutrition industry’s leading probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome event.

But a quick reminder first. The early bird offer entitling you to a 20% discount on the ticket price will end this Friday 17 December 2021​.

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After that registering for the three-day festival of science and business will suddenly become slightly dearer!

So, don’t delay. Register now to receive a significant discount on industry places, where you’ll only pay €1160.00​ instead of €1450.00.

Likewise, for academic delegates, the early bird price is only €636.00​ compared to the full price of €795.00.

Moving from the online arena of 2021 to our 2022 Copenhagen venue, the next instalment continues where we left off - exploring the frontiers of prebiotic, probiotic and microbiome science, and how that applies in the commercial world for food, pharma and nutraceutical players everywhere.

Top academics and business leaders from Europe, the USA and Asia will address the world-leading conference, to be held in Copenhagen’s Scandic Copenhagen​, the city’s centrally located hotel with views of the Lakes and Copenhagen skyline.

Key themes announced​


On the agenda at Probiota 2022 ​are core themes that resonate with key decision makers within the microbiome-related industry, whether the expertise is science, regulation and/or business.

Our aim is to provide delegates with the ultimate event to bridge the gap between the worlds of business and primary research, offering unrivalled networking opportunities to expand your professional circle as well as your knowledge of this ever-changing industry.

The early advance programme is now available to download​​​, where you’ll find more information on these core themes along with key focus areas for Probiota 2022.

These areas include:

  • Next Generation probiotics for weight management/ obesity
  • Fermented foods and dietary microbes
  • The global e-commerce market for probiotics
  • Beyond probiotics with postbiotics and phages
  • Latest advances in the microbiota-gut-brain axis
  • The opportunities of Live Biotherapeutics/ Pharmabiotics
  • Opportunities for the skin and oral microbiome
  • And surveying the regulatory landscape across Europe: From Brexit to EFSA

Speakers set to appear

Probiota 2022 speaker

Our speaker line up is equally impressive with the likes of Adam Baker, Director of Science, Human Health, Chr. Hansen and Briana Kozlowicz, Microbiome Program Manager at Cargill, scheduled to appear.

Also, on the agenda is Dr Kimmo Makinen, Innovation Director at Novozymes OneHealth, Marta Tortajada Serra, VP of Science & Technology for Health & Wellness at ADM and Bruno Pot, Science Director Europe, Yakult Europe, all confirmed to speak at the event.

We also say hello again to old friends of NutraIngredients with George Paraskevakos, Director of the International Probiotics Association (IPA) and Johanna Maukonen, Global Health and Nutrition Science Leader at IFF Health, both in attendance.

Combine these speakers with the event’s highlights like Scientific Frontiers​, Probiota Pioneers​, Fermented Food Showcase and Chr-Hansen’s Run or Walk and you have a recipe for an event set to be bigger, better and more informative than ever before.

Download​ the advance programme now to find out more!​​

Register now​ to receive a significant discount on both industry and academic delegate places at Probiota 2022!​​​

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