2016 Future Food-Tech, New York

23 - 24 May 2016    New York, USA


Following on from the success of the sold out event in London, May 2016 will see the arrival of the highly anticipated Future Food-Tech, New York. Future Food-Tech brings together the world’s largest food companies and retailers with innovative technology companies and VC and corporate investors to define the most important areas for innovation in order to meet growing global demand for safe, traceable, nutritious foods.

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Upcoming event

29 - 30 March 2017    San Francisco, USA

The first Future Food-Tech San Francisco summit will bring together key figures from across the food industry, including investors, start-ups, technology companies and food and ingredients manufacturers. With a common goal to meet the global food challenge, the event will create a forum for networking, debate, discussion and learning – showcasing the technologies and championing the innovations which have the potential to transform the sector.

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Past events

04 - 05 November 2015    London, UK

Launched in 2015, Future Food-Tech brings together the key stakeholders and thought-leaders emerging around the globe focused on food safety and traceability, smart packaging, waste mitigation, nutrition and alternative proteins. Future Food-Tech identifies which technologies have the potential to deliver game-changing solutions for the food industry. The goal of Future Food-Tech is to unite investors, food industry leaders and technology innovators in a shared mission to feed the world safely and sustainably, with healthy and nutritious foods.

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03 - 04 November 2016    London, UK

Future Food-Tech will return this winter on 3-4 November in London. A third of the world’s food harvest is lost from field to plate every day. The world’s population is growing by over 70 million people per year. And in a post-Horsegate world, Millennial consumers are better informed than ever and demand more from their food. To address these challenges 40+ speakers will meet to discuss the critical technologies, social innovations, and market opportunities shaping food manufacturing, processing, storage, transport and distribution.

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