With increasing investment in personalized, healthy and sustainable food solutions, food brands are looking for ways to build bridges with emerging “Food eVangelists” in order to win the confidence of the broader population around food technology and innovation.
In a new paper entitled Creating Permission for Food Innovation, Ketchum – a partner of Future Food-Tech San Francisco – shares its predictions and offers solutions on how today’s food brands can meet the needs of a changing global audience.
Melissa Kinch, Partner & Ketchum West Office Director, will join a 50-strong speaking faculty to share her perspective on “Keeping the Value in Value-Based Food Brands” at Future Food-Tech San Francisco on March 29-30.
To connect with Ketchum and an international network of food businesses, technology leaders, VC investors and food-tech innovators, register your place at Future Food-Tech San Francisco today.
We hope to see you soon!
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