Food Matters Live – which took place in London 18-20 November – was a new event dedicated to food, health and nutrition. LiveWell was excited to be one of over 200 exhibitors showcasing developments in nutrition and health.
Food Matters Live expected to welcome thousands of visitors from a range of professions and disciplines, including food science and manufacturing, R&D, food marketing, retailing, nutrition and public health.
What was happening at Food Matters Live?
1. Over 20 interactive and lively debates from world-leading experts in nutrition, health and food, exploring a range of compelling topics, from understanding the complex issues affecting the nutritional state of the nation, to exciting new developments in food science and innovation. View the conference >
2. A carefully curated exhibition featuring 200 leading organisations from global corporations to some of the sector’s most exciting new ventures, including The Unilever Foundry, Leatherhead Food Research, Food and Drink Federation, British Nutrition Foundation, Kellogg Group, A2 Milk, Tesco Food Academy, Hospital Caterers Association (HCA) and the Association for Nutrition and of course, LiveWell for LIFE. View the exhibitor list >
3. Over 450 renowned speakers from across industry, government and health. Speakers include Professor Susan Jebb, Professor of Diet and Population Health in the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, The University of Oxford and Chair of The Department of Health Public Health Responsibility Deal Food Network; Professor Judith Buttriss, Director General, British Nutrition Foundation; and Linda Hindle, Lead Allied Health Professional, Public Health England. View the speakers >
4. More than 80 free-to-attend seminar sessions covering essential topics ranging from successful ways to reduce salt, sugar and fat, to new developments in nutrition and wellbeing, such as nutrition for ageing, immune health and cognitive performance. View the seminars >
5. Interactive attractions and practical demonstrations bring to life the learning from the education programme. These will include cookery demonstrations and tastings exploring the nutritional and sustainability benefits of alternative food sources. Meanwhile, other attractions will focus on how differences in textures, colours and appearance can affect consumers’ decisions, and potentially encourage healthier choices. View the attractions >
Form more information, please visit the Food Matters Live website.