As shifts in public opinion alter the competitive landscape in which farmers and companies in global food systems operate, how are they responding?
Following the success of our inaugural Future of Agriculture Summit, join us this November as we encourage conversation and the exchange of ideas with stakeholders and value chain partners from across the agriculture and food production ecosystem.
With 8.5 billion people to feed by 2030, the big challenge for the global agriculture and food industry is how to deliver a secure and safe food supply that doesn’t destroy the environment in the process.
Looked at through the lens of changing consumer expectations, and taking place in the lengthening shadow of climate change, our flagship and high level Global Food Systems conference sets out to uncover how stakeholders are working together to drive more innovation and sustainability into food production and consumption processes.
We will showcase the work of life science companies, pioneering retailers, manufacturers, food processing companies, farmers, agribusiness leaders and technologists that are challenging orthodox thinking about our complex – and increasingly vulnerable – food systems with their sustainable, collaborative and high-impact solutions.
The conference programme is structured to encourage conversation and the exchange of ideas with stakeholders and value chain partners from across the agriculture and food production ecosystem. The audience will include senior level representation from UK and European farms, the multinational companies that supply and buy from farmers around the world; multinational food processing, transport and logistics firms, brands, manufacturers and big retailers. It will also include importers and exporters, technology firms, financial institutions and investors, NGOs, international organisations and policy-makers.