In October 2015, Chicago will host the first ever Food Vision USA event. Building on the success of the Food Vision global event, held annually in Cannes, France since 2013, Food Vision USA will focus exclusively on the dynamics of the world’s biggest food market and the energy and creativity of the manufacturers operating within it.
SupplySide West sets the stage for all that’s new in the beverage, cosmetics, dietary supplements, food and pharmaceutical industries. Find the latest industry trends and innovations at in-depth Education Tracks, Q&A Panels and Workshops.
Bars or drinks? Weekend warriors or fitness walkers?
The US sports nutrition market is dynamic and diverse beast, valued at an eye-watering $10 billion for drinks, shots, bars, gels, and supplements. But who are the consumers, which products are driving category growth, and what’s next for sports and lifestyle nutrition?
Building muscle, boosting recovery, or enhancing endurance? Sports nutrition products target a range of end points for elite and amateur athletes alike, but which ingredients have the science to support the marketing?
What’s the best way to deliver these?
Which ingredients are emerging?
What’s innovative with protein? And what’s the next big micro-trend within the sports mega-trend?
Cognitive health – memory, reaction time, attention span, and so on – is a lifelong issue: Every life stage has specific nutritional requirements to ensure optimal function and development, or to delay decline.Ongoing research is exploring the potential of bioactives to help boost or maintain cognitive function, with ingredients like omega-3s, curcumin, anthocyanins, lutein, vitamin E, and citicoline supported by a compelling body of science.
The US immune support market is in very rude health. The market is valued at over $15 billion and growing at a compound annual growth rate of over 7% per year, according to Datamonitor.
But which ingredients are driving this growth?
How do they work and how strong is the science? What claims can be made?
Are supplements or functional foods and beverages driving this growth? What do consumers understand? And what’s next for immune support in the US?
In June 2015 San Diego will be the host city for the first ever Probiota Americas, bringing together eminent scientists and business leaders from the pre & probiotic and microbiota focused nutrition and beverage industries of North and South America. Organized by the publishers of NutraIngredients-USA.com, the number one daily news service for the functional foods and supplements industries, Probiota Americas will explore the probiotic scientific frontier, its evolution and commercial application in food, supplements and related product areas. Join us in San Diego on 3-5 June where leading experts will present the latest scientific, technical and market insights and business and academia from across the Americas will come together to discuss innovation and growth in today’s market.
Insights from the aisles are vital for all product formulators and brand owners, but what are the key issues affecting retailers?
How do retailers communicate with consumers?
How is the rise of the online retailer changing the landscape?
What are the key trends at retail?What role do branded ingredients play and how can suppliers participate in the conversation?
Global Ingredient buyers & sellers will discover an expo hall of 350+ booths focused on the health, nutrition, food & beauty industries. Find ingredients, contract manufacturers and packaging companies to aid in successful product launches.
Leaders in R&D, marketing and business strategy who are passionate about innovation and growth come together at Food Vision in Cannes to debate the sources of sustainable growth and profitability in today's global nutrition, food and drink markets. Food Vision is hosted jointly with key industry partners
to provide an annual forum for industry leaders to analyse the big issues confronting the sector today.
A non GMO positioning is gaining in importance in the marketplace, experts agree. Gaining a non GMO certification in supplements is tricky, though, as so many products have multiple ingredients and manufacturers may find it difficult to certify many common excipients as being free of the influence of genetic engineering technology.How important overall is a non GMO positioning and is it worth the cost and complication?