The food system is broken, did you know it?
In the past years tailored diets helped niche markets to live healthier, but today we all need a personalized nutrition, ideally enriched with microbiome’s solutions. The challenge is huge, a change is urgent: intolerances and allergies are creating troubles to a growing number of people worldwide.
Good news! Key nutrients as fibers and polyphenols will be accessible to everyone soon. The Singaporean agri-processing company Tamu will present innovative trailblazing products at the upcoming Future Food Tech Summit, on 21-22 March 2019 in San Francisco (USA). This international event will be bringing together food brands, entrepreneurs and investors to showcase solutions, share ideas and create new alliances.
The theme for 2019 is Transformative Collaborations to Revolutionize the Food Ecosystem. From personalized nutrition, alternative distribution channels and AI, to plant-based proteins and the role of food in health.
A 60 strong speaking faculty will define the most effective routes to market and the collaborative partnerships needed to scale innovation and drive the sector forward.
Among the speakers, Tamu Group’s Chief Technical Officer Jonathan Middis. Dr Middis is a food & beverage technology expert with over 20 years of experience at the cutting edge of R&D in multinational corporations and specialist industry groups.
“Tamu is disrupting the trend by providing scalable solutions that combine science with nutritious natural ingredients and products”, anticipates Dr Middis -. Five10Fibre is a key nutrient of concern for health improvements, this is the perfect timing to improve customer’s gut health and the body’s microbiome”.
Follow Future Food Tech Summit to discover what science is doing and how we can monetize innovation and disruption in a personalized nutrition space. We have reached a tipping point. The microbiome, digital health, DNA and blood testing are all potential gamechangers, but where should we expect to be in the next five years with these technologies? How do we take personalized nutrition and make it fit within a CPG model?
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