New Food Conference 2020 – Re-Thinking the Food Industry
August 5 - August 6
New Food Conference postponed due to coronavirus
Organiser ProVeg looks forward to holding the conference in August
Berlin, 9 March 2020. Due to growing concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19), the New Food Conference has been postponed and will now take place on 5 and 6 August 2020 in Berlin. The event was originally scheduled for late April. The venue and format of the show will remain the same.
ProVeg, the organiser of the New Food Conference, explained that the wellbeing of speakers, sponsors, delegates, and staff was the primary concern. Additionally, travel bans might have negatively impacted on the attendance of both speakers and delegates. Faced with the possibility of a less-than-optimum event, and further monitoring the spread of the virus, ProVeg concluded that a postponement would be the best course of action for all parties concerned. This decision had been supported by the organisation’s partners and supporters.
Katleen Haefele, International Head of Food Service & Events at ProVeg, said, “It wasn’t an easy decision for us to make, but we are now looking all the more forward to an attractive and multifaceted event in August. We are convinced that the event will be a great success for all stakeholders, including partners, speakers, and delegates.”
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Disruptive protein technologies and the market for sustainable food solutions are both growing at a mind-blowing pace. The New Food Conference is a unique, industry-oriented event that aims to accelerate and empower these innovative food technologies by bringing together key stakeholders. Its previous edition has been the first conference of its kind in Europe and a unique platform to provoke conversations around the future of food.
After the huge success of the first edition, we are excited to announce the New Food Conference 2020: Taking place on August 5 – 6 in Berlin, the event will gather 500 attendees from all over the world to accelerate the marketplace for plant-based and cell-based food technologies. Participants will meet leading experts, have access to valuable networks, and get the latest on cutting-edge alternative protein innovation and development, investment strategies, plant-based best practices, retail psychology and, of course, the latest news on advancements in the cultured-meat sector.
Get your tickets and learn more about the event at www.new-food-conference.com