Global nutraceutical innovations showcased at Food Matters Live 2019

Published: 30-Aug-2019

As consumer demand for healthy, natural supplements continues to grow, Food Matters Live 2019 brings together the most forward-thinking global innovators in the nutraceutical industry at ExCeL London on 19–20 November

During the two-day event, supported by the UK Council for Responsible Nutrition, visitors will discover the companies introducing some of the most innovative new supplements and nutraceuticals on the market in terms of health claims, functional ingredients, sustainability, efficacy, bioavailability and delivery mechanisms.

Manufactures at the Food Matters Live 2019 Nutraceutical Showcase include OptiBiotix, which has been at the forefront of developing technologies that modulate the human microbiome, and Vitabiotics, whose brand portfolio has some of the fastest-growing supplements in the UK.

Joining them is Lamberts Healthcare, one of the UK's leading suppliers of food supplements to GPs, nutritionists and pharmacists, and Prime Fifty, the only single brand 100% focused on the nutritional needs of the over-50s.

Visitors to Food Matters Live 2019 will also be able to experience first-hand the inventive new nutraceutical products that are being introduced to the market. These include Bimuno — a daily prebiotic fibre supplement targeted to reach the lower intestine intact and scientifically proven to increase levels of beneficial Bifidobacteria in just seven days.

As these healthy, natural nutraceutical innovations continue to drive consumer demand, the supplement market is performing strongly and, according to Mintel, the UK supplement market is expected to hit £457 million by 2021. With such growth comes the challenge of how to keep ahead of emerging trends and identify growing markets.

To address these key questions, Food Matters Live 2019 has invited supplement innovators, nutritionists and industry experts to speak at its exciting seminar programme.

The speaker line-up includes Dr Laura Headley, a nutritional scientist at Evonik Nutrition and Care GmbH, who will be examining how they are boosting omega-3 levels and efficacy through innovative technology. In addition, Dr Aisling Aherne, Nutrition Science Manager at Kerry Taste and Nutrition, will be discussing the role of vitamin K2 in cardiovascular health.

Also, join Samanta Maci, Senior Commercial and Technical Manager at Kemin Human Nutrition and Health, as she looks at how novel algae-sourced ingredients can help to support immune health.

Visitors interested in nutraceuticals won’t want to miss the session with Dr Els van Hoffen, Principal Scientist, Nutrition and Health, at NIZO, as she looks into how manufacturers can substantiate the health benefits of food ingredients to support resistance against infection.

For an exclusive taste of what to expect at the Nutraceutical Showcase, join Table Talk, Food Matters Live’s digest of the latest food and drink news. In a thought-provoking podcast, host Stefan Gates is joined by an expert panel to investigate the future of the nutraceuticals market.

Nick Bennett, Head of Nutrition at Brunel Healthcare and Chair of the Council for Responsible Nutrition UK, Miriam Ferrer, PhD, Head of New Product Development at Cambridge Nutraceuticals, and David Crooks, Nutrition, Science and Communications Manager at The Nature's Bounty Company, will discuss the challenges the sector faces and what the opportunities are for the future.

Food Matters Summit

Running in parallel with Food Matters Live in ExCeL’s prestigious Platinum Suite, the new Food Matters Summit will bring together more than 100 top-level international speakers to lead the debate on the key issues for the global food and drink sector.

From a session celebrating the top 30 disruptors rethinking the way we source, produce, package and distribute food to the race to develop alternative proteins as more people reduce their meat intake, the Food Matters Summit offers delegates unique learning and networking opportunities.

Among the confirmed speakers so far are Dr Gyorgy Scrinis, Food Policy Research Group, School of Agriculture and Food, The University of Melbourne (Australia), Hilary Leam, Group Director of Trading, Holland & Barrett International (UK), Dr Charles Brenner, Charles Brenner Laboratory, Iowa University (US), and Chris Kilham, author, educator and ambassador.

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