Food tech Matters 2020 goes virtual!

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What’s next after pasta? A look at consumer trends in the new normal
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed consumer perception of the food industry and supply chains, with workers in the industry being recognised for their resilience and being key to our health and wellbeing. The crisis has caused some noticeable short-term changes in consumer purchasing behaviour but how will it affect long-term consumer trends?

In this podcast, in partnership with Givaudan, we look at how the pandemic is impacting consumer trends. Find out from those in the know at Givaudan how consumer behaviour is changing, what data they’re seeing, and how the new normal is taking shape today.

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Imagine, learn and connect – in a virtual world

To make Food Tech Matters as accessible as possible to the global food tech community this year, it’s going virtual this October. Join an unrivalled cast of international speakers via interactive webcasts and meet investors, start-ups and corporates via our bespoke 1-2-1 meeting platform. Find out more

Searching for the ideal entry-level recruit?

The brand new Food Matters Careers hub is already attracting interest from entry level candidates eager to find their perfect role in the food and nutrition industry. Access new talent, share your opportunities, make new connections. Join today

Deadline extended: enter your product, brand or team 

You still have until Friday, August 21st to enter the Food Matters Live Awards 2020. Adding ‘award winner’ to your credentials can be instrumental to your success, grab your chance to win this year. Find out more

Make your product a star of the Future Brands

The Future Brands competition at Food Matters Live has been expanded for 2020. Submit a video presentation of your product before July 31 for your chance to be shortlisted to pitch your product to a panel of buyers and industry experts including Waitrose, Selfridges, Hello Fresh, and more. Find out more

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