Diabetes, the double burden of malnutrition, personalised nutrition and sustainability: these are four of the most pressing APAC food and nutrition trends, according to industry experts speaking at our Food Vision Asia 2017 summit. Read more >
With a staggering one million Singaporeans forecast to have type 2 diabetes by 2050 – that’ll be one-sixth of the population – this month’s Nutrition Asia video assesses what is arguably South East Asia’s biggest health crisis. Watch the video >
A stellar line-up of speakers has been announced for the second Food Vision Asia summit being held in Singapore – while food start-ups and entrepreneurs are being urged to enter our Trailblazer’s contest so they can share the stage with Asia’s key food and nutrition decision makers. Read more >
What kind of food will be on our plates tomorrow? Worms and crickets? And what will it take for the industry to pick up on this trend and make headway with it? Read more >
Snacking is about to get personal with food manufacturers using technologies such as visual and 3D printing to scale up bespoke eating experiences, according to Gil Horsky, global innovation leader at Mondelēz International. Hear more at Food Vision 2017 or read the article here… Read more >
Following the success of I Sea Pasta, seaweed specialist Seamore, has launched a vegan bacon made entirely from seaweed and has further plans to expand its market. Read more
Following a highly successful inaugural event in 2016, Food Vision Asia announces its return to the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore, from April 25-27. Read more >
For the second year running, Food Vision Asia will kick-off following the FIA Annual General Meeting, with the FIA active in the programme throughout the three-day event. On the final day, 27 April, Food Vision Asia will be the 2017 location for the third edition of another FIA initiative, the Asia Roundtable on Food Innovation for Improved Nutrition (ARoFIIN). Held annually since 2015, ARoFIIN brings senior delegates representing government, academia and industry from across Asia together to exchange views and plan initiatives to bring about health-enhancing initiatives in the region’s food industry. Read more >
Food Vision Asia is the first of its kind to be held in Asia, signalling the potential of the region to the food industry. The event is packed with learning points regarding consumer trends, and innovation and marketing ideas. The order of topics of the various presentations were neatly organised in overarching themes. Two of the dominant themes were alternative sources of protein and personalisation which will be analysed in this article.. Read more >
Watch the highlights from Food Vision Asia 2016
A world first
The international launch of the Global Halal Alliance: Agreement Exchange ceremony
Witnessed by His Excellency Dato Seri Mohammed Khaled Bin Nordin, Chief Minister of Johor State Malaysia
Malnutrition – a developed world problem?
Interested in tackling malnutrition? Watch this video from the global Food Vision forum to uncover some surprising facts.