Join us for thought provoking conversations on mitigating the impact of coronavirus pandemic on global food supply, along with other important topics.
Global Food Health
Institute Webinar Series
The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the economy not only in the US but around the world. Several questions persist on the future of food and food businesses. Join executive decision makers, scientists, food entrepreneurs, innovators, and investors for thought-provoking conversations on the future of food. Key highlights include:
- Mitigating The Impact Of COVID-19 on Global Food Supply
- Food Safety Post COVID-19: Are regulations changing? Should they change?
- Innovating Food Sustainably To Support How Growing Population?
- Navigating Crisis , Pivoting & Growing Food Businesses.
Strategies To Mitigate The Impact Of COVID-19 Outbreak On Global Food Supply
This conversation will delve into the different ways COVID-19 Outbreak has impacted the food industry. Other crises that may pose a threat to the food industry will be discussed. Strategies to prevent food scarcity on a local and global scale will be discussed. Attendees are open to ask questions
Innovating A Sustainable Future Of Food Post-COVID-19
During this webinar, conversation on how consumer food preferences have changed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. A deep dive into how these changes will affect innovation and sustainability in the food industry will be included. This conversation will be wrapped up by discussing strategies and policies that will promote sustainable and healthier food supply.
Debunking The Myth About Personalized Nutrition And Health, Highlighting The Facts
Personalized nutrition recommendation technology that helps individuals improve their diets to prevent disease will drive more food purchasing decisions in the next decade. Is this a hype? How will consumers drive further change in the food industry? How can innovators leverage technology to inform and educate consumers on the importance of food to health?
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