Food Matters has announced the launch of an innovative digital hub – providing news, views and industry insights from the global food and drink community.
The new website complements Food Matters existing event portfolio, which includes Food Matters Live, Food Tech Matters and Smart Food Matters, and focuses on bringing together a global community changing the future of food, health and nutrition for the better.
The site reflects the innovation, quality and excellence underpinning the future of food, health and nutrition. It is full of new features, intuitive navigation, and a contemporary new look.
One of the platform’s most notable features is a truly personalised experience, which curates tailored food and drink industry news and opinions from around the world.
The site showcases:
• Exclusive insights, news and views from industry insiders
• Videos and podcasts from new thinkers and global innovators
• Latest news and updates from prestigious food and drink events
• Innovative commercial partner opportunities
• A responsive design adapting to mobile devices
The news section features exclusive stories and opinions, important global trends plus updates about upcoming events. Over time this section will grow into an invaluable archive of news and industry insights.
The new digital hub also offers unrivalled opportunities to showcase commercial partners through a range of bespoke opportunities including banner ads, podcast sponsors, and sponsored articles. With a focus on SEO and social media promotion, the hub gives partner brands both global exposure and the opportunity to be associated with a truly innovative new news service.
Food Matters director Briony Mansell-Lewis said: “This is about Food Matters providing our community with unrivalled insights, curated news, video and podcasts on a leading digital platform.
“We’ve built up a vibrant and dynamic global community made up of the brightest minds in the business and we are expanding to bring industry more options of sharing ground-breaking ideas, innovation and best practice.