Registrations are now open for Vitafoods Europe 2023, a global platform for nutraceutical, functional food and beverage and dietary supplement professionals. The event is set to welcome over 15,000 attendees from around the globe to the Palexpo Convention Centre in Geneva from 9-11 May in person, and online 1-12 May.
Visitors can expect to experience exclusive, expert-led content on consumer trends, market opportunities and scientific innovations as well as connect with like-minded peers and suppliers to inspire new collaborations and finished products.
In addition to returning favourites, this year’s event will offer brand new show features such as the new Sustainability Resource Centre and the Startup Innovation Challenge and other content offerings via the Future of Nutrition Summit (8 May) and the Vitafoods Europe Conference (9-10 May) are designed to keep businesses at the leading edge of the industry.
“Vitafoods Europe 2023 aims to create a unique experience that visitors will not just find valuable, but that they will also really enjoy. This year, we are introducing a host of new content, designed to inspire, engage and provide the spark to propel the industry forward,” explained Andy Mather, Brand Director of Vitafoods Europe at Informa Markets. “The new Sustainability Resource Centre will feature innovations and insights from passionate experts dedicated to driving sustainable change in the nutrition industry. Meanwhile, the Startup Innovation Challenge provides an opportunity for upcoming nutraceutical stars to make their mark on the industry … We are excited to welcome everyone in the Vitafoods community back for 2023 both in Geneva and online – including those joining us for the first time – to experience the creativity and collaborations on offer.”
The Vitafoods Europe 2023 agenda will explore everything from market trends, sustainability, women in nutraceuticals and more. Highlights of the event will include the Future of Nutrition Summit where industry leaders and thinkers will discuss trends and technologies that will shape the future of the nutrition industry; Vitafoods Insight Theatre will offer free-to-attend expert sessions diving into current global consumer trends; and the Sustainability Resource Centre, offering presentations and insights into a range of sustainability issues including traceability, regulatory compliance, certifications and others.
“Standing still simply isn’t an option in this industry; people return to Vitafoods Europe year-after-year to drive their businesses forward and be inspired,” added Mather. “We truly believe that Vitafoods Europe 2023 has something for everyone, and that this year’s attendees will experience the very best in industry innovations and insights to keep their businesses at the leading-edge of nutrition.”