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28 – 30 November 2017
Frankfurt, Germany

See Euromonitor speak at this year’s Hi Europe conference. Euromonitor has 5 speaking slots at the conference across our health and wellness, nutrition, ingredients and packaged food industries.

Description: Held once every two years in a major European city, Fi Europe brings together the world’s leading food and beverage buyers, R&D, business development and marketing specialists from all around the globe.

Website: http://www.figlobal.com

SPEAKER
Daniel Lojo, Research Analyst
SESSION TITLE
Category Innovation: Dairy & Bakery - Trends and Prospects in Western Europe
SESSION DESCRIPTION

This presentation examines the current state of the Western European dairy and bakery industries. Several drivers of market growth will be identified, including the countries, new product innovations and consumers’ behaviors that are moving dairy and bakery forward. The Western European competitive landscape for these two categories will also be considered from both the manufacturer and retailer perspective, including strategies followed by existing players in the market which have remarkably impacted dairy and bakery sales. Finally, the discussion will turn to the future and analyze potential prospects, threats, and growth opportunities in these dynamic industries. The presentation will feature the latest data and insights on the dairy and bakery markets from Euromonitor International’s Passport database and should help manufacturers, marketers, and retailers develop a strategic direction for the future.

SPEAKER
Raphael Moreau, Food Analyst
SESSION TITLE
Future Meat Alternatives Beyond Plant-Based
SESSION DESCRIPTION

Presentation will cover these topics:

  • Meat substitutes market sizes and shares
  • Other categories impacted by the rise in high protein content, e.g. cereal bars, yoghurts
  • Notable innovations among high protein products
SPEAKER
Sara Petersson, Nutrition Analyst
SESSION TITLE
Sin tax in food and drink: strategies, outcomes and lessons from the UK and beyond
SESSION DESCRIPTION

As prevalence of obesity and diet-related disease is rising, public health awareness to unhealthy food and drink follows suit. Public health bodies are desperate to find solutions, and one of the possible remedies is sin tax, traditionally associated with alcohol or tobacco. In 2016 the WHO has recommended a minimum 20% excise tax on all sugar sweetened beverages. Though a global perceptive on nutrition and health is necessary, sugar in soft drinks is currently the most heavily targeted of all. This presentation explores the food and drink excise tax strategies, the outcomes known and studied, and the learnings, which can now be applied by the governments and industry.

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