World Food Future (WFF) is a World’s First-of-its-Kind multi-stakeholder conference that brings together all key stakeholders onto ONE platform for just ONE day to discuss the most important food and nutrition perspectives and the most up-to-date food innovations.
Topics we cover at our conference include: the latest in nutrition research, food sustainability issues, food security complexities and the future of our food. For every panel, we aim to ensure a multi-pronged stakeholder viewpoint: eg. business, policymaker, scientist, investor – for a more holistic presentation of an undoubtedly complex topic.
Key stakeholders as conference panelists and/or attendees include: the government, big business, SMEs, banks and venture capital, nutritionists, scientists, doctors, media and the CONSUMER.
Our conference primarily focuses on giving CONSUMERS affordable access to food knowledge to enable better decision making for themselves and their families.
Although there are many food conferences around the world largely focused on trade fairs, governmentXbusiness exchanges or scientific presentations – none are truly consumer focused at this point in time. Access and affordabillity to serious thought-provoking conferences for the lay consumer is simply non-existent.
Focusing on the consumer is our passion as we strongly believe that there is an ever rising tide of demand for consumer knowledge / education. Questions such as : What am I truly eating? Can I trust food labels? How would this impact my body? How is this product sourced (which country)? Is this product sustainably sourced? What is the government doing about helping our kids eat better? Are food companies interested in the health of consumers? And increasingly, what food companies should I invest in? ….These are some questions that World Food Future helps to answer – by giving consumers affordable access to experts.
All net proceeds from World Food Future conference goes towards our FREE 6-module school nutrition education program for primary school kids aged 7-12 years old. Pls click here for more information.
In a fast-moving world of food scares, fake news and health epidemics, WFF’s mission of elevating and clarifying important food nutrition and science conversations is imperative!