Avec la participation de notre collaboratrice agridées Marie-Cécile DAMAVE
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Unprecedented population growth and the rural exodus of the global middle class are changing the global food footprint. Developing innovative ideas and processes, new products and services, new technologies and new business models will be key to feeding the changing needs of the world’s population; driving more sustainable models of production and consumption, and meeting the challenge of global climate change.
To stimulate our cooperation in this area, the UK’s Department of International Trade (DIT) at the British Embassy in Paris will hold a series of Franco-British roundtables on the 28th February 2019.
This event is an opportunity for French and UK actors to shape together the future of the Food & Drink industry – government, experts and business – sharing best practice, discussing common challenges and identifying new areas for collaboration and exchange.
Additional speakers to be confirmed.
08.45 Registration – coffee & pastries
Deputy Director, Exports and EU Exit, Agri-Food Chain Directorate, DEFRA (UK Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs)
Head of Sustainable Development, Energy & Transport Team, British Embassy Paris
Food Trends for the Future
Chief Marketing Officer for Europe, Survey Institute Kantar (WPP)
Panel 1 : Bilateral consumer trends + Q&A
Experte en transition et innovation alimentaire
Director, Food Matters Live
Panel 2 : Food Safety, Quality, Traceability & Labelling + Q&A
Analytical Scientist, FERA
Veterinary Consultant, Map of AG
Trade Manager, UK Technology and Genetics for Livestock (UKTAG)
11:35 Coffee break
Panel 3 : Science & Innovation towards 2050 + Q&A
Responsable innovations et marchés, AgriDées
Lead Innovation, Agricool (TBC)
UK Food & Drink exports
Deputy Director, Exports and EU Exit, Agri-Food Chain Directorate, DEFRA
13:15 Networking lunch
Please note that the conference will be in English.
Register by 26th February 2019
8h45 - 14h30
British Ambassador’s Residence
39, rue du Faubourg St-Honoré