International Food and Health Innovation Conference 2006 (IFHIC 2006)
|Event Date/Time: Jul 13, 2005|
Malmö Exhibition and Conference Centre, Malmö, Sweden, 25th-27th October 2006
Leading international players in food science will descend on Malmö, Sweden, in September 2006 for the International Food & Health Innovation Conference (IFHIC 2006).
Diet-related disorders are reaching epidemic proportions in much of the world and pose a major threat to public health. IFHIC 2006 will look at how new science-based food concepts (functional foods) can combat these diseases. These new food concepts will be considered from both a scientific and a commercial standpoint.
The conference will be addressed by leading voices such as Professor Philip James, Chairman of the International Obesity Task Force, Dr Fred Brouns of Cerestar Cargill R&D and Professor David Jenkins of St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto.
They will be joined by many more world-renowned experts from academia, industry, government and networking organisations.
The International Food & Health Innovation Conference 2006 is hosted by the Skåne Food Innovation Network and co-hosted by Vinnova, the Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems. Among co-sponsors is EFFoST, the European Federation of Food Science and Technology. The conference is organised in close cooperation with the Functional Food Science Centre at Lund University, the School of Economics & Management at Lund University, and the regional inward investment agency, Position Skåne.
Media contacts and accreditation
The international media is warmly invited to attend the conference. For information about accreditation or other information about the conference, contact Sara Svedjedal on +46 8 525 051 45 or email@example.com
Further information about the conference can be gained at the conference website:
About Skåne Food Innovation Network
The Skåne Food Innovation Network is a result of cooperation between regional authorities, farmers' organizations, food and packaging industries, commercial enterprises, universities and colleges in Skåne, Sweden's southernmost province and ranked among the most innovative food regions of the world. The network aims to develop Skåne´s food sector to its full potential.