Food science and Nutrition Conference 2020

Mar 30-31, 2020

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

About Food Science & Nutrition Congress 2020

Food & Nutrition Forum @ LexisConferences Conferences are happy to announce The Nutrition Conference which is going to be held on March 30-31, 2020 at Dubai, UAE.

“Food is Important, But Nutrition is Necessary.”    

 The nutrition market segment just doesn’t end with the food and nutrition products, ingredients and supplements, but rather covers the nutrition deities and the active fast paced consumer associations.

The Food Science and Nutrition Forum Annual Meeting is an unprecedented event planned for specialists to empower the spread and use of research revelations on Food, Nutrition and Public Health, Dietetics and Nutrition, Food & Wellness, Child Nutrition Programs & School Nutrition, Parenteral Nutrition, Pediatrics Nutrition, Food & Nutrition Communications, Global Food Security, Food preservation and its packaging, Food Storage and Food grading, Food Allergies and toxicology, Food Borne Diseases and Prevention, Food Hazards and HACCP,  Food Preservation and Quality Standard. The main theme of the conference is Good Food for Good Health.  We are putting endeavors towards a healthy life style moving forward to find the possible ways in decreasing the health related risk factors in different age group.

The concept of value based nutrition with an aware consumer base has given the nutrition market the needed value bent towards functional, clinical and personalized nutrition.

Accounting for the quickest market uptake rate especially in the sub-vertical of Clinical Nutrition and Medical Nutrition, Asia-Pacific is progressing at the fastest with the increasing aging population along with high number of mal-nourished patients. Positive investments and developments related to the healthcare infrastructures in the developing markets, rising demand for the fortified and functional foods over the differential age nutrition especially infant and prenatal, quick manufacturing abilities, increasing prevalence and incidents related to the nutrition associated chronic illness such as obesity, cardio-vascular diseases, along with the increasing band-width of chronic illness and inclusion of auto-immune diseases, inflammatory arthritis, osteoporosis, and cancer.  The adaptation of concurrent market attributes of the developed such as advanced medical reimbursements towards the cost-competitiveness and inclusive insurance in the chronic diseases markets, will also account positive for high growth for the Nutrition Markets in the APAC.

 

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