14.02.22 – 19.02.22
By 2050, the world will be feeding 9 billion people, the demand for food will be 60% greater than it is today. Join us as we examine the need to rethink how we grow, consume and provide food for a sustainable future. We will gather food and drink and agritech experts to explore how we will be able to feed ourselves in the future, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture for generations to come.
Events at a glance
This programme of activity will examine the need to rethink how we grow, consume and provide food for a sustainable future
We will bring together experts from the agritech and food and drink industries to explore how we will be able to feed ourselves in the future, end hunger, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture to ensure solutions for generations to come.
Topics that will be covered include:
- Sustainable farming and agricultural innovation
- Food and water security
- International Development and fair trade
- Animal welfare
- Future food trends
Global questions our programme will explore include:
- How we grow, consume and provide food for a sustainable future?
- What will sustainable farming and agricultural innovation look like in the future?
- How do we provide food and water security?
- What will be the future food trends?
- How will we eliminate waste and feed the world more efficiently?
Exhibits, displays and digital content will bring to life how the UK is advancing agritech to develop new food and drink to feed the world’s population.
Panel sessions will bring together thought leaders and industry icons to explore approaches to food production, supply chains, sustainability and waste.
A series of live experiences will showcase some of the very best of British current and future hospitality and agritech.
Hear from a selection of high-profile industry commentators and influencers discussing how the UK’s innovative agritech industry and food and drink innovation can help provide a sustainable source of food for all.
We will share stimulating insights from inspirational leaders from the agriculture and agritech sector, giving us different perspectives of how machines and artificially intelligent products will affect our lives.
Student workshops will show visitors the benefits of studying agritech and food and drink subjects in the UK.