• New trends in sustainability, health and wellness, and convenience will drive formulation, packaging, marketing and more in the food and drink industry this year, according to Mintel. In its new Global Food and Drinks Trends 2019 report, the market intelligence agency outlines three forward-looking trends which will lead the momentum of global food and drink innovation, and explains what these trends mean for the industry and consumers.
    08 Jan 2019
    Sustainability, Health & Wellness, and Convenience to Reshape the Food & Beverage Industry in 2019
    New trends in sustainability, health and wellness, and convenience will drive formulation, packaging, marketing and more in the food and drink industry this year, according to Mintel. In its new Global Food and Drinks Trends 2019 report, the market intelligence agency outlines three forward-looking trends which will lead the momentum of global food and drink innovation, and explains what these trends mean for the industry and consumers.
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  • FIA spoke to Cuong Ba Tran, Assistant Director of the Trade Facilitation Division from the ASEAN Secretariat, on the progress of the ASEAN Economic Community, the challenges that ASEAN is facing as well as the steps needed to tackle them.
    15 Jan 2019
    Progressive Harmonisation Efforts in ASEAN
    FIA spoke to Cuong Ba Tran, Assistant Director of the Trade Facilitation Division from the ASEAN Secretariat, on the progress of the ASEAN Economic Community, the challenges that ASEAN is facing as well as the steps needed to tackle them.
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  • With the overconsumption of sugar becoming a growing concern for consumers and health authorities around the world, the food industry is working to develop low-calorie sugar alternatives like Low/Non-Calorie Sweeteners (LNCS). However, the reputation of LNCS has been constantly challenged with alleged associations to weight gain, cancers and more. FIA organised a seminar in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in Mumbai, India to debunk the myths associated with LNCS and its impact on diet and health.
    22 Jan 2019
    Understanding the truth behind Low/Non-Calorie Sweeteners in India
    With the overconsumption of sugar becoming a growing concern for consumers and health authorities around the world, the food industry is working to develop low-calorie sugar alternatives like Low/Non-Calorie Sweeteners (LNCS). However, the reputation of LNCS has been constantly challenged with alleged associations to weight gain, cancers and more. FIA organised a seminar in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in Mumbai, India to debunk the myths associated with LNCS and its impact on diet and health.
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  • Following the success of FIA’s inaugural Food for the Future Summit in 2018, the senior executive-focused industry conference will return on 25 April to address key topics across sustainability, wellness and convenience.
    29 Jan 2019
    FIA Food for the Future Summit returns with focus on driving food innovation across Asia in Sustainability, Wellness and Convenience
    Following the success of FIA’s inaugural Food for the Future Summit in 2018, the senior executive-focused industry conference will return on 25 April to address key topics across sustainability, wellness and convenience.
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  • Food safety hazards are an increasingly global health problem, yet receive minimal policy attention and investment in developing countries. A recent report from the World Bank Group sheds light on the growing threats of unsafe food and outlines key strategies that low- and middle-income countries can adopt to avoid the burden of foodborne diseases.
    12 Feb 2019
    Experts Call for Improvements to Food Safety Management Systems in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
    Food safety hazards are an increasingly global health problem, yet receive minimal policy attention and investment in developing countries. A recent report from the World Bank Group sheds light on the growing threats of unsafe food and outlines key strategies that low- and middle-income countries can adopt to avoid the burden of foodborne diseases.
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  • As Singapore transformed over the years to become Southeast Asia’s leading food hub, Food Navigator Asia speaks to Ralph Graichen from A*STAR, where he shares some of the key developments that has driven this growth, how it has become a home for food and agri-tech start-ups, as well as Singapore’s future objectives in food safety and security.
    19 Feb 2019
    From zero to hero: How Singapore became SEA's leading food and nutrition hub in 20 short years
    As Singapore transformed over the years to become Southeast Asia’s leading food hub, Food Navigator Asia speaks to Ralph Graichen from A*STAR, where he shares some of the key developments that has driven this growth, how it has become a home for food and agri-tech start-ups, as well as Singapore’s future objectives in food safety and security.
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  • In a conversation with FIA, Professor Alan Reilly, Former Chief Executive of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, and Abigail Stevenson, Director of the Mars Global Food Safety Centre, share their insights towards the changing landscape of and perceptions towards food safety, the importance of regulatory measures and other strategies needed to tackle global challenges today.
    22 Feb 2019
    3Qs with Professor Alan Reilly & Abigail Stevenson
    In a conversation with FIA, Professor Alan Reilly, Former Chief Executive of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, and Abigail Stevenson, Director of the Mars Global Food Safety Centre, share their insights towards the changing landscape of and perceptions towards food safety, the importance of regulatory measures and other strategies needed to tackle global challenges today.
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