On December 13, 2017, the AgriFoodTech Platform Conference takes place in the Brabanthallen in Den Bosch. It focuses on “Food & Future: Know what you don’t know”. You often just eat what you know. But society is changing. More and more consumers want to know where their food comes from and how it has been prodcued. This has an effect on the supply chains and food systems. At the Conference, the Postharvest Network will organize a parallel session “Stop food waste: Dutch innovations for efficient food chains in emerging markets”.
Know what you don’t know
What do consumers know about food, and how does that knowledge affect what they consume? Generally speaking, consumers will only eat foods that they are familiar with. Society is changing. More and more people want to know where their food comes from, and how it has been produced. These developments are having an impact on supply chains and food systems. To make sure your organization is and remains future-proof, you have to know what you don’t know.
If you ‘know what you don’t know’, you will be able to anticipate new developments, make the required changes, identify opportunities, and devise innovative solutions. The AgriFoodTech Conference will focus on ongoing changes in the food supply chain, the role played by technology and the interplay with developments in society, including the impact on your company. Meet representatives of the technology sector and the food industry, farmers, retailers, other entrepreneurs, as well as educators, government officials and representatives of NGOs and consumer interest groups. Find out what you don’t know about food and the future, and the food of the future!
Postharvest Network side event “Stop Food Waste”
The Postharvest Network organizes a side event during the Conference, entitled “Stop food waste: Dutch innovations for efficient food chains in emerging markets”. The session takes place on December 13, 2017 from 11:15 till 12:45, will be held in English and the entrance is free.
This side event focuses on the Postharvest Network approach, which has been developed over the past three years and will be illustrated by showcasing some recent projects. The Postharvest Network is happy to introduce speakers from India and Argentina who will tell about their first-hand experience working with the Postharvest Network. Furthermore, the possibilities of collaborating with Postharvest Network 2.0 will be announced. This new version of the Postharvest Network will start operating early 2018.
Event Info Event: AgriFoodTech Platform Congress 2017 When: 13 December 2017 Where: Den Bosch, the Netherlands Organizer: AgriFoodTech Platform
Event: AgriFoodTech Platform Congress 2017
When: 13 December 2017
Where: Den Bosch, the Netherlands
Organizer: AgriFoodTech Platform