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Yongmin Xiong

Yongmin Xiong

Director of the Endemic Institute of Xian Jiaotong University China

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Ngoc Minh Quynh Pham

Lecturer and researcher at Nha Trang University Uruguay

Gary Stoner

Gary Stoner

Medical College of Wisconsin USA

Jacob Wilson

Jacob Wilson

Applied Science and Performance Institute USA

Joan Cook-Mills

Joan Cook-Mills

Northwestern University School of Medicine USA

Kenneth Olson

Kenneth Olson

Life Sciences Technologies International USA

John Ellis Agens

John Ellis Agens

Florida State University USA

Li-Shu Wang

Li-Shu Wang

Medical College of Wisconsin USA

Food and Beverages 2023

Welcome Message

On June 05–06, 2023, the 32nd World Conference on Food and Beverage Technology invites you to London, United Kingdom. This two-day conference includes plenary lectures, parallel sessions, poster presentations, and our perennially popular Workshop activities, offering something for every sector of the food and beverage industry. There will be something for everyone in the food and beverage industry at this two-day event, which will feature plenary lectures, parallel sessions, poster sessions, and our ever-popular "Workshop" events.

About Conference

Food and Beverages 2023 a jam-packed schedule for 2023 is promised, featuring a thorough examination of our 2022 Global Trends Report, best practise advice from knowledgeable industry figures, an electrifying keynote address, first-hand tales from clients, and an interesting panel discussion. Hear from reputable professionals and thought leaders who are aware of the difficulties your firm is facing and how to solve them.

Are you ready to learn more about what to anticipate and how to get ready for changes that are coming?

Target audience

Academics, University Faculty, Staff, And Students

Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents, And Directors

Associates in Nutrition and Food Science

Food Scientist

Officers in Charge of Food Safety and Health

Holistic Dietician.

Nutrition-Based Sports Nutritionists and Clinical Dieticians

Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, Associations, Societies, Nutritionists, Dietitians, And many more.

Why to Attend

The secret to success is adopting a holistic strategy to managing your business from farm or factory to fork or fridge in a market as dynamic as the food and beverage sector. Decision-makers must act in accordance with good principles and high-quality information given the demands of a dynamic consumer base as well as the needs of sustainability and food safety.

The secret to success in the food and beverage sector is something you won't want to miss hearing.

Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Agronomy and Agricultural Research

The study of crop production known as agronomy examines how to grow crops profitably and successfully while preserving the environment and natural resources. Agronomy requires the fusion of numerous sciences as well as the cooperation of many other fields, including ecology, entomology, climatology, economics, and soil, plant, and weed sciences.

  • Trends in Agricultural Biotechnology Around the World
  • Sustainable Food Production 
  • Agri-Food Technology
  • Agriculture and Food

Track 2 :Beverage Technology

Food and beverage technology is the application of food science to the choice, manufacture, packaging, distribution, and consumption of wholesome foods and drinks.

  • Alcohol-free Drinks
  • Alcoholic Drinks
  • Research on Grapes and Wine Chemistry

Track 3: Chemistry and Biochemistry of Food

The study of chemical reactions and interactions between the biological and non-biological components of food is known as food chemistry. Given that it deals with food constituents such carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, water, vitamins, and dietary minerals, it has some overlap with biochemistry. The goal of food biochemistry is to improve knowledge of the specific composition of foods, particularly those that provide nutrients that are good to human health.

  • Food and bioprocessed materials chemistry
  • Advances in the Chemistry and Biochemistry of Food
  • Food Chemistry and Flavour
  • Recent Trends and Innovations in Food Chemistry
  • Agrochemicals in Food Production

Track 4: Dairy Science & Technology

A programme called dairy science focuses on using biological and chemical principles to produce and manage dairy animals as well as to produce and handle milk products.

  • Chemistry and Technology of Dairy Products
  • Quality Control and Management of Dairy Products
  • Dairy Science in Food Business
  • Dairy Science and Associated Diseases

Track 5: Development of Product

Product development includes every step involved in offering a new product for sale to the general public. Item planning, along with other business considerations, is a key component of product development. Product development is portrayed in its entirety as the process of turning a market opportunity into a product that can be purchased.

  • Process structure
  • Product Development Roles
  • Marketing considerations

Track 6: Food and Resource Economics

Anything solid or liquid that nourishes the body when consumed, digested, and assimilated is referred to as food. Food Resource Economics is a field of research that includes aspects of economics, law, statistics, marketing, finance, management, and environmental policy.

  • Food and Agribusiness Marketing and Management
  • Maintenance and improvement

Track 7:  Food Engineering and Materials Science

The use of engineering principles in the storage, processing, and distribution of food and its bioproducts is known as food engineering. It requires fundamental instruction in chemistry and food science in addition to strong engineering knowledge.

  • Chemical and Physical Aspects
  • Texture and Properties
  • Biotechnology in Food Processing

Track 8: Food Consumer Science

Consumer science is a social science that examines how people and the environment interact. Diet, parenting, ageing, housing, food safety, the environment, and consumer sciences are a few of the topics covered by the specialist in food and consumer sciences.

  • Food Services and Nutrition
  • Food Management and Marketing
  • Production and processing of food.

Track 9: Food Safety Standards

Food handling, storage, and storage procedures are referred to as "food safety" in order to prevent sickness or injury in foods. Food products may encounter a variety of health risks as they move through the supply chain, from farm to factory to fork. Healthy food handling procedures and practises are also required at all stages of the food manufacturing process in order to reduce these dangers and protect consumers.

Track 10: Food Nanotechnology

The food business is now being invaded by nanotechnology, which has enormous potential. Food nanotechnology is gaining popularity and presents new potential for the global food business.

  • Nanotechnology in Food Industry
  • Nanotechnology for Food Analysis
  • Nanotechnology in Food Preservation
  • Nanotechnology in Food Packaging

Track 11: Food, Nutrition and Health

Food is a substance, typically of plant or animal origin, that is consumed and digested by the body in order to produce energy, promote growth, and maintain life. Nutrition describes the process through which food is ingested and used by the body. Not just the absence of sickness or illness, but also total physical, mental, and social well-being, is what is meant by the term "health." Good health is largely dependent on efficient nutrition and food consumption management.

Track 12: Food Borne Illnesses

A disease brought on by consuming contaminated food or drink. Foods can be contaminated by a variety of microbes and toxic substances. There are more than 250 foodborne infections that are known to exist. Microbes, diseases, and parasites are responsible for the irresistibly dominating parts.

Track 13: Food Microbiology

In order to replace one or more daily meals, a food substitute is a nutritious supplement. The body needs all of the features that substitutes that are adequately approved by the medical community offer.

  • Enzymes in Food
  • Microbial Aspects of Food Quality and Spoilage
  • Microbial Ecosystems and Food Chain
  • Food and Agricultural Immunology
  • Applications of Enzymes in Food Industry

Track 14: Food Waste

Unused food is referred to as food waste or food misfortune. Food waste occurs for a variety of causes across the food system, including during production, preparation, circulation, retail, and consumption.

  • Waste during Production
  • Waste during Consumption

Track 15: Food Security Challenges in COVID-19

To live an active and healthy life, all citizens must always have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, secure, and nutrient-rich food that satisfies their dietary needs and food preferences. The worldwide society faces formidable obstacles as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Track 16: Food Packaging and Preservation

A product constructed from any material, including paper, glass, plastic, aluminium, and wood, that is used for the containment, safety, handling, distribution, and display of goods from raw to processed ingredients is referred to as food packaging. Food packaging is at the very core of the contemporary food industry, and very few products are offered without packaging.

  • Preservation of Food Products
  • Food Packaging Alternatives
  • Labelling of Food Products
  • Preservation Using Chemicals and Microbes

Track 17: Food Substitution and Adulteration

Food adulteration is the deliberate degradation of the quality of food provided for sale through the addition or subtraction of valuable ingredients, the blending of inferior ingredients, or both. As the name implies, a food substitute is a nutritional supplement meant to take the place of one or more daily meals.

  • Food Fraud
  • New Adulterants
  • Solutions for Identifying Emerging Risks
  • Methods to Detection Food Adulteration

Track 18: Food fortification

A good strategy to reach a wide population and enhance their nutritional condition is through food fortification, which involves adding important vitamins and minerals to food to improve its nutritional worth. It is among the greatest methods for addressing issues in developing and poor nations.

  • Fortification of salt with iodine
  • Fortification of Iron in cereals and milk products
  • Fortification of vitamin A in oils, fats and milk.
  • Fortification of Vitamin C in juices.

Track 19: Food and Beverages Hotel Management

A disease brought on by consuming unwholesome food or beverages. Nutritional value can be tainted by a variety of organisms and harmful substances. Over 250 foodborne diseases are currently recognised. Microbes, diseases, and parasites are what cause the dominant parts, which are inescapable.

Track 20: Global Concerns in Food Security

Food security ensures that everyone has constant physical and financial access to enough wholesome, culturally appropriate foods in sufficient quantities. Any problem that has a negative impact on the entire world's population and ecosystem—such as environmental difficulties, political crises, social problems, and economic crises—is considered a global concern.

  • Challenges of Food Security
  • Food Waste Recovery

Track 21: ‚ÄčModern Food Science Research and Trends

Food science is a multidisciplinary field that combines chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition, microbiology, and engineering to provide individuals with the scientific knowledge necessary to address actual issues related to the various components of the food system.

Track 22: Probiotics and Nutraceuticals Beverages

Functional foods are those that naturally contain bioactive substances and supply nutrients to improve general health. A nutraceutical is a food item or dietary component that offers pharmaceutical and health benefits, such as illness prevention and therapy.

Track 23: Processing and Technology in Food

Food is changed into usable form through the process of food processing. It can include several physical and chemical processes that turn basic resources into meals. This process includes a number of operations, including as chopping, cooking, canning, liquefaction, pickling, maceration, and emulsification.

  • Seafood Processing
  • Meat Science and Processing Technology
  • Food Processing Methods
  • Trends in Modern Food Processing
  • Food Process Engineering
  • Solar Thermal Food Processing

Track 24: Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Food

Food quality control (QC) is a reactive procedure with the objective of locating and fixing flaws in completed goods. Food Quality Assurance (QA) is a group of quality assurance procedures used in the production of goods. By concentrating on the production process, it is a positive procedure that aids in removing flaws.

  • Quality Assurance and Control in the Food and Beverage Sector
  • Quality Assurance and Control in Food Packing
  • Food processing quality assurance and control
  • Food Safety Guidelines

Track 25: Science and Technology of Food

Food science is the methodical investigation of the essential components of food products and the scientific ideas underlying their modification, preservation, and deterioration. It is the study of food features, such as their chemical, biochemical, physical, physiochemical, and biological aspects, as well as how those properties affect the quality of the final product. It also covers the application of this knowledge to the creation of new products and efficient processing methods.

  • Robotics in Food Science: Microbial Biodiversity and Sustainable Development
  • Food Supply Chain Management
  • The innovation of food and design thinking
  • Biotechnology in the Food Industry

Market Analysis

The market for food and drinks consists of the sales of goods made by organizations, sole proprietorships, and partnerships that manufacture food, beverages, tobacco, and pet food. The businesses in the food and beverage industry turn raw materials into food, pet food, and tobacco products, package them, and then sell them to both private consumers and business facilities via a variety of distribution channels. The market for food and drinks is divided into categories such as tobacco products, animal and pet food, alcoholic beverages, non-alcoholic beverages, grain goods, bakery & confectionery, frozen and fresh produce, dairy food, meat, poultry, and seafood, syrup, seasoning, oils, and general food.

At a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1%, the market for food and drinks worldwide is predicted to increase from $5838.8 billion in 2020 to $6196.15 billion in 2021. The companies' reorganization of operations and recovery from the COVID-19 impact, which had previously resulted in restrictive containment measures involving social estrangement, remote work, and the closure of commercial activities that created operational challenges, are primarily responsible for the growth. At a CAGR of 7%, the market is anticipated to reach $8163.61 billion in 2025.

In 2020, Asia Pacific accounted for 42% of the worldwide market for food and drinks, making it the largest region. The second-largest region, North America, accounted for 22% of the global market. The smallest continent in the world's food and beverage market was Africa.

Due to overproduction, crop prices are declining in many nations throughout the world; as a result, food and beverage producers should expect to pay less for raw materials. For instance, due to an excess of sugarcane produced in 2019, the Indian government spent $873 million subsidizing sugar exports, lowering prices. Therefore, food and beverage industries are likely to have increased profit margins as a result of crop overproduction. Food and beverage companies will be able to raise output and move the industry forward with the help of higher profit margins.

As supply chains were disrupted by trade restrictions and consumption fell as a result of lockdowns enforced by governments around the world in 2020, the epidemic of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) had a significant negative impact on the food and beverage business. An viral illness called COVID 19 has symptoms that resemble the flu, such as fever, coughing, and breathing difficulties. The virus was discovered for the first time in 2019 in Wuhan, the People's Republic of China's Hubei region, and it quickly spread throughout the world, including Western Europe, North America, and Asia. The availability of raw materials from domestic and foreign vendors is essential to the production of food and beverages. The lack of raw resources forced industries to suspend operations as many governments imposed restrictions on the export and import of goods. The drop was also influenced by prohibitions on the trade of non-essential commodities and concern over contamination at production sites. Businesses are predicted to continue to experience a negative impact from the outbreak through 2020 and into 2021. Nevertheless, it is anticipated that the food and beverage market will bounce back from the shock over the forecast period because it was a "black swan" incident and unrelated to underlying or persistent market or global economic difficulties.

To increase the yield and quality of frozen meals, manufacturers use technology like individual quick freezing (IQF). The individual food items are transported via conveyor belt into a blast freezer during the IQF process, where they are quickly frozen. As contrast to bulk or block freezing, the individual item of food is frozen separately while using the IQF process. This approach results in better-quality goods with high nutritional content and less waste while increasing yield by 1.5–3%. The individual food items are transported via conveyor belt into a blast freezer during the IQF process, where they are quickly frozen. By 2026, the global IQF vegetable market is predicted to reach $2 billion, indicating a considerable increase in demand for IQF food products.

Take advantage of the database of research studies on Market to stay competitive in the food and beverage sector. Data on flavour, ingredient, sales, and new product trends are included in our Food and Beverage reports. A thorough industry overview is created by the study, which also offers an in-depth analysis of product trends and new market divisions.

Having a better awareness of what is in demand at the moment will assist your firm because there are a variety of trends that are constantly changing in the food and beverage sector, such as the need for new and exotic flavours or the need for healthier foods. You may keep up with shifting consumer wants by staying current on reports that are pertinent to your needs.

The food business includes baked goods, fish and seafood, frozen, health, natural, and snack meals as well as sports nutrition products. The beverage market includes water, soda, alcoholic drinks, sports drinks, and other beverage ., agriculture(bars and restaurants), and hospitality are just a few of the broad categories that offers reports in (agriculture is the science of soil, plants, forests, livestock and crops). To get the answers to your industry research inquiries and to open up new business chances, use our in-depth insights and analysis.The market for organic food and drinks was estimated at USD 85.78 billion in 2021, and it is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 13.0 percent from 2022 to 2030. Growing public knowledge of the health advantages of consuming organic food is one of the main reasons propelling market expansion. The shift in consumer purchasing behaviour is expected to increase sales of organic foods and beverages. The market is expanding in part due to customers' growing preference for non-GMO products.

The food and beverage (F&B) market is made up of companies (organizations, sole proprietors, and partnerships) that make food, beverages, tobacco products, pet food, and animal food and sell those items. The businesses in the food and beverage industry turn raw materials into food, pet food, and tobacco products, package them, and then sell them to both private consumers and business facilities via a variety of distribution channels.

Food And Beverages Market Size

The food and beverage (F&B) market is made up of companies (organizations, sole proprietors, and partnerships) that make food, beverages, tobacco products, pet food, and animal food and sell those items. The businesses in the food and beverage industry turn raw materials into food, pet food, and tobacco products, package them, and then sell them to both private consumers and business facilities via a variety of distribution channels.

Increased clean-label, organic, and non-GMO product sales, rising alcohol consumption, an increase in gen Z and gen Y adult pet ownership, robust economic growth in emerging markets, and low lending rates all contributed to growth over the historical period. Changes in the regulatory environment, a lack of skilled labor, legal proceedings against misleading information and advertising, tainted pet food, strict rules and bans, and geopolitical tensions all had a detrimental impact on growth over the historical period.

In the future, rising organized retail penetration, rising demand for immunity-boosting foods and beverages, ongoing technological advancements, rising demand for premium and organic pet food, the influence of social media marketing and digital media, rising demand as a result of increased food stockpiling, and rising population will all contribute to this growth. Future market growth for food and drinks may be hampered by factors such as customer purchase intentions that are difficult to predict, reduced free trade, climate change and global warming, a rise in veganism, and a coronavirus pandemic.

Food And Beverages Market Drivers

The following factors are important for the food and beverage market:

Increasing Demand For Foods And Drinks That Boost Immunity

The demand for organic foods and functional beverages will probably increase as a result of the rise in demand for immunity-boosting foods and beverages brought on by the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). An viral illness called COVID-19 causes flu-like symptoms like fever, coughing, and breathing difficulties. The virus was initially discovered in 2019 in Wuhan, in the People's Republic of China's Hubei region, and it quickly spread throughout the world, including Western Europe, North America, and Asia. Due to the pandemic, consumers have become more concerned about boosting their immunity, and it is anticipated that there will be an unprecedented demand for established immunity-boosting products due to the elevated status of preventive healthcare, particularly in terms of consumer awareness of personal hygiene. For instance, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India reports that since the country's pandemic-related lockdown began, sales of foods that improve immunity have risen by an estimated 20–40%. Thus, the need for more preventive healthcare solutions to strengthen people's immune systems is anticipated to rise as consumers' concerns about COVID-19 develop, which would in turn fuel the market for functional beverages.

Food And Beverages Market Restraints

The key restraints on the food and beverages market include:

Coronavirus Pandemic

As a result of worldwide trade restrictions put in place by countries, the COVID-19 epidemic has had a significant negative impact on the food and beverage business in 2020. An viral illness called COVID 19 causes flu-like symptoms like fever, coughing, and breathing difficulties. The virus was first identified in Wuhan, in the Hubei province of the People's Republic of China, in 2019. Since then, it has impacted Western Europe, North America, and Asia on a global scale. Farmers struggled to gather and sell their products as governments imposed lockdowns. Additionally, due to trade restrictions placed in place by other countries, agricultural exports drastically decreased. Throughout 2020 and into 2021, the outbreak is anticipated to have a negative effect on a variety of industries, including chicken, pet food, and others. For instance, according to a poll done in April 2020 by the pet food industry publication Pet Food Processing in the USA, almost 23% of producers claimed that travel limitations and a lack of local production were impeding the supply chain for pet food.

Food And Beverages Market Trends

Major trends shaping the food and beverages market include:

Increasing Demand For Clean Label Products

A huge surge in public awareness of healthy eating is driving up demand for clean label products. Dairy goods with a clean label don't use preservatives, colors, artificial flavor enhancers, or additives. Additionally, a lot of restaurant and grocery store chains are publishing lists of substances that are prohibited from being used in food sold in their establishments. According to a survey conducted by Ingredion in 2016 among 1,000 customers in the UK and Russia, 70% of consumers who buy dairy and bakery products are aware of clean labels and how their presence affects their purchasing decisions. Additionally, 30% of consumers are looking for some sort of clean label claim.

Shift To Natural Ingredients

The use of artificial colors and flavors has decreased while the usage of natural substances has increased among many manufacturers and producers. The demand for products containing natural ingredients, chemicals, and coloring agents is rising as a result of customer worries about their health. For instance, in September 2018, McDonald's USA declared that its classic burgers would no longer contain artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors.

Top 50 Beverages companies Worldwide 

  • Carlsberg Breweries A/S Denmark
  • Kohler Co. USA
  • Bunge Alimentos S/A Brazil
  • Nueva Wal-Mart de México, S. de R.L. de C.V. Mexico
  • MELBRO RETAIL (PTY) LTD South Africa
  • Pepsico, Inc. USA
  • Corporativo Bimbo, S.A. de C.V. Mexico
  • Ambev S/A Brazil
  • Rema 1000 AS Norway
  • Mitico Ticino SA Switzerland
  • Louis Dreyfus Company Brasil S/A Brazil
  • Reyes Holdings, L.L.C. USA
  • Coca-Cola Refreshments Usa, Inc. USA
  • Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. USA
  • Nestle Waters North America Holdings Inc. USA
  • Nestle Waters North America Inc. USA
  • Gruma, S.A.B. de C.V. Mexico
  • The Coca-Cola Company USA
  • Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Holding, S.A. de C.V. Mexico
  • IQLAAS FOODS (PTY) LTD South Africa
  • Wal-Mart de México, S.A.B. de C.V. Mexico
  • Brown-Forman Corporation USA
  • Coca-Cola European Partners Deutschland GmbH Germany
  • Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited Canada
  • Spal Industria Brasileira de Bebidas S/A Brazil
  • Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada Company Canada
  • Nestlé México, S.A. de C.V. Mexico
  • Grupo Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma, S.A. de C.V. Mexico
  • Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V. Mexico
  • Fixmer Luxemburg
  • Mueller Industries, Inc. USA
  • Primo Water Corporation USA
  • RED BULL FZE United Arab Emirates
  • Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages LLC USA
  • Republic National Distributing Company, LLC USA
  • As America, Inc. USA
  • Hajoca Corporation USA
  • Irmaos Muffato Cia Brazil
  • Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. USA
  • Cervejaria Petropolis S/A Brazil

Past conference Report

Food & Beverages 2022 Report

ConferenceSeries hosted the event “31st world Conference on Food and Beverage” at London, Uk during March 09-10, 2022 . The conferences were organized with a focus on the themes “Trends, developments and the science behind the food and beverages” was a great success where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed companies and Universities made their resplendent presence and addressed the gathering.

The event proceedings were carried out through several Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, ConferenceSeries would like to express a sincere thankfulness to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers of 31st world Conference on Food and Beverage. We would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers of Food & Beverages 2022.

Food & Beverages 2022 committee would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers, Yongmin Xiong

from China director of the Endemic Institute of Xian Jiaotong University China; Ngoc Minh Quynh Pham from Uruguay Lecturer and researcher at Nha Trang University Uruguay ; Gary Stoner from Medical College of Wisconsin USA;  Joan Cook-Mills from Northwestern University School of Medicine USA ; Kenneth Olson from Life Sciences Technologies International USA; John Ellis Agens from Florida State University USA have given a wonderful talk which makes allows the delegates and other attendees to gain the knowledge about main course of the event.

Food & Beverages 2022 Organizing Committee would like to thank the Moderator of the conference, Gary D. Stoner from Professor Montana State University USA, who contributed a lot for the smooth functioning of this event and for taking up the responsibility to coordinate during the sessions for smooth functioning of this event. We are indebted to your support.

ConferenceSeries/ Lexis conferences also took the privilege of felicitating Food & Beverages 2022 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Plenary Speakers, Chairs and Co-Chairs, Young Researchers and other attendees whose support made the conference a great success.

We also would like to thank all our Speakers, Poster Presenters and Delegates for taking out your time and sharing their research work with our peer network. We are very glad to have shared a great relationship with all these Attendees, associations and we hope to see even greater support in our upcoming events. We would also like to thank Chairs and Co-chairs of the conference, Gulhan Unlu from Associate Professor University of Idaho USA; Gustavo Barbosa-Canovas from Professor Washington State University USA; Yuanlong Pan Principal Research Scientist Nestle Purina Research Center

USA for a being a great support for our event to be a grand success.

A series of lectures by distinguished professionals discussed the recent trends and issues in inter-disciplinary Rheumatology and its technical advancements.

Save your dates for the most awaited event of 2020

With a great response and feedback which we received from participants and supporters from Food and Beverage 2022, we are proud to announce our upcoming conferences in the Series 32nd World Conference on Food and Beverages Technology on June 05-06, 2023 in London, UK with the theme of Fresh Recipes For The Food And Beverage Industry.

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The main aim of this conference is to solicit the gracious presence of our honourable, to the upcoming conference “32nd World Conference on Food and Beverages Technology” that is going to be held during June 05-06, 2023 in London, UK, to share and exchange their knowledge. 

It is an International platform for business delegates, B2B meetings, poster presentations, workshops, symposia, networking and more. It will offer a platform wherein you can ensure enormous exposure and networking by exhibiting products and services. Grab the opportunities, and share your innovative ideas, new technologies and Recent researches.

Food and Beverage 2023 witnesses an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the gathering with their contribution towards the prevention Food and Beverage.

For being a Experts in Food and Beverages, we hope that this platform gives knowledge and new updates by undergoing with the several interactive sessions to encourage the exchange of innovative ideas in the field of Food and Beverage and its advancements, in that all the session talks are consider to be a great talks which makes the delegates, exhibitor, collaborators and other speakers feels so much interesting.

Being a significant expert in this area we would like to Invite you as an International Organizing Committee Members, Speakers, Keynote speakers, Young Research forum, Sponsors and Exhibitor, etc for Food and Beverage 2023. Our goal is to deliver an outstanding program which covers the entire spectrum of research & innovations in Food and Beverage experiences of various principles and practices.

The centre of the activity of Food and Beverage 2023 is to produce the clear visual definition by undergoing with Oral Presentation, Poster presentation, Workshop, Exhibition, networking and interacting session

With the feedback from your renowned Speakers, we have added some of the new Session tracks that needs to be focused such as such as Beverage Technology, Dairy Science $ Technology, Food Packaging and Preservation, Food Waste, Food and Resource Economics, Food ,Nutrition and Health, Beverage Technology, Chemistry and Biochemistry of Food,  Food and Beverages Hotel Management,  Food Borne Illnesses, Food Consumer Science, Food Nanotechnology, Food Security and loss, Processing and Technology in Food and Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Food,With the great support we have successfully completed Food and Beverage 2022 and we are expecting huge response and support from the Food and Beverage Professionals, Young researchers, Students, Delegates, Directors and other Food and Beverages related companies to have your gracious presence at Food and Beverage 2023 on June 05-06, 2023 in London, UK to make this congress a great successful event of the year 20223

Join our team Food and Beverage 2023 at this beautiful city of United Kingdom and let’s make this professional gathering a Great success

Contact us:

Alena Smith
Program Manager
Food and Beverage 2023
Email: [email protected]

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Conference Date June 05-06, 2023

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