SupplySide West is the largest gathering of health & nutrition industry professionals focused on dietary supplement, beverage, functional food, personal care, and sports nutrition innovation.
More than ever, it is a team effort for companies in the global dietary supplement, functional food and beverage, personal care, and sports nutrition industries to drive their innovation, growth and profitability, with input from purchasing, R&D, product development, executive management, marketing, compliance, supply chain management, QA/QC and more.
Taking place October 25-28, 2021, SupplySide West will welcome over 17,000 industry professionals. 1,300+ exhibiting companies and 10,000+ ingredients and solutions.
This year’s FiE and HiE will spotlight some of the most significant themes in food development, including sustainability, environmental health, plant-based alternatives, natural ingredients, personal health and more. This year’s event runs in Paris from December 6 to 8 and will be a hotbed of trending F&B ingredients, new formulations and innovative concepts.
Vitafoods Europe is returning at the Palexpo, Geneva, between May 10 to 12, and online between May 2 to 13. The nutritionals trade show will feature four key sectors: ingredients and raw materials, finished products, contract manufacturing and private label, and services and equipment. The event is set to be rife with launches, networking opportunities, roundtable discussions,...View More
Food ingredients (Fi) Europe and Health ingredients (Hi) Europe will take place both online and in Frankfurt this year between November 30 and December 2. Over 800 exhibitors and 17,000 online and in-person attendees are expected to join, representing more than 135 countries. With the increasingly blurring lines between everyday foods and those with health benefits, the demand...View More
Vitafoods Europe 2021 is returning as an in-person event in Geneva, Switzerland between October 5 and 7. It will now feature a hybrid set-up, with a virtual counterpart October 4 to 8. The organizers anticipate that this will allow even more people to attend than previous years.