HEALTHY AGEING APAC SUMMITHEALTHY AGEING APAC SUMMIT TO RETURN IN 2022 AFTER STARRING ROLE AT FORTHCOMING GROWTH ASIA 2021
The Healthy Ageing APAC Summit will return to Singapore in 2022, in light of the ongoing uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Before then, the topic will take centre stage at the forthcoming Growth Asia Interactive Broadcast Series 2021 , brought to you by NutraIngreidents-Asia and FoodNavigator-Asia from June 29 .
Viewed through the prism of five core categories that are primed for exponential growth across the region (Healthy ageing, plant-based innovation, infant and maternal nutrition, active nutrition and healthy snacking) we’ll be analysing the key new product development, market access, consumer engagement, research and innovation strategies for success.
Gary Scattergood, Regional Head and Editor-in-Chief, said: “ In recognition of the huge public health challenges, and immense business opportunities, posed by Asia’s rapidly ageing population, this year we will stage two editions on Healthy Ageing during our Growth Asia 2021 series, in order to give the topic the level of attention it requires.
“The first broadcast will drill down into the latest research, trends and products for conditions associated with mobility, including bone, joint and muscle health, as well as cognitive health, including the latest nutritional solutions to aid memory, mood, alertness, sleep and relaxation.
“And with many Asian nations still struggling to fight battles against obesity, diabetes and heart disease, the second edition will be shining the spotlight on the role the food, beverage and nutrition sector has to play in helping alleviate the various metabolic health conditions. We’ll also be assessing the latest developments in gut health, with a particular focus on how Asia’s flourishing probiotics and prebiotics sectors can confer benefits to digestive health and beyond.”
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