Guelph, Ontario-- The Guelph Food Technology Centre (GFTC) is proud to sponsor Ontario’s inaugural Agri-Food Innovation Forum, to be held in Toronto, Ontario on June 19-21, 2005.
The Forum will take place at the Hilton Toronto, starting with a reception on June 19 followed by two days of programming that will focus on the 2005 theme: Food, a Healthy Value Proposition. Distinguished, thought-provoking leaders from all over the world will be presenting their ideas on how innovation in agriculture and food directly impacts human health. Featured topics include:
- Diet and lifestyle interventions for chronic disease
- Marketing fruit and vegetable innovations to stimulate consumer demand
- Bringing innovation to market: An international perspective
- Promoting nutrition to Canadians
- Changing the shape of a nation through emerging science
- Applying emerging science to address obesity
About GFTC: GFTC is Canada’s only not-for-profit, non-subsidized food technology centre. GFTC provides creative, confidential technical solutions, training, consulting and auditing to the Canadian agri-food industry in the areas of R&D, product development, packaging, shelf-life, food safety, quality, and productivity improvement. Each year, GFTC assists over 500 companies and organizations, and provides training to more than 3600 people.
For More Information
The Agri-Food Forum is presented by MaRS Landing, Ontario Agri-Food Technologies and the Governments of Ontario and Canada. For information, or to register, please contact:
Melissa Yollick, Argyle Rowland Communications, (416) 968-7311, Ext: 231, [email protected]
Or visit: www.agrifoodforum.com