Nutracon Europe to be held on 23-24 June 2008, Cologne, Germany

Leading international experts in the supplements, sports nutrition and beauty sectors will this year gather in Cologne, Germany for the annual two-day Nutracon Europe conference.

As a result of the many new regulatory developments over the last year and the considerable impact these changes will have on business the major issues in European regulatory policies, legal implications and the effect on products and innovation will be a key scene-setter. There will be new market and consumer insights (not previously in the public domain), a look at developments and opportunities in emerging markets, winning strategies in marketing and branding, niche trends - bone health, weight, cognitive, mood, beauty – and using the latest technology for market advantage.

There will be plenty of opportunity for debate and networking, and sessions are aimed at giving real practical advice. The conference draws senior representatives from international manufacturers, suppliers and retailers in areas of R&D, regulatory affairs, corporate management, business development, marketing and branding

Speakers currently include: Gert Krabichler - ERNA , Jean Savigny - Keller & Heckmann, Simon Pettman - EAS, Peter Wennstrom - Health Focus, Prof. Cees Vermeer - Maastricht University and Dr Terry McMorris, Chichester University.

There will be an evening reception on the 23rd June to which all delegates are invited. Lunches and breaks are designed to encourage networking.

Delegate registration will be online. Sponsorship and display opportunities are available.
Nutracon Europe is organised by New Hope Natural Media Europe Ltd in cooperation with Functional Ingredients, EAS and Health Focus. Web site :


For more information please contact
Jackie Pedersen
Tel Mob: +44 (0)7980 767710
email: [email protected]

Note: The Healthy Foods European Summit will be taking place on 6-7 October 2008 in London, UK.. Web site

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