FOOD FOR KIDS Summit​​

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Take a deep dive into trends & companies shaping the future of kids’ food.

Speakers

28
Brad Barnhorn
BOARD MEMBER
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David Lemley
Founder, President & Chief Strategist
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Adam Lowry
Co-Founder & CEO
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Alison Rabschnuk
Director
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Hema Reddy
Founder & CEO
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Jaime Athos
President & CEO
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Kristie Middleton
Vice President of Business Development
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Billy Bosch
Founder & CEO
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Jennifer Pomeranz
Assistant Professor
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Melanie Kahn
Founder and CEO
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Jon Sebastiani
Founder & Managing Partner
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Mark Rampolla
Co-Founder & Managing Partner
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Erin Quann, PhD
Head of Medical Affairs
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Dr. Jennifer Harris
Senior Research Advisor

Start

October 1, 2020

End

November 18, 2020

Address

Online Event   View map

FOODNAVIGATOR-USA: FOOD FOR KIDS INTERACTIVE ONLINE SERIES

Trailblazers Challenge OPEN!

Are you developing food or beverage products for kids, babies, or expectant moms? Click on the button below to enter the trailblazers challenge and win the opportunity to present your product and gain feedback from our expert panel during the Innovation in Action… Meet the Trailblazers session on November 11, 2020.

Kids… what are you feeding yours?

School closures are taxing already strained household budgets and creating extra stress for families dealing with high levels of anxiety. So how can food and beverage brands come up with enticing – but affordable – recipes, products and culinary solutions to make life easier for parents when long-established routines have been upended?

What will the ‘new normal’ look like for families and will the crisis accelerate the adoption curve of food e-commerce and direct to consumer brands targeting babies, toddlers, and young children? Will the recent growth in interest in kids’ multivitamins, vitamin C and orange juice continue, or is it risky to assume that buying patterns at the start of this pandemic provide any useful indicator of where consumers are heading?

Find some answers at FoodNavigator-USA’s third FOOD FOR KIDS summit – which is transitioning from a face-to-face event in Chicago to an online event virtually bringing together stakeholders from across the industry to explore what kids are eating, how habits and diets have changed, and how we can deliver affordable, nutritious products that kids want to eat, and parents can feel good about buying.

If you’d like to be kept in the loop for the Food for Kids 2020 Interactive Online Series, please click on the button below.