Disruptive technology, efficiency and health will dominate the agenda at London Food Tech Week, taking place across the capital in May.
Speakers will include Just Eat business partnership director Robin Clark, Draft House founder Charlie McVeigh, plant ‘meat’ firm NovaMeat founder Giuseppe Scionti and VBites Foods founder Heather Mills.
Taking place in a number of venues in London from 20-24 May, each of the five days will address a different theme including technology in the home, food and drink, retail and eating out.
Based at London’s Hawker House the eating out day will explore how operators can create experience-enhancing tactics and new channel opportunities.
Meanwhile, Just Eat and packaging start up Skipping Rocks Lab will present their single use packaging partnership.
Other notable events include and look at how Diageo, social channel Twisted and dark kitchen network Lean are getting products direct to consumers, while headline speaker Sam Conniff Allende, author of Be More Pirate, will challenge the audience to manifest their inner pirate in order to positively disrupt the food industry.
Nadia El Hadery, Founder and CEO of YFood, which organises London Food Tech Week, said: “Food Tech Week is a fascinating industry festival which celebrates and connects the incredible people and innovations that are helping us make huge strides in Food Tech, revolutionising the way we buy and consume food. It’s a must-attend for startups, investors, brands, marketers and food manufacturers alike.”
To take advantage of 25% off the ticket price visit the London Food Tech Week website and enter YFOODCATERER25 when paying.