GENEVA—Vitafoods Europe is returning to Geneva, May 6-8. Around 13,000 attendees are expected at the show to see the latest ingredient and raw material launches from more than 700 exhibitors including Capsugel, DuPont Health and Nutrition, DSM and Naturex. New exhibitors include Diana Naturals, Fareva, Herbal Creations, Kirsch Pharma, Lactalis and Orgenetics. This year's show will have more free content than ever and will cover the entire nutraceutical spectrum, offering something for everyone attending the show.
The New Products Zone will give attendees the chance to see the most recent ingredient launches and the next generation of nutraceutical ingredients. The Supplier Seminar Theatre will allow attendees to hear about new launches, research and case studies first-hand from the exhibitors. Themes for the Innovation Tours include mobility, energy and alertness and staying smart.
EAS Strategic Advice will be on hand to offer free one-on-one advice on tackling challenges surrounding product formulations, labeling and claims. The sessions will also cover regulatory compliance including the EU (European Union) article 13 health claim list, as well as specialty recommendation on overcoming problems that can arise when entering the CIS and Russian region.
Along with the exhibition, Vitafoods is also launching a brand new modular format that offers in-depth insights. With 77 speakers presenting during 16 session, the two-day program will cover the industry's hot topics and allow attendees to select sessions relevant to their business needs.
"Vitafoods Europe 2014 brings together the top minds in the nutraceutical industry to discuss the topics that will shape the market over the next few years. With a host of new products on show and a comprehensive program of seminars and educational content, this year’s show is set to be the epicenter of innovation and debate within the industry," said Chris Lee, Vitafoods portfolio director.
Vitafoods Europe is co-located with Finished Products Europe, a functional food and drink and dietary supplement exhibition.