Investing in the Next Wave of Natural & Organic
U.S. consumers are demanding access to more organic, natural, and locally-sourced and produced food. This demand is driving investment in innovative food businesses, products and brands.
However, it can still be a challenge for players in this sector to make the right connections to ensure they can get the investment they need to grow.
Join us at Food 2.0: Investing in the Next Wave of Natural & Organic, where manufacturers, entrepreneurs, service providers, distributors, and the investment community, among others meet to discuss and shape the natural and organic food landscape. In addition to building relationships with potential investors, attendees will learn winning strategies to thrive in this competitive market.
Sir Kensington’s Condiments to present a Natural and Organic Food Brand Entrepreneur Success Story on June 8
Join Leading Brands:
Campbell’s, Coca Cola, Beyond Meat, Element Snacks, Brightfarms Inc, Hungryroot, The Whitewave Foods Company, Green Zebra Grocery & Sun Basket
THE WHITEWAVE FOODS COMPANY
GREEN ZEBRA GROCERY
- American Ostrich Farms
- 301, Inc.
- AG Innovations
- Alliance Consumer Growth
- Beyond Meat
- Bright Farms Inc
- The Coca-Cola Company
- Daymon Worldwide
- Din Inc.
- Door to Door Organics
- eHarvestHub Inc.
- Fair Food Network
- The Food Mint
- Green Zebra Grocery
- GoodBelly Probiotics
- The Hartman Group, Inc
- Hungry Root
- Imagine Chocolate
- KOR Food Innovation
- Local Food Marketplace, LLC
- New Crop Capital
- Paine + Partners
- Piper Jaffray & Co.
- Organic Trade Association
- Salt Venuture Parnters
- Sir Kensington's
- Sherbrooke Capital
- Sloan Trends, Inc.
- Sun Basket
- The WhiteWave Foods Company
- Tic Gums
- Whipstitch Capital
*Special attendee rates subject to verification by Infocast
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Reservation Cutoff date: Tuesday May 17, 2016
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