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‘Future of Food & Drink’ Breakfast Event
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Friday 4th September 2015
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‘Future of Food & Drink’ Breakfast Event

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Event overview

Would you like to know what will be on your plate in the next five years? Then join the futurists at J. Walter Thompson’s Innovation Group for their ‘Future of Food & Drink’ breakfast event. An appetising line up of speakers will explore current food trends, make future predictions and debate questions such as why millennials, despite being skint, still want to have their gluten-free chocolate quinoa cake and eat it (after posting it on Instagram it of course). The talk is founded on new fascinating research which the event will discuss in detail, from healthonism to flexitarianism, about what the future holds for foodies. 

Star speakers include food artists Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, of Bompas & Parr, who will be talking about the future of food brand experiences, and Paul Brine, the marketing director for Farfetch, a brand which is not only a trailblazer in fashion but a lifestyle curator having launched food trends book series ‘Farfetch Curates: Food’. Lucie Greene, worldwide director of The Innovation Group, will also unveil some of the finest cuts from the group’s latest Food & Drink Futures and Trends report.
Needless to say there will be plenty of delectable food & drink on offer to all attendees.

 

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