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Paris Nord Villepinte, Paris - Western Europe
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Karine Dussimon Industry Manager

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18 Oct 22 | CET: 10:30 AM - 18 Oct 22 | CET: 10:55 AM

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For over 50 years, SIAL Paris has been welcoming a melting pot of industry players to the French capital to share their savoir-faire and create the recipes of the future.
Every two years, producers, importers, buyers and retailers, media specialists and independent associations of every shape and size meet at the largest exhibition venue in Paris for five-days of inspiration, debate and exchange. Whether it is a rising start-up or a large group, a hot new product or a blue-chip brand, an established chain or a ground-breaking retail model, SIAL Paris is the springboard for sustainable success.
Session title: Food Beyond the Pandemic
Session description: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought permanent changes and new opportunities to global packaged food markets. In her presentation, Karine Dussimon, Food and Nutrition expert at Euromonitor International, examines the legacies of this sanitary crisis for foods and how to thrive in this new environment. Alongside many working hours, many eating and food shopping occasions will stay in the home. Growing e-commerce will lead to shorter routes to consumers whilst faster delivery can help recreate impulse purchase behaviour. Supply chains need to be future proofed with a sustainability lens on. Meanwhile, consumers will embrace foods that support physical and mental resilience.
Date and time of the EMI session: 18 October 2022, 9.30-9.55 GMT
Name and title of speaker involved: Karine Dussimon, Industry Manager
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