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Why are consumers so drawn to the personalised nutrition market?
It seems everywhere we look there is the opportunity to access individualised products and technology programmed to your needs. The personalised nutrition market is no exception. It is estimated to be an US$8B industry and is forecasted to grow to a US$45B industry by 2040 according to market insight leader Qina, but what will this growing market look like in real terms? Why are consumers so drawn to it, what micro-trends are emerging within it, and what will consumers be looking for in 2023 and beyond?
This dynamic and informative trends panel will examine the very latest science shaping the market as well as the products and solutions which are capturing the imagination of the public.
The expert panel chaired by Qina founder Mariette Abrahams includes an informative cross-section of the personalised nutrition industry. Let speakers from the medical industry, chemical analysis industry and a personalised nutrition platform help you to understand what businesses need to be aiming for to achieve market share in a competitive landscape.
Equip yourself with the most up to date market insight and consumer data through the panel discussion, and have your pressing questions answered in an interactive Q and A.
Mariëtte Abrahams MBA
CEO & Founder of Qina – the hub for data and insights in personalised nutrition, Qina
Kelsey Russell Murray
Clinical Dietitian, St Thomas Elgin General Hospital
Colleen Fogarty Draper
CEO and Founder, PhenomX Health
Chief Science Officer, Happ
Co-founder, Field Doctor
I think there was recently a study that showed that in terms of longevity, if we just make those tiny little tweaks, early on, you know, in our 20s, we can add 10 years to our life in terms of health. And so we need to think about, obesity and diabetes, but we also need to think how can we make people excited at an early age to personalise before anything happens.Mariette Abrahams, Personalised Nutrition Business Consultant and Founder, QINA
Benefits of attending:
Gain the very latest market information on consumer trends in personalised nutrition
Identify where the most significant growth is taking place and where the greatest opportunities lie
Understand what consumers are looking for in personalised nutrition
Make your voice heard and ask your questions of our expert panel
Trends panel: personalised nutrition in 2023