Welcome to the iFood Conference 2019
The focus is on the international dialogue on innovations in the food sector. Leading experts and decision-makers from industry and trade as well as highly regarded start-ups share their know-how.
Over the last few years, the iFood has established itself as a highly regarded networking event at Anuga in Cologne, the world's largest trade fair for nutrition.
Based on our experience from recent years, we expect around 200 participants from all over the world.
Leading experts from the food sector, decision-makers from industry and trade and representatives from the public sector. The aim of the iFood Conference is to present the latest insights on market developments and innovations in the food sector, also with a view to the future.
DIL German Institute of Food Technologies
The German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL) is located at the heart of Germany’s agriculture and food industry. A very well-established team of around 200 experts has been developed in connection with the institute over the past three decades. The team taps new potentials every day and paves the way for innovations. With more than 175 member companies from the food industry and related fields, DIL operates as a research institute working in the areas of product development, process development and analysis. The institute’s competences and technical capabilities span the full range of food technologies. This expertise is put into practice via the institute’s organizational structure, which is divided into interconnected research platforms and business divisions. Forming a bridge between science and practice, DIL supports its partners in the innovation process.
The Anuga is the world’s largest and most important trade fair for food and beverages with an amazing range of products. Only at Anuga you will find the most important key players of the national and international food and beverage industry. The 10 different special trade fairs are going to present you the current trend themes 2017.
Agrifood State Initative
The state initiative Food Industry bundles competences and know-how in all areas of the food industry for the entire state of Lower Saxony. On 1 January 2010, the starting signal was given for the state initiative Food Industry. Following the successful application to continue the initiative in 2018, the University of Vechta and the DIL German Institute of Food Technology were awarded the contract to support the state initiative from 2019 to 2021. The State Initiative Food Industry sees itself as a cross-industry and cross-technology competence network with a high degree of market and application orientation. The aim is to mobilize and develop Lower Saxony’s innovative potential. The focus here is on innovation-oriented, ecologically and socially sustainable growth.