Digital conference | Better nutrition for life: for now and generations to come

How does nutrition impact the health of people at all stages of life? 

To celebrate FrieslandCampina Institute’s 20th anniversary this year, we will organize our first global conference ‘Better nutrition for life: for now and generations to come’! It will be a fully digital event organised on June 25 and 26. International speakers will share their expertise on topics like the impact of nutrition on child and maternal health, healthy ageing, and the role of protein within a healthy and sustainable diet.

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Adequate nutrition is important for health and development during all stages of life, from childhood to healthy ageing. What role can nutrition play in improving the health, development and quality of life for the world’s population for now and generations to come? Looking at the health of the growing population and malnutrition challenges we still face worldwide, feeding the world presents a major challenge for the future. How can better nutrition for life be achieved within a sustainable and healthy diet? Explore all these topics by joining us during this free virtual global anniversary event by registering!

Virtual event

We will host this live event in a beautiful virtual environment. Follow the presentations of interesting speakers and ask your questions during Q&A sessions and panel discussions. Visit the virtual stands, watch our videos, check-out our brochures and tools, and save them in your personal digital briefcase. Or visit a workout session such as yoga. This conference will be held in English.

Program & registration

View the program here and sign up for free!

Practical information

Date Friday June 25 and Saturday June 26, 2021
For who Nutrition, health and medical professionals
Language English
Costs This conference is offered by the FrieslandCampina Institute
Accreditation We will apply for accreditation at the Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association (SNDA). All participants will receive an attendance certificate, if a full day has been followed.