The Healthy Food Talk series aims to foster dialogue and inspire innovation within the food industry, particularly in the realm of healthy and sustainable food choices. This edition will delve into the evolving preferences and expectations of the new generation of customers and explore strategies that restaurants can employ to meet their demands effectively.
Tor Penguin, an influential figure in the Thai food scene, will bring his unique insights and experiences to the forefront as he shares valuable perspectives on how restaurants can adapt and thrive in the face of changing customer preferences. Attendees can engage in an informative discussion that covers topics such as plant-based options, sustainable sourcing, allergen-friendly choices, and other aspects of the evolving food landscape.
Mr. Tor Thanapob Vongchinsri, the digital food influencer said “In the SME world, we are considered small fish in the ocean which puts us at a disadvantage in the market. You don't have to immediately turn yourself into a big fish to meet the demands of the market and capture all of the customer. What we could do instead is that we have to gather a group of small fish and turn ourselves into a large group of small fish to create a new ecosystem. A group of small fish can be implying to us to create a community and create new business opportunities.”
The event is proudly sponsored by Meatly, a leading provider of high-quality, sustainable meat alternatives. Meatly's commitment to offering delicious plant-based alternatives aligns perfectly with the mission of Healthy Food Talk #4. Their support ensures that this event can reach a wider audience and continue to drive positive change within the restaurant industry.
Ms. Voralun Taepaisitphongse, founder in residence of Meatly said “How can we all cooperate and move forward together with the new generation? At Meatly, we are leading the trends. Alternative proteins prove to be more efficient and more sustainable. Approximately 60% of global meat consumption is estimated to come from plant-based protein in 2040. New generations tend to choose more efficient options. Whether they are lower in calories or higher in protein. In addition, meat consumption is a major source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the process of production. Causing this to enhance the plant-based trend even further.”
To enhance accessibility, Healthy Food Asia will be providing live coverage of the event on their social media platforms. Interested individuals can follow the Healthy Food Talk event on Healthy Food Asia's LinkedIn and Facebook pages, @healthyfoodasia, to stay informed about the latest insights and discussions from the event.
In conjunction with Healthy Food Talk #4, Healthy Food Asia would also like to extend an invitation to the upcoming Healthy Food Asia 2023 exhibition. This highly anticipated event is the only dedicated food exhibition in the region that covers a wide range of healthy, organic, vegan, plant-based, functional, and free-from food options. Importers, traders, retailers, and other distribution channels from ASEAN and Asia Pacific countries are encouraged to mark their business calendars for July 5-6, 2023. Don’t miss the opportunities to attend the intensive conference in this exhibition.
Healthy Food Asia 2023 will take place at the Samyan Mitr Town Hall, Samyan MitrTown, Bangkok. Interested participants can pre-register now at https://healthyfoodasia.com/pre-booking/ and explore the Business Matching program at https://healthy-food-asia-2023.b2match.io/.
For media inquiries, interviews, or additional information about Healthy Food Talk #4, please contact:
Mrs. Saengtip Techapatiphandee
Marketing and Communications of VNU Asia Pacific
Organization: Healthy Food Asia 2023
Phone: +66 2 111 6611 Ext.330
About Healthy Food Asia:
Healthy Food Asia is a leading platform and advocate for healthy, sustainable food choices in the ASEAN and Asia Pacific regions. Through events, exhibitions, and thought leadership initiatives, Healthy Food Asia aims to foster innovation, collaboration, and knowledge exchange within the food industry, driving positive change for the benefit of consumers and the planet. The exhibition is organized by VNU Asia Pacific and EBC Expo, the strong European partners in Food industry.