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Major summit welcomes food-based businesses to Valencia



The pioneering meeting on the future of food, Ftalks: The Foodchangemakers Summit, will celebrate its sixth edition on June 18 and 19 in Valencia. Around the meeting, organised by the Spanish KM ZERO Food Innovation Hub, there are expectations of growth in the entrepreneurial presence, which has led to the advancement of dates for the initiative.

In addition, for this year, the event, consolidated as the largest food innovation forum in Europe, will take place in its own space, the Startup Forum, which will host presentations to investors of emerging companies and analysis tables on investment, open innovation models and public financing. This stage will host the presentations of more than one hundred startups to investors, who present themselves with a potential investment capacity of up to 4 billion euro – a record number of funds.

This innovation Hub’s objectives, once again this year, are to connect and promote collaboration between those agents – people, initiatives and companies – that are promoting change towards healthy and sustainable food and nutrition models. To do this, the focus is placed on three pillars:

Startups, who, depending on their degree of maturity, promote value chain projects.

Community, which are those who generate and share food trends and information.

Companies, who contribute innovation strategy projects, co-creation and access to the ‘foodtech’ entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Ftalks, which will structure its agenda around conferences and round tables during the meeting, will feature some of the most important voices on the international scene in food innovation, who will talk about nutrition, regenerative agriculture, the effects of climate change on soils and food security or the fight against waste.

To this end, these conferences around the triple impact in the agri-food chain will feature a panel with the presence of more than one hundred experts from around the world.



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