Committee Agri-Food Innovation  •  Healthcare

Innovative solutions in food supplements for preventive healthcare

EHL Campus - Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, 3 Lady Hill Rd, Singapore 258672
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Join us to hear from key experts to understand the benefits, the challenges and opportunities of food supplements in search of preventive medicine.

The Asia-Pacific dietary supplement market is estimated to register an annual growth rate of more than 8% during the forecast period of 2021-2026.

The demand for dietary supplements has increased significantly, especially during the pandemic. Solutions to boost our immune system and to relieve stress are much sought after.

In addition, consumers are changing their living practices and are leaning toward a more consistent healthy and natural supplementation.

This market segment is undoubtedly expected to expand quickly in the near future, thanks to the acceleration of scientific and technological advancements, and through scientific studies and clinical trials.

Before food supplements and their finished products are launched in each Asian market, a rigorous regulatory processes and multiple checks are carried out. All products are validated by the local equivalent of the FDA to ensure safety and customer protection.

Join us to hear from our key experts to understand the benefits, the challenges and opportunities for food supplements in support of Preventive Medicine.

Programme :

- From 8.00- 8.30am : Welcoming attendees

- From 8.30am to 9.00am : Presentation of the ongoing research and nutritional qualities benefits from dietary supplements by Camille Alnet, Health Sales Manager Asia Pacific at Nexira and Thierry Foucher, Director at Ingredia  

- From 9.00am to 9.45am : Panel discussion to discuss on customer expectations, importance of health/food supplement claims, market growth and challenges and efforts in preventative medicine with Camille Alnet, Thierry Foucher and Dr. Maleena Suppiah Cavert,  Chief Wellbeing Officer at National University Health System

- From 9.45am - 10.00 am : Q/A with the audience

This rountable will be moderated by Barbara Guerpillon, co-president of the Agri-Food Innovation Committee at the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore.

This event is jointly organised with The Conseillers du Commerce extérieur de la France (French Foreign Trade Advisors ).

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  • This event is open to members
  • Full payment is required upon registration
  • No refund
  • Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes

Safe management measures

  • Open to fully vaccinated only
  • Safe distancing measures will be adhered to throughout the event


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