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Farm to Fork Europe

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Delivered as a Hybrid Event
Live In-Person & Digital Experiences: 21 - 23 June 2022Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens | Greece

Delivered as a Hybrid Event
Live In-Person & Digital Experiences: 21 - 23 June 2022,
Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens | Greece

Plant Biostimulants & Sustainable AG Solutions in a global context- visionary initiatives to drive forward your future strategy

Senior executives in Biostimulant, BioAg and related AgTech sectors close the gap between strategic, business-critical issues and address regulatory hurdles impeding market access.

AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

Have you seen the latest new changes on the Farm to Fork Europe agenda? 

Hear all about it from Kristen Sukalac in the video below! Find out more about the speaker line up and take the opportunity to join them from 21st - 23rd June 2022 in Greece - If you can't travel you can also join us virtually on the same dates. 

Kristen Sukalac goes through the event agenda in this video - watch it now!

EBIC/New Ag International Farm to Fork Conference

Bringing together a diverse community of thought leaders, sustainability experts, and food chain stakeholders, the conference will transform your understanding of the global business drivers that will shape your operating environment for years to come. Join us in Athens in June 2022 for sessions on:

Session 1: Geopolitics of Food and Agriculture

Food production, trade, security, and sustainability  occur against a geopolitical background that is increasingly challenging. We explore how these geopolitical forces affect policy choices and constrain or enable the actions of business, farmers, consumers and other stakeholders. As agriculture copes with producing enough healthy food to feed a growing population in this ever-changing context, biostimulants have emerged as an essential technology to add to the toolbox.



Session 2: Biostimulants, Ag-Inputs and Climate Change

In this session, speakers and panellists address the gaps between reality on the ground and the imperatives of global climate change and how policy can either empower or hobble efforts of farmers, business, and consumers to close that gap. This session explores how to manage climate-related goals within food production and the difficulties of achieving them without adding biostimulants to the mix. It asks how policy frameworks can accelerate the scaling of innovations that will allow leaps forward in grappling with climate change.

Session 3: Biostimulants and Promoting Soil Health

There is a growing recognition that an existential sustainability crisis is forming under our feet. Around the globe, soil degradation and loss of topsoil are literally eroding our agricultural productive capacity just as the demand for high-quality food increases inexorably.  Soil health means looking beyond physical and chemical indicators to the health of soil ecosystems, which is are tied to soil carbon, a key factor in both mitigating and adapting to climate change. This session will look at the growing momentum to prioritize soil health and the central contribution that plant biostmulants can make to protecting and improving this precious resource.

Session 4: What does "food for all" mean in Europe today?

In a global context, hunger in Europe may seem like a distant memory. But when you scratch below the surface, the picture is more troubled. Malnutrition is more prevalent than undernutrition, as relected by the relentless climb in obesity across the region over recent decades. The underlying reasons are complex and include socio-economic factors. But when late frosts, record drought, and floods struck in 2021, food prices soared, and some fresh produce became rare. How can food production become more resilient to climate volatility, and how can plant biostimulants help? How can the food chain, including the biostimulants industry, better cope with logistical shocks like those covid has triggered?

New business insights inspired by a unique combination of Agribusiness economic, environmental, social & regulatory perspectives

DEBATE GEOPOLITICS

The 2022 Farm to Fork Europe conference begins by examining the challenging geopolitical context and how it affects agriculture from supply chains to getting food to consumers. The geopolitical forces considered in the first session affect policy choices and constrain or enable the actions of business, farmers, consumers and other stakeholders.

DISCUSS CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change is no longer something our farmers are preparing for — it is something that they already have to cope with. In the second session, the conference addresses the disconnect between the imperatives of global climate change and current practices and how policy can either empower or impede efforts of farmers, business, and consumers to make necessary changes.

ADDRESS SOIL HEALTH

Soil health means looking beyond physical and chemical indicators to the health of soil ecosystems, which is are tied to soil carbon, a key factor in both mitigating and adapting to climate change. This session will look at the growing momentum to prioritize soil health and the central contribution that plant biostmulants can make to protecting and improving this precious resource.

RETHINK SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION

Sustainably feeding a growing population requires closing three gaps: between the amount of food produced today and what is needed tomorrow, finding extra land to do so -- even if productivity can be improved per hectare, and avoiding the extra emissions that would make the climate crisis worse. Seen through this lens, plant biostimulants emerge as a vital technology to help close these gaps. Biostimulants can improve yields, rehabilitate soils to make them (more) productive, and reduce the waste of fertilizers that contribute to nitrogen-related emissions when  lost to the environment.

DELVE INTO NEW POSSIBILITIES

Investors and ag professionals from the wider food chain will identify new opportunities to use investment, disruptive technologies, alliances and climate-smart solutions to make the Next-Gen food chain a reality, with the help of biostimulants. With our state of the art networking platform you can be sure to meet new connections in a time efficient manner. 

EXPLORE NEW OPTIONS

Executives from the Biostimulants industry will gain fresh ideas and applicable tools to take their businesses to the next level by securing investment, leveraging disruptive technologies, allying with the wider food chain, and capitalizing on climate-smart food production.We will be hosting interactive problem solving sessions throughout the event, involving smaller groups and teamwork, meaning that you will leave this event with real-life take home messages!

Announcing the Farm to Fork Europe as a Hybrid Event for 2022

To best meet the needs of both travelling and stay-at-home audiences, the Farm to Fork Europe will be a HYBRID event, combining a live experience in Greece and digital experiences that showcase all of the content from the live event with additional keynotes, panel discussions and a meeting schedule to be fully inclusive to those unable to attend in person. [More details]

Our commitment to your health & safety are a priority so all our events are run according to official government and local authority guidance in the first instance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations. In addition, all events follow the ten New Ag International AllSecure priority commitments. [Details]

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Agronomists, Scientists, Agricultural and Crop Consultants, Plant Nutrition and crop care Manufacturers, Research Institutions, Suppliers, Distributors, Traders, Academics, Journalists, Government Agencies, Cooperatives, Venture Capitalists, Financial Sector Representatives, Service Providers, all those involved in optimising sustainable crop yields and quality!

EBIC & NEW AG PARTNER FOR AN EVENT LIKE NO OTHER!

The Farm to Fork Europe Conference is a partnership between EBIC and New Ag International inspired by a shared goal: to be catalysts for ever more sustainable agricultural solutions. 

The European Biostimulants Industry Council (EBIC) is here to ensure biostimulant technologies are valued as integral to sustainable agriculture, while securing an enabling regulatory framework. Agriculture is complex, and relationships with stakeholders throughout the agri-food chain and the operating environment are crucial for our mutual success. 

Twitter: @biostimulantsEU              

LInkedIn: EBIC (European Biostimulants Industry Council)

CONNECT WITH KEY BUYERS AND ALLIES AT FARM TO FORK EUROPE

Whether you're increasing your company profile, launching a new product or focusing on new business development opportunities, collaborate with us to identify custom solutions to help you reach your goals. Contact us today!

Jacqui French | T: +44 (0)20 701 76957 | E: Jacqui.French@newaginternational.com

Alexander Zenonos| T: +44 (0)20 7017 7742 | E: Alexander.Zenonos@newaginternational.com

NEW AG INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY

The New AG International Academy vision is to advance the knowledge and competencies of key decision makers across the agricultural supply chain by delivering a combination of strategic, commercial and technical training solutions.

The academy provides professionals with up-to-date, insightful and skill enhancing information on the latest technology innovations driving the industry.  

Check out our website and find out more!

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