The Good Food Forum on 14 April will explore the role that food businesses play in a healthier New Zealand. It’s a hot topic, so expect vibrant discussions and learnings as business leaders and experts reveal what we can do to make a healthy future.
We’re excited to announce the line-up of speakers at this year’s forum and believe it will lead to lively debate!
- Grant Rosewarne, Chief Executive, NZ King Salmon
- Lisa King, Founder, Eat My Lunch
- Paul Johnston, Supply Chain & Distribution Manager, Life Health Foods
Last year the Good Food Forum drew 120 people and we’re expecting this year’s event to be just as popular, so get in quick with your tickets to the afternoon forum!
Transformation Leader, Restorative Food and Water, Emily Dowding-Smith says, “We need to bridge the gap between what is happening in health and our communities and the role of businesses in forging a healthier future for our country. This forum will provide up to date information on current trends in health, environment and food and will also set the scene for business leadership. Our speakers are all leading in this topic.”
Attendees will also get to try some of the products from the winners of this year’s Good Food Boost mentoring programme, for which we are currently taking applications.