SPRING, Texas, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --South Plainfield, N.J.-based WholeFoods Magazine and Trust Transparency Center announced today the third virtual event in their Naturally Informed series: Driving Opportunities Across the Microbiome Space, taking place October 20-21, 2020. The two-day virtual event will offer insights and education to help ingredient companies, brands, and retailers succeed in this trending market, from a microbiome 101 overview to in-depth look at claims and enforcement issues and more.
"The Naturally Informed series is a curriculum of virtual events powered by Trust Transparency Center and WholeFoods Magazine designed to keep suppliers, brands and retailers informed on developments in the natural products industry so that they can make better business decisions and inform consumers about the opportunities, challenges and issues surrounding consuming these types of products," said Len Monheit, CEO, Trust Transparency Center.
"Our program provides you high-caliber content from virtual events, webinars, articles, white papers and sponsor materials that are provocative, colorful, engaging and illuminating," added Heather Wainer, Publisher, WholeFoods Magazine.
During live presentations, panel discussions and Q&A sessions, attendees will learn from world-class microbiome, health and retail insight experts. Keynote presentations include:
- Understanding the Microbiome in the Era of Precision Medicine presented by author and University of California San Diego professor Jack Gilbert.
- Your Guide to a Complete Microbiome Makeover presented by author and natural medicine expert Fred Pescatore, MD.
The event will also feature live panels including:
- Winning Strategies: Innovating & communicating in the microbiome featuring Lisa and Alana Macfarlane, The Gut Stuff; Paul Schulick, For the Biome; and Jennifer Costello, Health Hut.
- Postbiotics: What are they and how do they work? presented by Colin Hill, PhD, University College Cork, Ireland.
- The New Frontier? AI and personalization in the microbiome space featuring Aline de Santa Izabel, YOGUT; Mariëtte Abrahams, PhD, RD, Qina; and Jay Jacobowitz, Retail Insights.
The event will include a fully interactive experiences through breakouts and networking to help foster qualified leads and valuable connections.
Driving Opportunities in the Microbiome Space is supported by Premier Sponsor Stratum Nutrition, Champion Sponsors Sabinsa and Wakunaga, and Partner Level sponsors Amin Talati Wasserman, ChildLife Essentials, Essential Formulas and Health Wright Products.
Please visit NaturallyInformed.net for more information on speakers, sessions, and sponsors, and to register for the FREE virtual event Driving Opportunities in the Microbiome Space. The event will also be promoted on social using #NaturallyInformed and #WintheMicrobiome.
Media Contact: Traci Kantowski, Communications Director, Trust Transparency Center
832-843-7287 / [email protected].
About WholeFoods Magazine
WholeFoods Magazine is published by Wainer Finest Communications, a family-owned media company based in South Plainfield, NJ. The magazine informs and educates the natural products industry and is produced monthly in both print and digital editions. Special issues include the Annual Source Directory, Annual Retailer Survey, Retailer of the Year, and Person of the Year. The company also hosts digital educational events and produces weekly e-newsletters and other digital products to keep the natural products industry informed. Digital resources can be found at wholefoodsmagazine.com and naturalproductfinder.com.
About Trust Transparency Center
Trust Transparency Center utilizes trust transparency principles to provide insights and guidance to nutritional product stakeholders in the areas of Business and Go-To-Market Strategy, Finance and M&A, Compliance and Risk Management, Strategic Services, Organizational Culture Development and Trust Transparency Coaching. rust Transparency Center utilizes trust transparency principles to provide insights and guidance to nutritional product stakeholders in the areas of Business and Go-To-Market Strategy, Finance and M&A, Compliance and Risk Management, Strategic Services, Organizational Culture Development and Trust Transparency Coaching. Trust Transparency Center also operates the Ingredient Transparency Center which identifies emerging and challenge categories of nutritional ingredients and devotes resources to identifying issues and potential, and then stewards aggressive work plans to lead these categories to potential and/or prevent their exploitation. To learn more, please visit TrustTransparency.com.
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