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2020 Food and Beverage Industry Trends:

How Nutrition has Different Meanings for Different Generations

Thu, May 7, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

At any given time, numerous trends are rising and declining around the globe. However, in the midst of these, a few fundamental themes with the potential for large-scale impact shine through. These trends, known as MegaTrends, have the ability to impact many different industries and redefine culture and daily life in significant ways. The Insights team at Glanbia Nutritionals continuously analyzes sources ranging from market reports to trade shows to social media in search of the next MegaTrends. 

In this revealing webinar, you will learn about: 

  • Which top trends that are likely to shape the food and beverage industry over the next five years? 
  • What are the significant influences that drive preferences, expectations, and behaviors in each generation and microgeneration? 
  • How to stay ahead of the curve in a changing world? 
  • Take a sneak peek at consumer behaviors through the lens of our macro generations during Covid-19


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                    Ludi Marche
              Director of Insights, 
              Glanbia Nutritionals

Ludi leads the global Market Insights team, bringing over 15+ years of experience in the CPG world from across Europe and North America to her role. With an education from the renowned ESSEC School of Management in France, she started her career at ACNielsen in Paris, then moved to the U.S. to work for ACNielsen. She further honed her Consumer Insights skills while at Kraft, before joining Glanbia Nutritionals in 2017.  



                  Emily Hallock
         Primary Research Manager, 
              Glanbia Nutritionals

Emily specializes in the creation and execution of quantitative and qualitative research methods on the food and beverage industry. She has substantial expertise researching the food industry, including foodservice and CPG dynamics, having spent five years with Technomic. Her educational background in Food Anthropology and 10 years of prior experience in the foodservice industry provide her with a strong knowledge base for in-depth research and data analysis.

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