Educational Webinars for Food & Nutrition

Webinars for food and nutrition experts

The purpose of our food and nutrition webinars is to share product findings and expertise with others in the industry for enhanced knowledge. Not only do these webinars discuss products ranges from specific suppliers such as Chr. Hansen and AB Enzymes in detail, but also new trends emerging in the market.

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Our featured webinars include:

  • Oterra’s (formerly Chr. Hansen Natural Colors) Naturally Derived Colors into Plant-Based Meat Applications
  • Oterra’s (formerly Chr. Hansen Natural Colors) Naturally Derived Colors for Pet Food
  • Plant-Based Trends and New Concept Demos
  • Vitalus Nutrition's Gut and Immunity Health
  • Impact of the Eating Habits of Millennials and Gen-Z on the Food Industry
  • Functional Nutrition and New Demo Concepts

On-demand webinar details

Functional Nutrition and New Demo Concepts Brenntag Food & Nutrition 52 minutesFunctional foods cross over into virtually all product categories, so the potential for new product development is exciting and hits popular key market trends. In this webinar, our food scientists present recent demo concepts focusing on functional foods and nutrition. We also highlighted a few of our key suppliers' featured ingredients such as plant-protein, curcumin, and prebiotic fiber.​​​​
Gut and Immunity Health Vitalus Nutrition Inc. 16 minutesThis webinar explains the importance of a good digestive system for overall health and discusses how Vitalus Nutrition's VITAGOS™ enhances gut health. It also covers new trends for prebiotics, gut health, and immunity.
Impact of the Eating Habits of Millennials and Gen-Z on the Food Industry Flavorchem 1 hour and 4 minutesRebecca Shurhay, Marketing Analyst at Flavorchem, and Norm Schute, Technical Development Manager at Brenntag Food & Nutrition, discuss the eating habits of millennials and gen-zs and their impact on the food industry.
Naturally Derived Colors for Pet Food Oterra (formerly Chr. Hansen Natural Colors) 40 minutesCovers the latest market and consumer trends for pet food for both dogs and cats. It discusses why colors from natural sources are important to customers and the factors to consider when converting from artificial colors.
Naturally Derived Colors in Plant-Based Meat Applications Oterra (formerly Chr. Hansen Natural Colors) 41 minutesOverview of market trends and the importance of visual appearance and color in plant-based meat applications. Learn how Oterra's (formerly Chr. Hansen Natural Colors) naturally derived colors can provide the most authentic appearance to meat analogies.
Plant-Based Trends and New Concept Demos Brenntag Food & Nutrition 58 minutesThis webinar aired on July 13, 2020 during Virtual IFT focusing on plant-based trends which has taken over the food and nutrition industry, as well as new concept demos created by our very own food experts.

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