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Techweek TV: How New Zealand can lead the way in the future of food innovation

How we eat, grow and consume food is changing globally. Where is disruption happening? How can New Zealand lead in food innovation?

What's it all about?

As an agricultural trading nation, New Zealand has a great opportunity to embrace ‘greener’ growth. But how prepared are we for the changes ahead? With governments, investors and consumers around the world increasingly focused on reducing the greenhouse gas emissions and water usage of our meat and dairy suppliers, what does the future of food look like? How will the food/value supply chain change? Business opportunities exist to develop alternative protein foods in place of meat, and instead of using animals in food production. Join our expert panel as they discuss these issues, and more.

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Nationwide Webcast

Tuesday 21 May
1:00pm - 1:25pm

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Katy Bluett

Group Manager, Food and Beverage, Callaghan Innovation

Katy Bluett has launched over 800 products in a career spanning power electronics to ice cream. One thing is consistent though and that is her passion for innovation. Katy works for Callaghan Innovation whose purpose is to activate innovation and accelerate commercialisation for a better New Zealand. Katy’s focus is on supporting the NZ Foodtech industry.

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Jeremy Baker

Chief Insight Officer, B+LNZ

Jeremy Baker is the Chief Insight Officer at B+LNZ. He has wide experience in strategy, analytics and senior leadership roles in industry, education and government, including previously being Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Lincoln University. He is focused on providing B+LNZ and sheep and beef farmers with the insights and tools they need to tackle the issues that matter to the sector.

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