Join business leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and influencers from the U.S., Latin America, and the Caribbean – all driven by a mission of making healthier food more readily available to our communities. In partnership with the Miami Dade College and its Culinary Institute, the conference sets the stage for networking, learning and exploring new trends affecting food policy, innovation, and community engagement.
• Morning Sessions are devoted to: Important public policy issues surrounding sugar, soda tax, and legislation.
• Afternoon Sessions will be devoted to: Food innovation and inspiring the next generation of food entrepreneurs.
Plus: Pre-conference gala reception at Tuyo Restaurant, the crown jewel sitting atop Miami Culinary Institute, Feb. 21, 6:00-8:00pm. Experience award-winning cuisine, spectacular scenic views and meet icons of the better food movement. Reception included with conference admission ticket for a limited time. Register now to attend both events.
Don’t miss out on a premier lineup of presenters and the invaluable connections that arise from bringing passionate, like-minded people together. Register today.
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From the U.S., Latin America, & the Caribbean – make priceless connections with business leaders, policymakers, and influencers.
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