DescriptionWith society facing major problems in terms of obesity, food waste and the environment, the need for next generation consumers to make improved food choices has never been more important. Unfortunately, we are also facing decreasing levels of engagement and knowledge about our food, particularly among the younger generation. It is difficult to encourage the next generation to make improved dietary and purchasing decisions if their engagement and comprehension of food is poor.
The conference will showcase the latest research and thinking on how to better engage next generation consumers on food values. Novel tools and strategies will be presented by a range of international speakers from research, education and industry sectors. We will also provide opportunities for early stage researches to present their achievements.
|Period||03 Dec 2019 → 04 Dec 2019|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
An Analysis of the Northern Ireland Beef Supply Chain- Barriers, Opportunities and Recommendations for Optimal Performance
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy