The world faces a fundamental challenge in sustainably feeding a healthy diet to over nine billion people by 2050. A resilient food system and sustainable diets are pivotal in solving this challenge and achieving both the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement. As the most populous region in the world, the Asia Pacific plays a decisive role in combatting many of the interlinked issues at hand, such as malnutrition, deforestation, loss of biodiversity and rising greenhouse gas emissions.
Could animal-free proteins be the future of food? How are big brands attempting to change consumer behaviour in the food space? Could food go from being the cause of some of our greatest health and climate challenges to become a cure for them?
Dr. Gunhild Stordalen Founder
and President of EAT Foundation
To find out more, join us at the inaugural EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum (APFF) on October 30 - 31st 2017 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Jakarta. The APFF is co-hosted by EAT Foundation and the Indonesian government and will convene over 500 global leaders across business, policy, science and civil society to address the challenges and opportunities of today’s food system.
The forum is designed to educate, foster partnerships, create new connections and find high-impact solutions to transforming the global food system into one that delivers healthy, sustainable and affordable diets to all.
This year we have speakers from some of the world’s largest and most innovative food brands, thought-leaders and high-level dignitaries, including PepsiCo, Cargill, Olam, IKEA, Monde Nissin, the President of the Republic of Indonesia, the Minister of Health of Malaysia, the WHO, the World Bank, the UN, WWF and World Business Council for Sustainable Development.
H.E. Joko Widodo: President of
The Republic of Indonesia

To request an invitation to the EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum click here.
The Media accreditation for the EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum 2017 is open. Online accreditation is the only official channel to obtain registration for the media. EAT is not in a position to accept accreditations via any other channel (e-mail, fax, post, etc).


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