Do you stay current on the latest developments and learnings in food and science?
The web provides an invaluable platform in this regard however it is time consuming to trawl through it’s vast content.
To help you stay current on some key food topics we have done the work for you and created playlists of our favourite YouTube videos
The videos on these playlists can be used at your meetings or conferences to stimulate thought or discussion. They can be used for personal learning and to increase your knowledge on topics that can affect your strategy and product portfolio choices
Gut Health / Epigenetics & Nutrigenomics / Health & Nutrition / Nutrients Playlists
“Let Food be thy medicine and medicine thy food” Hippocrates.
It is only now through sciences like microbiota (gut health), epigenetic’s and nutrigenomics, understanding inflammation and the immune system that we are beginning to fully understanding the role of food in health and ill-health. Learn from these exciting sciences and examine how you can provide healthy calories to a growing world population.
Environment & Sustainability / Packaging / Bees Playlists
“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it” Robert Swan
How can you learn from others on your sustainability journey? What additional actions can you take? Have you engaged your staff? Are there ideas and videos you can share to assist others?
Examine how you can build sustainable food systems.
As a food producer you play a critical role evolving the food industry to be a sustainable platform and to provide healthy calories for a growing population.
Establishing where you are in this journey and what you stand for as a company means asking yourself some tough questions. Check out our Food Values video https://www.bia-biz.com/free-food-training-videos/ and Food Values Questionnaire https://www.bia-biz.com/toolkits/ to help you through this process.
If you come across valuable content for our website or YouTube channel, let us know.
“Knowledge shared is Power Multiplied” Robert Noyce