Sunday, July 24, 2016

Food for Tomorrow Conference

The New York Times "Food for Tomorrow" Conference will take place at:

Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture
Pocantico Hills, New York

630 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Date: September 27-28, 2016

CLICK HERE for information about the Stone Barns Center.

The New York Times Food for Tomorrow Conference will bring together top chefs, policy makers, innovators and leaders from diverse fields to uncover and assess the most important issues and trends affecting the nourishment of our Nation and the World.

Hosted by New York Times Food Editor Sam Sifton and Senior Editor Charles Duhigg.

Food for Tomorrow is a Conference designed for decision makers: those who are defining the direction of farming and fisheries, building the supermarkets and restaurants of the future, exploring the latest trends and developments in nutrition, and creating emerging technologies that could change the way we eat.


- The Next Kale and Quinoa
- Thinking Big and Scaling Sustainability
- The Home Cooking Revolution
- Employment Engine
- Whither Water?
- Innovation in Nutrition Labeling
- Seeding the Future
- The Distribution Disruptors
- Leading Employees to Health
- Meal Kits and Beyond
- A Vision of the Farm Bill
- Case Study: The Soda Tax
- Security Along the Supply Chain
- Secrets that could Save Waste

Combining the insights of thought leaders, the tastes of Dan Barber’s award-winning Blue Hill restaurant, and the expertise of Stone Barns Center’s farmers and educators, Food for Tomorrow offers participants onstage discussions infused with analysis and the chance to connect with like-minded peers in a spectacular setting and a remarkable farm-to-table live experience.

CLICK HERE for more information about the Conference and how to attend.

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