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Stockholm welcomes international summit

Stockholm welcomes international summit

For the third year, EAT Stockholm Food Forum welcomes 450 delegates from 32 countries and 67 speakers from major global companies, leading researchers, politicians and international entrepreneurs in food and health to Stockholm on 13-14 June. The goal is to find solutions to the global sustainability challenges and improve global public health among the world’s growing population.

This year’s forum, beginning today in Stockholm, is the largest ever and will address changing food systems for greater sustainability, health, safety and equity through technology and innovation, among other topics.

- We are pleased that EAT has chosen Stockholm for a summit that addresses all of the issues in which we are internationally prominent.Tech, the environment and sustainability are areas that are important for solving the challenges of the future, says Karin Mäntymäki, acting CEO Visit Stockholm.

The speakers include food icon Jamie Oliver, former President of Ireland Mary Robinson, Azita Shariati, CEO of Sodexo Sweden, Professor Johan Rockström, Executive Director Stockholm Resilience Centre, renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson, Michiel Bakker, Director Global Food Services Google, Dr. Francesco Branca, Director of Nutrition for Health and Development WHO, and Olivier Oullier, Head of Strategy Global Health and Healthcare Industries, World Economic Forum.

For more information, please contact:

Sabina von Greyerz, PR Manager, Visit Stockholm, tel +46 (0) 8 50828069


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