Confectionery Live announces Conference Agenda

With the conference agenda for Confectionery Live now finalised, we’re very excited to announce to you our final speaker lineup for the event.

Our international speakers reflect all aspects of the confectionery industry – from raw material and ingredient sourcing to packaging materials and production – with great and thoughtful insights into challenges and opportunities in confectionery. You can also visit these speakers at their profile on our event platform, to connect with them and/or direct enquiries you have about their sessions. Get talking!

Our first day of Confectionery Live opens with a session delivered by Confectionery Live sponsor, Luker Chocolate. Andrea Camacho, Regional Sustainability Manager at Luker Chocolate, on their decarbonisation road map and the involvement of cocoa farmers in this strategy, while later on in the day, Technical Editor of International Confectionery magazine and Founder of TheChocolateLife, Clay Gordon, will be leading a panel on sustainability reporting, with Luker Chocolate involved.

Prioritising insight, knowledge and accessibility, our second day is equally strong, as Technical Editor Clay Gordon delivers his individual session on heavy metal reporting in chocolate, offering advice to manufacturers on supply chain liability and how to best address these claims. The end of the day will be wrapped up (no pun intended) with a session from Nav Notay, Managing Director of Cocoa Canopy, on their integration of NatureFlex packaging as the company forges a sustainable future.

Spanning a two-day period, our content will be insightful, thought-provoking and unmissable. Content will be available exclusively during the two day event for attendees.

Make sure to register on our event platform, where you’ll be able to connect with other attendees and speakers, as well as adding sessions you wish to watch to your schedule. We can’t wait to see you there!

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