Fi Africa Content Library

If you missed the chance to attend 2023 conferences, now you can access all sessions powerpoints, industry reports and more through the content library as we bring you the latest trends and best practices in the F&B industry.


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Food Waste Segregation and Treatment

In 2019, the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources (MEWR) launched the inaugural Zero Waste Masterplan which lays out Singapore’s strategies in becoming a Zero Waste Nation by adopting a circular economy approach. In particular, the Masterplan highlights the government’s plans to close the loop for three key waste streams, namely packaging waste (including plastics), electrical and electronic waste (e-waste), and food waste.

Alternative Proteins in Africa

Taste, flavor, and nutrients are key when addressing one’s diet. Positive nutrition and maximizing intake of ingredients that enhance health are important for consumers.

Health and Wellness Trends in Africa and Middle East

Consumers across the globe are placing greater importance on their health and wellbeing, and are taking a prevention over cure approach to wellness, whereby they look to address symptoms before a more serious health issue occurs. FMCG Gurus consumer insights reveals that 7 in 10 consumers in Africa and the Middle East claim to take a proactive approach to their health.

Understanding the Active Nutrition Consumer in Africa

Consumers in Africa have re-evaluated their health in the last two years. As a result, consumers recognized that diets and lifestyles were not as healthy as they should be, increasing the risk of long-term health problems. This has resulted in consumers taking a proactive and holistic approach to wellbeing. Concerns about health continue even after fear of COVID-19 begins to fade.

Ingredients and Diets: Developments in Plant-Based Protein

Consumers are seeking more sustainable and ethical meat and animal products, and alternatives have sprung up to meet demand. Health concerns are also driving growth in plant-based substitutes, whilst developments in lab-grown food have the potential to fundamentally reshape how food is produced.

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