Biomin’s World Nutrition Forum focuses on global nutrition, productivity

Held in Singapore for the first time, Biomin’s fifth World Nutrition Forum challenged attendees with the concept of NutriEconomics.

More than 700 feed industry professionals met at Singapore’s renowned Marina Bay Sands hotel from October 10-13 to both hear about and discuss challenges facing the feed industry in a world with a rapidly growing population and increasing nutrition needs.

John Naisbitt, author and director of the Naisbitt China Institute, and Doris Naisbitt delivered the guest speech on the first day of the event. Over the course of the next several days, more than 40 industry professionals from around the world engaged attendees by way of both formal addresses and breakout sessions.

WATT editors gathered a wealth of information from the Biomin Forum, available as both articles and videos:

Articles:

Future directions of poultry production highlighted at World Nutrition Forum (Registration required)

Biomin World Nutrition Forum: Animal agriculture producers must make efficient use of resources

Fighting the global battle against mycotoxins

Biomin founder makes leadership changes