For example, the US Dietary Guidelines recommend toddlers 12 -23 months consume two-thirds to one cup of vegetables per day, but nearly 90% fall short of that recommendation. At the same time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one in five children and adolescents in the US are obese.

At FoodNavigator-USA’s fourth Food For Kids Summit​​, we will take a closer look at the outsized impact of nutrition on children’s development during two multimedia webinars. The first, on November 10, will look at Early Childhood Nutrition​. The second, on November 17, delves into Children’s Snacks.

Both webinars will include keynotes from industry leaders about the current landscape, including challenges and opportunities. They also will feature insights from parents, market research and established and emerging brands about nutrition science and formulation challenges, branding and marketing, go-to-market strategies, and white space in the category.

Find out more​​ and REGISTER HERE​​ for this FREE​ two-part virtual event.

Nov. 10 Food For Kids Part 1: Early childhood nutrition


In the opening webinar​ in the series, we’ll explore how parents and caregivers can help to develop adventurous palates and healthy eating habits in early childhood, incorporating the latest science and government recommendations for the first 1,000 days (spanning a range of topics from allergen introduction to nutrient shortfalls), with input from established and emerging brands in the baby and toddler food space, nutrition experts, and parents of young children.

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