Learn Food Trends Farmers Must Know at EWA 2016

October 17, 2016 12:00 PM
Diane Holdorf

Changing consumer tastes spell opportunity for innovative women in agriculture. On Dec. 1, you’ll get the opportunity to hear about the trends shaping the future of farming from Diane Holdorf, chief sustainability officer and vice president of Kellogg Company, at the 2016 Executive Women in Agriculture (EWA) conference in Chicago.

“Another thing we get really excited about is the continued welcoming of new ingredients,” Holdorf tells Top Producer in a recent interview. “For us, that can mean ‘new’ grains.”

All women in the business of agriculture are invited to EWA from Wednesday, Nov. 30, through Friday, Dec. 2. The event kicks off on the evening of Nov. 30 with an opening networking reception and will be followed by two days of speakers, breakout sessions, a live “U.S. Farm Report” Marketing Roundtable taping and much more.

Register now through Nov. 8 for the $280 Early Bird rate. The standard rate of $355 takes effect Nov. 9. Students may attend for just $195.

To register or for a closer look at the agenda, speaker information and room rates, visit execwomeninag.com

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