International Conference on Food and Beverage Research

Sep 10-11, 2021


Online Webinar

Welcome Message

International Conference on Food and Beverages Research webinar is planned virtually. The committee is on the toe to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and for the same; we have planned virtual sessions for the participants who can attend the seminar at home and at work also. It will be an online webinar so participants are expected to join us.


About Webinar
LexisConferences will have a webinar on the "International Conference on Food and beverages Research" on September 10-11, 2021. The main aim of this webinar is to bring our Professional speakers, delegates from Universities worldwide, researchers, etc. under one roof to share their research projects on the topic, new upcoming technologies, and barriers and also share their experience in their respective fields of study. This webinar will help delegates from various universities of the world to join in and learn various new things the researcher has presented and ask queries.

Target Audience

  • Food Scientist
  • Market Researchers and Doctors
  • College and Universities students
  • Exhibitors
  • Members of Food and Beverage Association
  • Universities and College Professors

Why to Attend

The webinar will be online which would allow more and more participation and in-depth knowledge and discussions with renowned people available. There will be certain special benefits which will be provided to the Key Speaker and Organizing Committee Member.

The two-day meeting will merge workshops, webinar, and featured meetings led by prominent speakers who are experts in the field of food and beverages research projects, case studies on the topics of food microbiology and Enzymology, The role of nutrition’s supporting the immune system relative to coronavirus, Food Technology, Promoting nutrients, The role of nutrition – Recovery after surgery, Obesity and diet management, Decade of healthy aging, Food and chronic diseases, Food safety and waste management, Preservation and packing, Advancement in food and beverages, Food and Beverages quality control, Application in food technology, Food, and beverages market, Beverages Technology, Food Packaging, and Process Engineering, etc

Scope and Market Analysis

Food Beverages Sector- Food and beverages revenue is calculated to succeed in US$21,320m in 2021. This revenue is expected to mark an annual rate of growth (CAGR 2021-2025) of 4.74%, leading to a market volume of US$25,659m by 2025. User absorption is going to be 32.7% in 2021 and is estimated to hit 41.2% by 2025. User penetration is going to be 32.7% in 2021 and is predicted to hit 41.2% by 2025.

Food and beverages Processing- The food & beverage processing equipment market at USD 52.37 billion in 2017. The goal is to achieve a worth of USD 74.44 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 6.1% from 2018.


The above graph provides an in-depth analysis of the market in terms of revenue progressive market trends. This market report includes updated analysis and forecast for various market segments in all geographical regions. The global frozen market globally will register a constant growth during the period, holding an increasing demand for convenience. The increase of the female workforce, purchasing power, and expensive product portfolios are the factors that are expected to boost the market growth. The graph suggests that frozen food products will witness increased adoption in countries like the US, Germany, UK, and China. America is the largest consumer of frozen ready-to-eat products like butter chicken, Singapore noodles, Chinese chicken curry, etc. Food and chronic diseases - the cause of death in America is more than 630,000. They die every year from heart disease, followed closely by cancer as the second leading cause, with another 600,000 dying annually from cancer.  

According to USDA’s economic research Service, US, food waste is estimated at 30-40% of the food supply. Out of which 31% food loss at retail and consumer level to approximately 133 billion pounds and $161 billion worth of food in 2010. Cooperation among federal, state, tribal, and local government, communities, environmental organizations, and the entire supply chain.