Experts explore future of probiotics

By Rod Addy contact

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Probiota 2022 is set to run from 28-30 March in Copenhagen
Probiota 2022 is set to run from 28-30 March in Copenhagen

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Experts from Cargill, Kerry and Yakult are set to take the stage in Copenhagen this month as part of a conference exploring the future of probiotics in the food sector.

Briana Kozlowicz, Microbiome Program Manager at Cargill, Monica Olivares Martin, R&D Director - Biosearch Life at Kerry and Bruno Pot PhD, Science Director Europe for Yakult Europe are among those speaking at Probiota in Copenhagen on 28-30 March 2022.

The three-day event, organised by, will bring together experts and leaders from across academia, industry and regulators to discuss topics such as next-gen probiotics for weight management, the opportunities of Live Biotherapeutics/ Pharmabiotics, postbiotics and phages, fermented foods, the ageing gut and immune function, and Europe’s changing regulatory landscape.

Kavitha Sivasubramaniam, Senior Editor of NutraIngredients, said: “This year’s Probiota is an event manufacturers and suppliers can’t afford to miss. With its informative programme exploring key industry developments for the future and excellent speaker line up, not to mention ample networking opportunities, the event is a must-attend for those in the industry.”

With less than two weeks to go, food manufacturers can register to attend the event at

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