2021 Honey Industry Summit

2021 Virtual Honey Industry Summit

Tuesday, November 9: 9-11am MST

*optional virtual happy hour from 4-5:30pm MST

Wednesday, November 10: 9-11:30am MST

After a successful virtual event in 2020, the Honey Industry Summit will return in 2021 for two days of sessions outlining honey’s opportunities and challenges in the food industry.

This year’s agenda will include the following sessions:

Tuesday, November 9

  • The state of the food industry, from retail to foodservice to food manufacturing
  • Consumer attitudes and usage research on honey

Wednesday, November 10

  • Keynote presentation with Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru
  • How to position honey for success amid increased competition from natural sweeteners
  • Honey bee health research update
  • National Honey Board update and Q&A

This year’s Honey Industry Summit will also feature an optional happy hour on Tuesday from 4-530pm. All registered attendees of this optional event will receive a tasting kit of our favorite made with honey alcoholic beverages. During the happy hour, we will conduct an official tasting of the beverages and detail honey’s opportunities in the alcoholic beverage category. 

It’s going to be a great meeting full of data, information and actionable ideas to increase honey’s sales. Register today and let your colleagues know about the Honey Industry Summit.


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    About the Honey Industry Summit

    The Honey Industry Summit is an educational seminar designed to increase the demand for honey by educating the honey industry about trends in the retail, foodservice and the consumer packaged goods markets. By attending the National Honey Board’s Honey Industry Summit, you will gain insight into how to better position honey as an all-natural sweetener, flavor and functional ingredient, as well as acquire marketing tools to help you influence existing clients and potential new customers.

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