Does better nutrition need to be expensive?

Presented by

Sue-Yin Wong, Regina Moench-Pfanner, Prof. Hardinsyah, Olivier Kayser

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A look at innovating nutrition for Indonesia The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have catalysed action among stakeholders across the public and private sectors. Now more than ever, leading companies are interested in sustainability as a business driver instead of a ‘check the box’ exercise. Working together in partnership to bring better nutrition to people around the world will be essential to achieving the SDGs, especially Goals 2 and 3 “Zero Hunger and “Good Health and Well-being”. With roughly 70 percent of the world’s malnourished children living in Asia, it’s an area that needs extra attention. This inaugural SEAChange webinar will look at innovative solutions for better nutrition in Southeast Asia, especially in Indonesia – where many live on less than 5 USD a day. We will look at ways that food companies can develop financially sustainable business models to provide affordable nutritious food products to low- and middle-income consumers in Indonesia. The webinar will also review nutritional status of Indonesia people and current government interventions. Topics will include: -Consumer understanding of nutrition and availability of affordable nutritious products -Criteria for a successful nutritious product in Indonesia, i.e. taste, price, communication -Innovative distribution channels and marketing strategies -Success stories/best practices in Indonesia

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