Registration – Important dates
Registrations will open in the course of April 2018, so please remember to come back on this page later, or keep an eye on your inbox: if you have subscribed to receive our newletters, you will be informed as soon as registrations are open.
The conference will be held at the building of the Royal Society of Medicine (1 Wimpole street, W1G 0AE, London, UK), home of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) since 1912 and one of London’s premier scientific conference and event venues located in the heart of London city centre.
For more information about the RSM venue and about how you can get there, please visit the venue’s website at: http://www.1wimpolestreet.co.uk/about/royal-society-of-medicine/
More information on access to the conference venue and accommodation will be provided on this page once registrations will be open.
About previous ISA Conferences
The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) organised its first scientific conference in Brussels, in 2011, on “Low calorie foods, beverages and sweeteners: Can they really contribute to a healthier future?”. More information can be accessed here. This was the starting point of the organisation of a successful scientific event around low calorie sweeteners’ science, leading to another ISA Conference in 2014 in Brussels, on “Making low calorie count: the effective use of low calorie sweeteners in the diet”. For more information about the ISA Conference in 2014 please click here.
About the ISA
The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) AISBL is an international non-profit organisation with scientific aims representing suppliers and users of low/no calorie sweeteners, including tabletop sweetener manufacturers. The ISA shares new and existing science on the benefits of consuming foods and drinks with low calorie sweeteners as part of a balanced diet. The ISA is recognised by the European Commission, national and international regulatory authorities, and the World Health Organization, and has Non-Government Observer status with the Codex Alimentarius Commission which establishes international food standards. To read more about the ISA, please click here.