The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) is delighted to be participating to the 21st IUNS-International Congress of Nutrition (IUNS-ICN 2017), the greatest scientific congress on food and nutrition globally taking place this time in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 15th to 20th October 2017. The theme of the congress this year is “From science to nutrition security” and is organised by the International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS) in collaboration with the Sociedad Argentina de Nutrición (SAN).
Every four years, the IUNS-International Congress of Nutrition is bringing together food and nutrition experts from around the world to discuss advances in nutrition research and a wide range of scientific topics including, among others, latest evidence around public health nutrition, food science and safety, the dietary management of diseases and nutrition through life course.
The ISA will travel to Buenos Aires to be present at this exciting global scientific congress where the future of food and nutrition sciences will be discussed and in order to provide accurate and evidence-based information on the science around low calorie sweeteners.
ISA activities at IUNS-ICN 2017 include an ISA information booth in the exhibition area during the whole duration of the congress and the distribution of science-based ISA resources presenting latest evidence on low calorie sweeteners’ use. Furthermore, at the ISA booth, participants will also have the opportunity to participate in our 3-minute survey and enter a prize draw to win a smart active watch. By being present at the IUNS-ICN 2017, we will also keep ISA’s social media friends and followers informed about the latest developments in nutrition including on the science behind low calorie sweeteners.
Join us at the 21st IUNS International Congress of Nutrition in Buenos Aires or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, to stay informed about the latest research on low calorie sweeteners.
Read more about the outcome of IUNS 21st ICN in Buenos Aires in October 2017 and the ISA highlights from the scientific programme by clicking here.