Tony Hunter

The Future of Food.
Or how AgriFood Tech will change the world!

If you’re a private or public meeting professional, Tony will deliver motivational and eye-opening presentations to your delegates. He’s a charismatic, knowledgeable speaker who can tailor his food technology and futurist message to your audience and provide the foresight they need.

“Tony is an engaging and exuberant speaker who really gave our audience something to think about regarding the future of our industry“

Olympia Theocharous of Feedinfo on Tony’s Feed Additives Asia 2019 presentation.

“Tony is a brilliant keynote speaker who is able to draw the crowd through his high-energy speaking sessions. We had the pleasure to host him at THAIFEX-Anuga Asia this year, and the audience appreciated his insightful sharing on the future of food (technology).

One thing that stood out – Tony went above and beyond to support the conference team in achieving its objectives – certainly a rarity in this industry! 

Thank you Tony!”

Ira Iskandar of Koelnmesse on Tony’s THAIFEX 2019 keynote presentations.

“Tony is a dynamic and thought provoking speaker who made a valuable contribution to the Maxum Foods event. Our customers and staff were fascinated by his high quality presentation on future dairy technologies and the Future of Food.”

Breanna Caton, Marketing Manager at Maxum Foods on Tony’s corporate event presentation.

“Tony is a knowledgeable and engaging speaker who added substantial value to our company conference. We had great audience feedback on his contribution and he went out of his way to help make the event a success. His presence in our panel discussion was really powerful and impactful.”

Babita Rawat, Marketing Communication Manager at Schneider Electric on Tony’s conference participation.

Listen to Tony’s signature style

Tony on the future of food
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Some popular speaking topics include


Will feeding the world kill the planet?

There are massive changes occurring in the Food & Ag Industries and they continue to accelerate. With the porting of technologies from the medical, biotechnology, genetic fields and more it’s the most exciting time in decades to be in these Industries.

With sustainability and our ability to feed 10 bn people by 2050 firmly in the cross-hairs Food & Ag are at the forefront of meeting these global challenges. From basic food supply to personalised nutrition, innovation and new technologies will be an essential component of success.

How will these changes pan out 5, 10 or 20 years from now? What’s the Future of Food and will we even recognize the Food & Ag Industries of the future?

The Alternative Protein Landscape: What are the new technologies in protein production and how advanced are they?

This Future of Food session covers everything from plant-based meat to milk without the cow. There are few food, beverage and ag industries that won’t be affected by new Biological Technologies. Again presented in Tonys trademark low jargon, highly informative style. Attendees will leave this session astonished and inspired at the potential of these new technologies.

Personalised nutrition is the Future of Food: From genomics to the microbiome, these are the technologies which will dominate food, beverage and ag for decades to come.

Tony’s trademark presentation, with a provocative look at how these cutting edge technologies could change the face of the food, beverage and ag industries. Consumers are demanding more and more personal attention, how will our industries cope?

Cell-based Meat: What is the state of the art in this sector and is it really meat?

Highly topical, this session addresses the myths and realities of this often controversial subject. Who are the major players? When will it come to market and what effect will it have on the conventional protein sector? Is it a game changing technology or a niche product and will a “Beer and Bratwurst” approach convince consumers? Informative without the usual highly technical jargon, listen to this session to find out the answers!



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