Hemp & Cannabis in Food

Specialty Immersion Program

March 27 - 28, 2019

Denver, CO


Cannabis and hemp are big business! Get the information you need to get in on the fastest growing food and nutrition trends today, from CBD-infused foods and drinks, to manufacturing, to chef-driven hemp and cannabis menu items, and more. Cannabis and hemp are driving other industry changes, as well, with trends in packaging, marketing, and ancillary products (snacks and meals for munchies, protein sources, health focused products).

get ready for the future, now

Cannabis & Hemp in Food is an innovative program that provides current information on the cannabis and hemp industries, insights into the future of the industries, and shows you how you can utilize your new knowledge in a variety of applications.

What to look for:

  • Menu items

  • Nutrition

  • Ingredients

  • Supplements

  • Packaging

  • Demographics

In the program:

  • Speakers

  • Expert panel discussions

  • Site visits and tours

The invaluable insights you'll receive from industry experts:

  • Current data and research

  • Trends

  • Future projections

  • Go-to-market learnings

Who should attend Cannabis & Hemp in Food:

  • Innovation

  • New product developers

  • Marketers

  • Brand ambassadors

  • Culinary

  • Packaging

Hemp & Cannabis in Food is designed to convey best practices, up-to-date research, and valuable real-world lessons to marketing teams, innovation and R&D teams, insight and business development teams, food scientists, chefs and culinary teams, operations, and packaging teams. 

Regardless of whether you're a longtime culinary professionals or new to the industry, Cannabis & Hemp in Food could save you years of trial and error in this emerging field. 

Program schedule:

  • Wednesday, March 27: 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

  • Thursday, March 28: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Registration Cost:
Pricing, per person, each program: $1,995

Expenses covered: 
Transportation will be provided to any site visits. You'll be responsible for getting back and forth from the airport, and for any evening plans you may have. We do not cover hotel expenses.

“This is cannabis in the digital age,” B.J. Carretta, CMO of MedMen told Time. “This isn’t about stoner culture.”
— Time magazine