I-Mei Foods showcases healthy meals at environmental conference in Taipei

Sharing the goal of promoting healthy living in Taiwan and throughout the world, I-Mei joined researchers at the 2018 ISEE/ES-AC Conference hosted at the NTU College of Public Health

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(By Taiwan News)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The annual conferences of the Asian Chapters of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) and the International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) is being jointly held this weekend, June 21 to June 24 in Taipei at the NTU College of Public Health.

The event brings together top epidemiologists and scholars in related fields to discuss the problem of “How to secure human health in dramatic changing environments?”

Recognizing the importance of events like the ISEE/ ISES conference for Taiwan and regional health, I-Mei foods helped to sponsor the event by providing healthy, delicious meals for conference participants.

The conference attendees all share a crucial commitment to improve and sustain human living environments in the face of shifting climate, dangerous disease and exposure to harmful pollutants across the globe.

I-Mei recognizes that events like this help to highlight the work being done to understand the problems facing humanity, and the concrete steps that can be taken to mitigate the dangers on the horizon.

To contribute to the success of the conference I-Mei brands provided catering for the event, showcasing the company’s natural, healthy foods, that are produced entirely without harmful chemical additives.


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I-Mei prides itself on promoting healthy living and natural sustainable food sources throughout Taiwan, and the world.

Sharing the goals of scholars, and researchers at the ISEE/ISES conference, I-Mei was honored to offer nutritious food to the international guests hailing from North America, Northeast and Southeast Asia.

The conference was also an excellent opportunity to educate guests about the state of the art processes that preserve the maximum available nutrients in I-Mei fruit and fiber products.


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To provide guests with a taste of Taiwanese culture, in the spirit of the recent Dragon Boat Festival, I-Mei provided delicious vegetarian Zong-zi (riceballs wrapped in bamboo leaves) for guests to enjoy, in addition to other wholesome food and drink options.

Numerous participants of the academic conference remarked on the excellent quality of the I-Mei catering.  


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