Knowledge for better food systems

FCRN network member snapshot: Pina Hosafci

Pinar Hosafci works as a Senior Food Analyst at Euromonitor International.  With a background in economics, Pinar uses her knowledge to create content on a range of topics including consumer trends, marketing strategies and product innovation. She has a keen interest in food security, nutrition and cross-consumer behaviour. Pinar writes strategic articles and briefings on sustainability aspects of food including ethical labels and is also consulted by global media, such as Financial Times and WSJ about the latest trends in processed food. She is an experienced public speaker and has delivered presentations at international conferences, including Food Ingredients 2013, IAOM MEA 2014 and SnackEx 2015. Before joining Euromonitor, Pinar worked as an Economist in the United Nations and as a Researcher in London School of Economics. She holds a degree in Economics and Mathematics from McGill University and a master’s in Development Economics from SOAS of University of London. 

If you are interested in discussing the latest trends in food processing and their implications for sustainability or how to communicate stories on food in an intriguing way, you can get in touch with Pinar through member messaging (you need to be logged in to do so) or via email. You can also see a full list of other new members who have recently signed up (again only if you are logged in).

Do you want to connect with other FCRN members, highlight some new work you are involved in or perhaps discuss a current project? If so, you may want to be profiled in the network member snapshot series. It’s a space for FCRN members to introduce themselves and their work in no more than 150 words. Our aim for this series is to showcase the interdisciplinary nature of the food system (and our network) and to help facilitate interactions and networking among members.  So if you’re a member and would like to be featured please do get in touch.