Future Food-Tech returns to New York as a catalyst for innovation and investment – but which technologies have the potential to deliver truly game-changing solutions?
The virtual Asia-Pacific Agri-Food Innovation Summit will offer three days of 1-1 meetings, interactive group discussions, and critical intelligence from industry leaders to accelerate innovation in supply chain resilience, urban food systems, alternative proteins and affordable nutrition.
The Good Food Institute Asia-Pacific will share the real stories behind this booming industry in our inaugural Asia Summit on Alternative Proteins. This summit will not be like anything else you’ve seen over the past couple of months. We will go in-depth, ask those questions no one dares to ask, and create those real-life connections we’ve all been longing for. Join us on 20-21 August 2020. This is the Asia industry summit you don’t want to miss out on.
The Future Food-Tech Summit is going virtual! On September 17-18, 2020, C-Suite food brand executives, investors and entrepreneurs from all four corners of the globe will come together online to radically rethink our food system in a post-Covid 19 world. Partnership and collaboration have never been more important as we seek to build a more sustainable and resilient food sector.
The Protein Directory and Cell Agri are proud to present the Alt Protein Conference 2020 with a focus on the new wave of future food companies transforming the business of tomorrow.Join us for a 2-day virtual conference to learn about the latest business trends and best practices to transform the future of food with cellular agriculture and plant-based alternative proteins.With keynotes and panels by global leaders and industry experts in the future of food industry, this virtual conference brings together the alternative protein industry working on the new wave of food.Learn about the key business opportunities in alternative proteins and network with business and scientific leaders in both the cellular agriculture and plant-based alternative protein industries.
At a time when our environmental footprint is at its largest and demand for animal-based products is growing rapidly, ensuring sustainability and reducing our impact on a global scale is paramount. Alongside this, cell-based meat technology has seen a dramatic advancement, including a burger up on the International Space Station and new exciting varieties of cell-based meat and fish being developed on the ground. The same challenges still exist though and unifying this unique field into an industry is the first step forward. At the Digital 2nd Annual Industrializing Cell-Based Meat Summit industry leaders share the latest scientific progress in the field and address the current challenges cell-based meat researchers are facing.