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The Future of Protein Production

: 24 Apr 2024 - 25 Apr 2024

: Chicago, United States

Sector: Algae, Cellular Agriculture, Dairy & Eggs, Fermentation, Food Safety and Quality, Insects, Mycoprotein, Plant Based, Specialised Ingredients

Type: Conference - In person, Exhibition


We want to make alternative proteins accessible, affordable, and delicious.


Alternative proteins are needed to address a complex set of challenges related to sustainability, ethics, health, and global food security.

 

As society becomes more conscious of these issues and as technology advances, the development and adoption of alternative proteins offer promising solutions that can benefit the environment, human health, and animal welfare while meeting the protein needs of a growing global population.

 

Although holding great promise, there are several significant barriers that must be overcome for alternative proteins to succeed on a large scale, encompassing technological, economic, regulatory, cultural, and consumer-related aspects.

 

Overcoming these barriers requires collaboration among various stakeholders, including government agencies, food producers, investors, and consumers. It will also rely on continued R&D, technological advancements, and a commitment to creating alternative protein products that are not only sustainable and ethical but also appealing and accessible to a broad range of consumers.

 

That is why we have created this conference: to connect companies that are developing technologies to take alternative proteins to new levels in terms of taste and texture, cost of production, scale and efficiency, nutritional profile, and sustainability.


Join us to discover the latest industry trends, learn from industry experts, and grow your business.

Venue

Chicago
United States


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