2nd Food Proteins Asia 2019

22-23 Jan, 2019 - Bangkok, THAILAND

To be advised

Rise of Plant-Based Alternatives and its Disruption to the Global Protein Industry

Key Highlights: 

  • Protein fortification in mainstream food applications & overcoming taste, texture challenges
  • Brandowners views on future of protein nutrition – outlook & challenges
  • Novel Ingredients & its innovation risks
  • Sustainable plant based protein
  • Protein technologies & capabilities
  • Trends in Asia’s active nutrition & new product launches

Testimonial from Protein Asia 2017
in Bangkok, Thailand

Good conference with lot of insight on alternative protein ingredient and market trend. ~ Vitasoy International Holdings Limited


Very insightful, market connected and consumer related. ~ Danone Dumex Limited


Good representation of protein sources, speakers & companies and good opportunity for network. ~ Ingredion


I have learnt a lot in 1.5days about food proteins from different sources & their applications in healthy products. ~ Roquette


It was all worth it! very insightful! ~ Novozymes Asia


I’ve been to CMT many times now and it never disappoints. Presentations are always on-topic, actual and informative. ~ Meelunie


Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.

Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. Contact fiona@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9138

News Feed

Asians have a growing appetite for plant based proteins

Posted on : 17 Sep, 2018

More and more Asians are preferring plant based food protein. According to Mintel, as many as two in five (39%) urban Indonesians and one in three (34%) urban Thais consumed more non-animal sources of protein (eg plant, dairy, grains) in 2017, compared to 2016.
Soybeans, cassava, potato are popular sources of plant based protein for Asians.
This shift to plant based proteins is expected to not only reduce reliance on factory-farmed animals, but also encourage manufacturers to tap this growing demand for plant based proteins via innovative food and beverages.
The shift is often attributed to the increasing health consciousness among consumers as plant based proteins are considered better options than traditional red meat sources of protein.
Food engineers and scientists are looking at innovative, sustainable and alternative protein sources to meet such demand. In fact there are already a lot of investments from food manufacturers. For instance, China’s Dao Foods is coming up with a plant-based protein and clean meat alternatives to meet the high demand in China.
At the global level, majors such as ADM, Cargill and others have invested heavily in developing plant based protein formulations.
Find out more about plant based protein demand in Asia at CMT’s 2nd Food Proteins Asia on 22-23 January, 2019 in Bangkok.
For more information about the summit, contact Ms. Huiyan – huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9113.

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• Food ingredients companies • Companies that produce proteins from plant-based sources - peas, pulses, wheat, rice, soy, from animal protein dairy – eggs, whey, meat, and novel ingredients - insects • Food manufacturers & processing industries investing into protein markets , nutritionists, private retail manufacturers, retail & food services channels • Process technology suppliers, regulatory officials • Companies into food for sports nutrition, food for elderly, muscle building, health & wellness

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