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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
Reservation cut off date :20-01-2020
"Most Suitable Plant Protein Sources for the Asian Market –
"Beyond Plant Based Proteins to Fermentation-Based Protein –
Plant-based proteins are obviously the most mainstream of the alternative protein sources. Despite the best efforts of vegetarians, burgers made from black beans and quinoa or cheese made from almonds just doesn’t appeal to most flexitarians.
Synthetic biology start ups and a whole new generation of biotech companies have been brewing and building alternative protein sources that might someday match meat and dairy in both texture and taste.
From growing beef in a lab to engineering microorganism to create milk, eggs using fermentation technologies, our food system is evolving to an exciting landscape than ever before!
Methane, microbes, microalgae, insects – who knew there were so many alternative protein sources? Some are obviously highly experimental and niche, while others like those peddling plant-based burgers and milks are rapidly maturing.
Many of these new cohort of start ups today are using genetically modifying microorganisms like bacteria/yeast in order to use fermentation to brew proteins.
Rather than fight the inevitable, meat producers, agriculture companies and food companies like Cargill are hedging their bets with some serious investments and acquisition.
Attend CMT’s 3rd Sustainable Food Proteins ASIA conference and keep abreast on latest issues in the alternative protein space.
Key Highlights :
Single Cell Proteins (SCP) that are not only highly nutritious, but they’re extremely fast-growing and can be cultivated with waste products, co2 or methane. Hear from Eugene Wang on how his award winning food technology firm has come up with the single cell food-grade microalgae protein - an alternative to animal-and plant-based protein.
Plant-based proteins for Food and Animal Nutrition applications
Karana, a Singapore-based company, curates jackfruit, an ingredient available abundantly in Asia, to optimize the way it can be used as a meat replacement in dishes.
Hear from Finnebrogue – a major meat processor on how the entire food industry, particularly the meat industry must innovate to survive, the key issues at play for the meat industry at the moment, both in relation to health and to the environment/climate change.
Food waste accounts for approximately 10% of Singapore’s total waste. In September 2019, the Singapore Parliament passed the Resource Sustainability Bill as part of Singapore's Zero Waste Masterplan.
Singapore’s food tech company – Sinfootech has come up with a zero-waste patented fermentation technology to upcycle soy whey waste into innovative beverages.
Cell-based seafood startup Avant Meats is riding the wave in the interest in lab-grown meat.
Grown in exacting and controlled conditions in a laboratory environment, cell-based meat and seafood is viewed by many as an important solution to reduce our dependency on factory farming and feed our growing appetite for meat and seafood.
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