2nd Food Proteins Asia 2019,

22-23 Jan, 2019 - Bangkok, THAILAND

Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

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    www.FoodNewsInternational.com
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    www.beverageandfoodworld.com
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    www.foodmate.com

22 Jan, 2019 - Tuesday

08:00

Registration

09:00

Chairman’s Introduction

09:05

Future of Plant Protein in Asia

  • What is in store for Asia? Where /how will it differs from the Western route ? 
  • What technology will be relevant for Asia
  • What will drive plant protein habits in Asia 

Ms. Rebecca Lian Hwee Peng, Wilmar Distinguished Fellow

Wilmar International Limited

09:40

The Promise of Chickpea Protein

  • Market applications & growth outlook

Prof. Dr. Ram Reifen, Founder

ChickP

Director, Research Center for Nutrigenomics and Functional Foods,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

10:15

Discussion followed by Coffee

10:50

Hemp, Plant Protein & Beyond in a New World of Adoption

Preet Marwaha, CEO

Blue Sky Biologicals

11:20

One in all out concept - New process for vegan protein and test on cassava

Dr. Keld Ejdrup Markedal, Sr. Process Developer

SiccaDania A/S

11:50

i) Presentation from Start-ups

Novel and sustainable plant-based protein

  • Can these novel proteins be as economical and or provide the same nutritional value
  • Innovation risks
  • Allergic risks associated with novel protein sources

Ricky Lin, CEO / Founder

Life3 Biotech

12:20

Discussion followed by Lunch

14:00

ii) Seafood, Reinvented - A Singapore-Based Cell-Based Meat Company

Sandhya Sriram, CEO / Founder

Shiok Meats Pte Ltd

14:30

iii) Farming Sustainable Protein on Cassava Waste

  • Making the case for cricket as a sustainable protein source

Nam Dang, Co-Founder

Cricket One Ltd

15:00

Venture Capitalist Perspective on the Disruption of the Protein Industry

  • Funding appetite for novel ingredients
  • Criteria when exploring investment opportunities in plant-based meat
  • What areas we would like to see new entrants to fund

Mr. Gerard Chia, Business Development & Investments

New Protein Capital

Joseph Zhou, Investment Partner

Bits x Bites

15:30

Discussion followed by Tea

16:00

Pea Protein – Breaking into the Market Dominated by Soy

Stephane Liekendael, Business Manager Asia

Cosucra Groupe Warcoing S.A.

16:30

Microalgae, a major solution to build a more healthy and sustainable food industry

Alvyn Severien, Co-Founder & CEO

Algama Foods

17:00

Discussion. End of Day One

 

23 Jan, 2019 - Wednesday

08:25

Chairman’s Introduction

08:30

Launching the First Plant-Based Protein Beverage in Thailand

  • Thailand’s market growth for high protein drink
  • Why we chose yellow pea
  • Our future plans to capitalize on the growth of high protein diet in Asia
Ekaphol Pongstabhon Managing Director,
Tipco Foods PCL

09:05

Expanding Our Portfolio into Plant Based Milk

Doan Minh Tan Trang, Brand Manager

TH Food Chain Joint Stock Company

09:40

Spirulina as the New Protein Substitute

Kengo Fukui, General Manager,

Chitose Bio Evolution
CFO Tavelmout Corporation

10:10

Discussion followed by Coffee

10:50

Labelling Regulations on Protein & Novel Protein Ingredients with Focus on China’s Market

David Ettinger,

Keller & Heckman

11:20

Challenges for Protein Processing Diversity

Dr. Denis Chereau, CEO

Improve SAS

11:50

The food industry capability to convert to a plant based, healthy, protein-rich food centred around Lupin – what does lupin bring and where are the gaps

Mr. David Fienberg, Co-Founder & MD

The Lupin Co

12:20

Final Discussion. End of Conference

12:45

Closing Lunch

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