2nd Food Proteins Asia 2019

22-23 Jan, 2019 - Bangkok, THAILAND

To be advised

 

Confirmed Topics & Panel of speakers as at 17th Oct 2018

 

1.  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.   

      Dr Rebecca Lian,  Distinguished Fellow, Wilmar Innovation

 

2   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

 

3   The promise of chickpea protein
    
- market applications & growth outlook
      Prof Ram Reifen, Founder, ChickP
     
Director, Research Center for Nutrigenomics and Functional Foods , Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

4.   Commercializing hemp protein , market potential & regulatory challenges
      Preet Marwaha,
Executive Vice President, PlanetHemp

 

5.   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

   

     i)   Ricky Lin Founder & CEO,  Life3 Biotech

     

     ii)  Dr Sandhya Sriram, CEO & Co-founder  Shiok Meats Pte. Ltd
           Seafood, reinvented - A Singapore-based cell-based meat company

 

     iii) Farming sustainable protein on cassava waste
         
- Making the case for cricket as a sustainable protein source
           Nam Dang, Co-founder, Cricket One


 

6.    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
        Gerard Chia, Business Development & investments,  New Protein Capital

 

7.    Pea protein – breaking into the market dominated by soy
       Stephane Liekendael
Business Manager Asia, Cosucra

 

8   Spirulina as the new meat substitute
       Kengo Fukui,
General Manager, Chitose Bio Evolution

 

9  Challenges for protein processing diversity

       Jean Baptiste Tailliez,Sales Director, Improve SAS

    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
     
     
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