4th Plant-Based Foods Course Europe 2021

12-14 April 2021, Utrecht, Netherlands

Register by 30 November and save € 450

Partners

Rating previous Course: 8.4

Partners

Rating previous Course: 8.4

Why should you attend?

Due to the COVID -19 crisis, we at Bridge2Food have decided to take our responsibility for people and society and to move the Course to April 2021. Autumn time Covid-19 will surely come back, and we feel that it would be unresponsible to bring large groups together for a FiEurope exhibition as well as 150+ professionals for our Course.

Please join the New Online Plant-Based Foods & Proteins Summit North-America, 22-25 June with real live opportunities to book meetings with speakers, partners, exhibitors, and fellow delegates,, visit and meet exhibitors, and work on business development >> Go here to find out more and to register
– We will soon announce our Online Seminars. Stay tuned!

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The Course “Plant-Based Foods” is designed to give participants new ideas on how to make the best innovations in meat-free, dairy-free & plant-based beverages.

Summary

  • Best Plant-Based Foods Course in class with 2 Tracks on developing the best Meat-Free & Snacks, Dairy-Free & Beverage products
  • Focus presentations: Trends, New applications, New ingredients, Stabilizers, Fats & Oils, New Processing Technologies, Delivery Formats
  • Target audience: Food, Food Ingredients & Food Service Industries
  • Participation: 150+ experts. Exhibition: 30 places
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Programme

  • Best Plant-Based Foods Course in class with 2 Tracks on developing the best Meat-Free & Snacks, Dairy-Free & Beverage products
  • Focus presentations: Trends, New applications, New ingredients, Stabilizers, Fats & Oils, New Processing Technologies, Delivery Formats

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