Plant Proteins in Pet Food – Prof. Lynn P. Weber (University of Saskatchewan)

Lynn P. Weber, Toxicology Graduate Chair and Professor at the Veterinary Biomedical Sciences of the University of Saskatchewan, will be presenting the talk "Plant Proteins in Pet Food" at the... more >

Challenges of developing new plant-based foods applications

During the 12th Plant Protein Ingredients Summit, taking place May 29-31 in Saskatoon, Canada, delegates will be able to join a track focused on Plant…
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New opportunities for novel technologies and processes

During the 12th Plant Protein Ingredients Summit, taking place May 29-31 in Saskatoon, Canada, delegates will be able to join a track focused on New Plant…
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Building a food system fit for the 21st century and beyond

The linear food system is ripe for disruption. For every dollar spent on food, society pays two dollars in health, environmental, and economic costs. With…
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New food guide to encourage Canadians to eat more plant-based protein

An overhaul of the Canada Food Guide is set to be released soon, a highly-anticipated makeover that will do away with the rainbow visual many…
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Protein wars are here as diets are changing

Apparently, Canada is going meatless, unless you are a white older male, that is. Well, that may be a slight exaggeration, as many Canadians still…
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Emerging Trends in Plant Protein

Change is coming in the world of protein and Alberta will be riding that wave of global evolution, says Gerard Klein Essink, the CEO of…
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