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 >

Proteins for the future

Global population will increase from today’s 7 billion to around 10 billion in 2050; along with this, the global middle classes increase by 3 billion,…
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Production Growth Continues, Bringing Increased Competition

Animal protein production is expanding around the world, and increasing competition —between the species for share of consumer wallet and between exporters for access to…
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Alternative Proteins

By 2050, global food systems will need to meet the dietary demands of more than 10 billion people who on average will be wealthier than people today…
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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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Bringing new ingredients to the market place. Join the discussion!

Join the discussion on bringing new ingredients to the market place and shaping a new food systems approach. New eco-systems are also needed to improve…
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