Your Results & Time Table June 22-26

Program Explanation

Your Results & Time Table June 22-26 – Program Explanation


Enjoy
– 25 hours of Presentations & Panel Discussions
– 35 hours of Networking Breaks with Business Networking via Live Chats

Program Explanation

This fantastic Summit Program will enable you to:
– Enjoy Thought Leading Expert Presentations
– Be Inspired by Thought-Provoking Panel Discussions
– Build your Network via 1-on-1 Business Networking via Live Chats

Set-up
– Each day around 1 1/2 hours of presentations, 1 1/2 hours of panel discussions
– 1 1/2 hours of Networking Breaks with Business Networking via Live Chats

Content & Objectives Summit Program June 22-26
June 22 – Track I – State of the Pulse Industry & Canadian EcoSystem

Get an update of the State of the Industry and Canadian EcoSystem, which will give you the bigger picture, what the outlook can be, and how the Canadian EcoSystem can contribute to your business.

June 23 – Track II – Research & Innovation in the Value Chain
Research Outlooks and Road Maps 2020-2025, including project ideas, and collaborations, will be given in the areas of:
– Pulse Value Chain
– Human Nutrition
– Sustainability

June 24 – Track III – New Ingredients & Processing Technologies
New Technologies to reduce water, energy, and waste will be on the table, including an outlook on the future of faba beans, and how to develop joint LCA and Sustainability programs from farm to fork.

June 25 – Track IV – New Applications & Formulations
New Insights on growing the meat-free category with new concepts and new ingredients will be the focal points. As well as the Global Plant-Based Foods EcoSystem, and how you can strategically collaborate with Bridge2Food and over 100 industry & research partners.

June 25 – Track V – Plant-Based Foods Industry & Value Chain
A full day of just networking with exhibitors and other delegates. Set up advanced meetings with potential business, technology, and research partners during pre-scheduled meetings.

June 26 – Track VI – Plant-Based Foods Industry & Value Chain
The State-of-The Industry and an Outlook on Consumer Trends & Developments to develop New Categories in Retail & Food Service will be the focal points. How will the Value Chain look like in 2 years’ time (after Covid-19)?

Key Partner: Protein Industries Canada
Proudly presenting again the 2020 Summit in close partnership with the leading organization in Canada for innovation in Proteins: Protein Industries Canada.