Plant-Based Foods & Proteins Summit Asia

20-22 September 2022, Singapore

Optimizing Value Chains

Unique 4-in-1 Summit on Industry, Startups, Ecosystems, Research & Government Strategies

Register by 8 July and save $ 500

Insights

Q&A: GEA helps customers scale up from plant-based to cell-based

GEA is one of the world’s largest suppliers of systems and components to the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. Its New Food division is primarily focused on the production of alternative protein foods and protein-rich components... more >

Q&A: Symrise experts on making lives tastier and healthier

Symrise develops, produces and sells fragrance, flavoring and food ingredients, as well as functional ingredients and solutions that enhance the sensory properties and nutrition of…
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Q&A: Denis Chereau of Improve on need for second-generation proteins

Many crops have been traditional source of protein for food, either in their direct form or after processing into ingredients such as concentrates or isolates. Despite this…
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Q&A: Jean-François Maréchal of Poittemill on latest innovations in fine milling and fractionation

Poittemill is a world leader in the field of powder processing, fine-grinding solutions and preparation from laboratory to industrial scale. Its know-how allows the company…
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EverGrain coffee-tea

EverPro is perfect for plant-based milks, sports and nutrition drinks

EverGrain creates high-nutrition, low-carbon plant-based proteins by upcycling the barley that is ”spent” – or, as we say, “saved” – from our brewing process. Its…
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Video: Could Europe be the next plant-based foods hub?

“We need a research strategy, we need an upscale strategy and this is something we should work on together. No one can do it alone….
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ULTIMATE™ C-Milling is good for ingredient makers and good for the planet

With ULTIMATE™ C-Milling, IMPROVE offers the ultimate technology for dry fractionation with a protein yield extraction improved by five per cent, 20 to 50 per…
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