20th Plant-Based Foods & Proteins Summit Europe 2022

29-31 March 2022, Brussels, Belgium

Beyond Value Chains

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

Register by 15 December and save € 400


Global Plant-Based Foods & Proteins EcoSystem Partner: Sarah Westergreen of SPX FLOW

We are very pleased to introduce you to Sarah Westergreen, R&D process technologies manager with SPX FLOW, a valuable new partner of the Global Plant-Based Foods & Protein... more >
MANE sensory study

MANE study finds link between ingredients & sensory features of plant-based burgers

After more than 12 months of research, MANE establishes the correlation between the ingredients used to make plant-based burgers and the resulting sensory features, allowing…
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Mylkcubator kicks off its first edition with four startups to shape the future of dairy

Mylkcubator, the first global incubator specialized in the advancement of innovation projects for the dairy sector, launches its first edition with four amazing startups selected…
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Global Plant-Based Foods & Proteins EcoSystem Partner: Andrew May from Unigrain

We are very pleased to introduce you to Andrew May, co-CEO of Unigrain, a valuable new partner of the Global Plant-Based Foods & Protein Ecosystem….
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Meat-Free Challenge

Challenge seeks source code for plant-based meat

Big data, AI and machine learning have largely been built on open-source software. This concept of open innovation — or industry-wide access to the same…
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Eatable Adventures launches €50M startup fund

Eatable Adventures has just announced the launch of a €50-million fund that will target disruptive startups in food and agriculture tech across Europe and Latin…
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Good data key to give consumers the information they want about sustainable food choices

Consumers — especially younger generations — are demanding more information and more climate-friendly food choices, and plant-based organizations are working to try to better understand…
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