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 and will aspire to the type of food choices currently available only in high‑income countries. This food will have to be produced sustainably in ways that contribute to reducing climate change, and that address other environmental challenges. At the... more >

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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Nutraceuticals Now magazine on Protein, from source to digestibility

Latest issue of Nutraceuticals Now magazine features an interesting article on Protein, from Source to digestibility.. an important trump card for healthy ageing. Amid global…
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Innovation Celebrated as Protein Award Winners Announced

Innovations in the protein industry were rewarded as the winners of Bridge2Food’s first Protein Awards were announced at 9th Protein Summit (19-21 September, Lille). Best…
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Dutch-German cooperative of farmers extract everything from starch potatoes

Endless possibilities based on starch potatoes “Avebe is a Dutch-German cooperative of starch potato farmers which is nearly a hundred years old and still bursting…
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New plant protein foods group on linkedin

A new LinkedIn group with a focus on Plant Based Foods was created last week by Bridge2Food. The groups anticipates the growing industry interest on…
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A future for yeast protein?

Don McLellan has extensive experience of creating novel ingredients for human consumption. Now, as MD of Alternative Fuels Corporation, he holds the patent for a…
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