Alberta: The place to build your business in plant-based ingredients and foods!
Alberta is a significant producer of pulse crops including canola, peas, beans and other varieties. The geographic location of Alberta is optimal for processing pulses, as water is abundantly available. Alberta is connected to the Rocky Mountains. This province has a great logistic infrastructure and it as the crossroads between the West and Central Canada and connects to the USA.
So, Alberta offers significant opportunities in pulse production, processing, and product development in addition to a business-friendly regulatory climate, a competitive tax environment, strong research and development capabilities, and an economy open to the world and innovators.
Who should attend: Business, Investment, Sustainability, Research, Nutrition Manager
|Dee Pannu – Director, Investment Attraction Section,
Agriculture & Forestry, Alberta Agriculture & Forestry (Canada)
The Alberta Government is a key partner in the 13th Plant-Based Foods Summit 2019 North America, June 3-5 2019 (Calgary, Canada) – Free access to Inventures in Calgary (June 6-7)
Fantastic Annual Plant-Based Foods Networking Summit
Target audience: Retail, Food Service, Food Brands, Ingredients, VC
> I: New Consumer Trends
> II: New Retail & Food Service Opportunities
> III: New Category & Brands Innovations
Participation: 45+ Speakers, 300+ Experts, 50+ Exhibitors | 25 hours of Networking
Keynotes from: Plant-Based Foods of Canada (CA), Restaurants Canada (CA), A&W (Canada), Copper Branch (Canada), Hain Celestial (CA), Daiya Foods (Canada), Beyond Meat (Canada), Quorn Foods (USA), Schouten Europe (Netherlands), Gold & Green Foods (Finland), Field Agent Canada (Canada), Protein Industries Canada (Canada), NAIT Centre for Culinary Innovation (Canada), Food Processing Developments Centre Alberta (Canada), Brain Bar (Canada), Enterra Feed (Canada), DJM Food Processing (The Netherlands), Pulse Canada (Canada), Avrio Capital (Canada), Datassentials (USA)
Partners: Restaurants Canada, Plant-Based Foods of Canada, Protein Industries Canada, Alberta Government, PPAA
Quality: Insights 8.4 | Networking 8.4 | Bridge2Food 8.8 (2018 evaluation)
Net Promotor Score: 85 (85% of delegates recommends Bridge2Food Summits to peers)
Brochure: Click here to download the brochure
Joining this Summit will also allow you to have face to face meetings with the key Alberta Government leaders, like Dee Pannu, June 3 afternoon during a special investors session in Calgary.