Virtual
16th Plant-Based Foods & Proteins Summit
Europe 2020

13-14 October 2020, starts at 9:00 am CEST

Unique Virtual Live Video Networking Summit!

20 Hrs Thought Leading Speakers & Panels
20 Hrs Networking Breaks with Business Meetings & Live Chats

€499 only

Register by 31 August and save €300

Insights

Sustainability of the Pulse Value Chain as a Major Future Agri-Food Industry Challenge

Denis Trémorin, Director Sustainability at Pulse Canada will be presenting the talk “Life Cycle Analysis & Sustainability of Pulses” at Track III: New Ingredients and Processing Technologies during the ... more >

Grain Millers’ Growth In Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan, centrally located in Western Canada, consistently produces high-quality, safe agricultural products – perfect ingredients for a variety of traditional foods such as cereals, and…
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The Future of Plant Protein Processing. Frank Hrach (ST Equipment & technology) shares his views

Frank Hrach, Engineering Manager at ST Equipment & Technology USA will be presenting the talk “Protein Enhancement by Water-free Electrostatic Processing” at Track III: New…
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Accelerating Innovation of the Canadian Plant Protein Sector

Great to work again with Protein Industries Canada after hosting the successful 12th Plant-Protein Ingredients Summit in Saskatoon last year that gathered more than 300…
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Moving the Plant Protein Needle

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe highlighted in 2019 the opportunities for provincial collaboration & investment in the pulse industry.  How has the industry developed? The Province of Saskatchewan is…
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Why invest in Saskatchewan?

Saskatchewan, centrally located in Western Canada, has all the components that food processing and ingredient manufacturing companies need to be successful. We are leaders in…
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How to Produce High-Quality Proteins with Optimum Functionality

In the past, consumers accepted a bland taste and a long list of ingredients in their plant-based products. Today their expectations are much higher; many…
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