Protein production is shifting. Conventional and alternative protein manufacturers are confronted with numerous challenges to tackle scalability and technological requirements. Leading experts allow insights into their transformation strategy going from “meat to protein production”.
April 6th 2022: From Meat to Protein Production: Challenges and Chances – an Outlook
The way we view, produce, and consume proteins has shifted. While many established companies are in the middle of their transformation process, others plan to make the jump. We invite you to join our debate on the challenges and chances the transformation from meat to protein production holds. You can look forward to our discussion about how the industry as a whole can adapt, the roles new stakeholders could play, and ways conventional and alternative protein producers can learn from each other. Together with leading industry professionals, we will look at best practices and possible challenges to “Meat the Future” of an entire industry.
May 4th 2022: From Meat to Protein Production: Tools, Methods and Machinery
In our second edition of “Meat the Future”, we discuss the necessary tools, methods, and machinery both conventional and alternative protein producers are currently implementing along with innovative approaches for future problems. Besides digitization and automation, flexible work in manufacturing will also play a crucial part in the transformation process.
Together with leading professionals in science, technology, and manufacturing, we will look at common problems and possible solutions. Be part of a discussion about the most pressing issues of the protein industry.