Protein Vision first speakers announced: Hear from Nestlé, Oatly, Redefine Meat and more

By Flora Southey

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Join us 21-22 June for Protein Vision 2023: a deep dive into alternative meat and dairy innovation. GettyImages/Yuji Sakai
Join us 21-22 June for Protein Vision 2023: a deep dive into alternative meat and dairy innovation. GettyImages/Yuji Sakai

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What’s the latest in alternative meat and dairy innovation? Join our expert speakers – including Nestlé, Oatly, Redefine Meat, Those Vegan Cowboys and more – at Protein Vision 2023 to find out.

Protein Vision ​is a two-day interactive broadcast series brought to you by the editorial team behind FoodNavigator.

Over four sessions live-streamed on 21-22 June​, we will profile the technology, ingredients and culinary science powering the next generation of meat- and dairy-free innovation.

Our journalists will be asking how the sector can maintain momentum and truly take a bite out of conventional meat and dairy sales.

Register for free​to hear from our expert speakers, which include:

  • Marjolijn Niggebrugge​, business head plant-based meal solutions, Europe, Nestlé
  • Bryan Carroll​, general manager, UK&I, Oatly
  • Edwin Bark​, senior vice president and general manager, EMEA, Redefine Meat
  • Will van den Tweel​, project director, Those Vegan Cowboys
  • Floor Buitelaar​, managing partner and co-founder, Bright Green Partners
  • Christopher McClure​, CEO and co-founder, Loki Foods
  • Brad Vanstone​, co-founder, Willicroft

Meat Alternatives: 21 June

11:00-12:30pm CET

Dissection plant-based meat: What’s working, and what’s not?

Plant-based has boomed in recent years, with flexitarians keen to try vegan alternatives of their meaty favourites. But signs that category growth is wavering suggests repeat purchases are not assured. How can plant-based meat makers reverse this trend and win over consumers for good?

Speakers include representatives from Nestlé, IFF, Loki Foods, DSM, and The Compleat Food Group.

15:00-16:30 CET

What’s next for the meat alternatives category?

Innovation has paved the way for alt meat makers looking to mimic the real thing. And there is more to come. Which innovative technologies and ingredients promise to mimic the taste, texture, and cooking behaviour of conventional meat?

Speakers include representatives from Redefine Meat, ADM, Millow, DTU Biosustain, The Dutch Weed Burger

Dairy Alternatives: 22 June

11:00-12:30 CET

Innovative NPD making a splash in alt dairy

With the global dairy alternatives market projected to reach over $61bn by 2029, what started as a niche offering is now commonplace in household fridges. Innovators are leaning into new product formats and category expansion to continue to grow alt-dairy, so what’s making a splash amongst consumers?

Speakers include representatives from Oatly, Willicroft, Mighty Drinks, Stockeld Dreamery

15:00-16:30 CET

What’s next for animal-free dairy?

Alt dairy brands want to achieve the experience of dairy, without the cow. Increasingly, tech pioneers are turning to next-gen solutions to achieve the creamy and indulgent profile consumers want. In this session, FoodNavigator will examine the R&D-fuelled innovation shaping the future of animal-free dairy.

Speakers include representatives from Bright Green Partners, BUNGE, Those Vegan Cowboys, FAERM

The Protein Vision broadcast series is FREE to attend but pre-registration is required. The full programme is available here​, and speaker information here​.

Don’t miss out on informative presentations, engaging panel discussions, live interaction and on-demand content: REGISTER TODAY​.

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