This year’s Good Food Conference Founding Sponsors include an eclectic group of companies invested in the growth of alternative proteins. Read on to learn more about their work and predictions for the industry in 2022.
Kroger is launching several new products in its Simple Truth Plant Based line, signaling a broader trend of alternative protein expansion in retail.
The World Sustainability Organization, in partnership with GFI's Sustainable Seafood Initiative, announced it will begin certifying plant-based seafood products under their Friend of the Sea certification program.
U.S. sales data shows that plant-based meat sales have remained strong amid Covid-19, outperforming both its prior-year growth as well as animal-based meat's growth rates.
To feed a growing global population safe and nutritious seafood for generations to come, we need to think outside of the box. BlueNalu's partnership with legacy seafood industry player Nutreco demonstrates how we can quickly and sustainably advance the plant-based and cultivated seafood industries.
This new capital will allow UPSIDE Foods to fully fund its R&D plan, construct a pilot industrial-scale production facility, and prepare to bring cultivated meat to market.
Latin America has an important role to play in transforming the global food system. That's why GFI Brazil is partnering with FoodTech Hub Brazil, the first food tech hub in Latin America, to support the alternative protein market throughout the region.
In a huge milestone for the cultivated seafood industry, BlueNalu has successfully produced whole-muscle portions of yellowtail fish fillet derived directly from fish cells.