Research can propel alternative protein innovation and accelerate the shift to a more sustainable food system. Mapping the funding landscape can reveal critical opportunities to bolster innovation.
The world's most in-depth, cross-sector gathering focused on the power and potential of alternative proteins to fundamentally change food and agriculture. The Good Food Conference will be held online from September 22-24, 2021.
Techno Economic Assessment models (TEA’s or TEM’s) are one of the first elements of a business plan for any alternative protein venture. In this talk, Next Rung Technology’s John Ellersick will present on using TEAs in the commercialization of alternative proteins.
The Wall Street Journal’s Global Food Forum will tackle the critical issue of sustainability across the food industry and agricultural economy, covering topics from seed research and farming practices to packaging and the food we eat.
GFI submitted a comment to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommending that the agency invest in open-access alternative protein research to help achieve resilient, durable, and efficient agricultural supply chains and mitigate the risk of future disruptions.
This webinar from the Good Food Institute and Haynes and Boone, LLP, will provide an overview of how to strategically build out intellectual property protection (e.g., patents, trade secrets, etc.) for innovation in this space.