This research is essential and exciting to ingredient companies, plant-based meat manufacturers, and anyone who wants to eat better pea-based products.
From major restaurants to major retailers, food industry leaders are answering the call from consumers to provide more and more plant-based options. Here's what's driving the plant-based meat market.
With plant-based meat sweeping the 2019 trend forecasts and clean meat racing closer to commercialization every day, this is the opportune moment to ensure you're well-versed in the science, technology, policy, and innovation behind planet-friendly proteins.
Farm Transformers' Janabai Owens and Animal to Plant-Based Protein Exchange's Jennifer Betit Yen tell us about why making the switch from animal to plant protein is such an excellent opportunity for farmers.
GFI Director of Science and Technology David Welch took to the stage at The Good Food Conference 2018 to explain why plant-based meat is a big part of the solution to sustainably feeding 10 billion people by 2050 and why we've only scratched the surface of plant-based meat innovation.
The way we currently produce meat causes more climate change than the emissions from every single plane, train, and automobile. And yet changing meat production is too infrequently mentioned in discussions of how to mitigate climate change.
GFI Executive Director Bruce Friedrich breaks down why governments and research institutions should be as excited about plant-based and clean meat as venture capitalists and the private sector are. Maybe even more excited.
GFI Managing Director of India Varun Deshpande illustrates why India is such a critical market for plant-based and clean meat innovation and what the biggest challenges and opportunities are.