The future of food will not look like the past. We will have to shift paradigms and develop and scale new technologies—like plant-based, fermentation-based, and cultivated meat—to feed a growing population and establish a more sustainable, healthier, and more secure food supply chain.
GFI cultivated meat lead scientist Elliot Swartz will speak on the panel, “Alternative proteins—are we there yet?,” at the 19th annual Guelph Food Safety Seminars Symposium.
LEAD SCIENTIST, CULTIVATED MEAT
Elliot Swartz analyzes scientific progress and bottlenecks in cultivated meat.
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The Science of Alt Protein: Sustainable carbon and nitrogen sources for fermentative production of alternative proteins
Join GFI for our next Science of Alt Protein seminar to delve into Dr. Ujor’s research, which has important implications for sustainable and cost-effective protein production via fermentation.
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Join GFI at Reuters Transform Food, a conference focused on improving the resiliency of global food and agriculture systems.
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