As the first-ever alternative proteins conference for Australia and New Zealand, AltProteins 22 will bring together industry pioneers, agri-food and policy experts, and leading researchers to explore transformative ideas, insights, and developments in the space while unlocking critical questions to inform the trajectory of alternative proteins down under.
As the leading educator and facilitator in our region’s alternative proteins ecosystem – and the founder of AltProteins 22 – Food Frontier invites you to join us for this exciting inaugural event.
Don’t miss out on a full day of alternative proteins programming and the many opportunities for networking.
Dean Powell, Ph.D.
SCITECH SPECIALIST, GFI APAC
Dean Powell will moderate the panel, “Meet the industry: cultivated meat and precision fermentation.”
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