Consumers are seeking plant-based meat applications that have the health benefits of plant proteins, with the texture and functionality of traditional meat applications. Join this FoodNavigator webinar to learn more about emerging market trends, data-driven consumer insights, and innovative solutions for creating plant-based offerings that will delight consumers.
Tune in to the webinar to learn about formulating plant-based products that have:
- High performing texture
- Versatility in flavor and color
- Reduced fat and calories
- Reduced sodium
- Clean label claims (vegan and allergen-free, Halal and Kosher certified)
GFI corporate engagement research & analysis manager, Karen Formanski, will help answer questions on the current market, consumer preferences, and how to overcome formulation challenges in plant-based meat offerings.
CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS MANAGER
Karen Formanski develops data-driven insights to accelerate the alternative proteins industry. Her areas of expertise include research and analysis projects, consumer insights, and market trends.
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