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.
Join GFI for a webinar covering the momentum of the alternative seafood industry. Learn about innovation opportunities in this urgent and evolving alternative protein category, and join an optional networking session on Meetaway following the webinar.
Join Dr. Mario Martinez, Assistant Professor at Aarhus University, to learn about his GFI-funded research structuring plant-based whole muscle cuts using microstructure engineering and chemistry to give plant proteins the fibrous qualities of muscle tissue.
Join Dr. Reza Ovissipour, Assistant Professor in Cellular Agriculture in the Department of Food Science and Technology at Virginia Tech, to learn about his work in optimizing media for the production of cultivated seafood.
Learn the fundamentals of selling your product into a retail channel, from communicating about your product to preparing for your first category review. You'll walk away equipped with the information you need to engage with retailers confidently and effectively.
Interested in a quantitative approach to prioritizing seafood species archetypes for alternative seafood development? Learn how to use the ArcheType Library for Alternative Seafood (ATLAS) to compare seafood species across a number of metrics.
Tune in for a live conversation with Uma Valeti and Meat the Future Director Liz Marshall. Joining them will be Po Bronson, Managing Director of SOSV’s IndieBio, the startup program where Upside Foods produced the first-ever cultured meatball in 2016.
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