The stakes could not be higher
At this moment in time, alt protein innovation around the world is rewriting the future of food and agriculture, and the next six years are critical. A transition toward alternative ways of making meat, seafood, eggs, and dairy can enable us to stay below 1.5°C of warming, protect human health and well-being, increase global food security, and enable nature and biodiversity to recover and thrive. On the path to 2030, we share an opportunity and obligation to make every year—and every gathering—count.
“GFC. It’s like a shot of adrenaline straight into the heart of the industry.”
– past attendee
Join us in San Francisco as we triple down on science, spur policy action and solutions, and propel next-level public and private investments. Real-world data and analyses from GFI, researchers, companies, and other organizations will be shared for the benefit of all. In-depth sessions will dig deep into advances in cultivated meat production, precision fermentation, and plant-based foods, uplifting innovative approaches to current and future challenges across the alt protein field. Interactive workshops, roundtables, networking, and delicious dining experiences will bring people together in the spirit of community and shared values. We honestly can’t wait.
Together, we can build the scientific, policy, and market ecosystem needed for a global protein transition, tackle the biggest alternative protein challenges and opportunities on near-horizon, and diversify and catalyze the entire field.
Program planning is underway and registration is now live on our conference website. Come ready to roll up your sleeves, collaborate, connect, learn, get inspired, and fundamentally change the future of food. We can solve this together.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you at #GFC2023!
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The Good Food Conference returns September 18-20 at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. Visit the Good Food Conference website to learn more and register today!