The FAIRR Initiative is delighted to be taking part in this year’s Sustainable Foods conference where it will contribute to high-level discussions on food technology, innovation and sustainability.
Our Senior Engagements Manager, Jo Raven, will join other notable speakers on Friday, 20 November, to discuss the trends and opportunities in the Alternative Protein market. This session will cover topics such as:
- Plant-based meats: trend, or disruptive shift in consumption habits?
- How can cell and plant-based meats bring about sustainable change?
- Rethinking global demand: providing poor and ageing populations with alternative proteins.
- Diversification efforts of supermarkets, retailers and large food companies.
- Mainstreaming insects and lab meat to less open-minded consumers.
Our Research Manager, Faazi Adam, will also be participating in the Sustainable Seafood session on Friday, 20 November, where panellists will talk of matters such as:
- Achieving SDG 14: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Fish and Seafood.
- Harnessing the potential of fisheries and aquaculture.
- Cell-based seafood: can this address the challenges facing our oceans?
- How can we develop a more sustainable seafood sector?
- Technological advances to preserve ocean health and mitigate climate change.
To learn more and register for this event, please visit the Sustainable Foods Conference’s website.